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Welcome to the Congressional Retirement Home, where members never leave

Published in Blog on October 29, 2018 by William Collins

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Welcome to the most lavish and exclusive retirement home in the world. Our residents love it here so much they never want to leave once they join.

The Congressional Retirement Home is supported by billions of taxpayer dollars, so residents never need pay anything to live here.

Seventy-nine of our residents have been here for over 25 years  and several for over 35 years.   

Residents enjoy many perks, like:

  • Expense free first class travel to any place in the world,    
  • Access to slush funds,
  • Protection from law enforcement,
  • Free limousine services,
  • A generous pension, and
  • Over $174,000 a year.

Here are some of our happy residents:

Schumer McConnell Pelosi
Sen. Schumer, 32 years Sen. McConnell, 33 years Rep. Pelosi, 30 years
     
Bernie Sanders Murray Feinstein
Sen. Sanders, 28 years Sen. Murray, 25 years Sen. Feinstein, 25 years
     
Hatch Grassley
Sen. Hatch, 41 years Sen. Grassley, 37 years
   

Our Congressional Retirement Home is a full service facility with numerous activities. For example:

  • free world class concerts,
  • world class art,
  • world class gardens,
  • world class gym, 
  • voting privileges (optional of course),
  • free limousine rides,
  • printing and spending trillions of dollars, and 
  • exercising power.

We realize that our home is not for everyone, so we also established the Supreme Court Nursing Home. It is conveniently located right across the street.   

We know many would like to join Congress, but we can’t get anyone to leave.

If we had term limits, more people could participate. We need your help to make this happen. Click here to find out how you can help.

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