I like Senator Kent Conrad. He's got really big novelty charts. Like this one here that shows the $1 trillion in debt the first 42 presidents, collectively, accumulated. Then there's Bush, and the 2 or 3 trillion dollars in debt that he's racked up in just five years. That's debt America owes to foreign countries like China, Japan, South Korea...
Conrad said that Democrats are called "tax and spend" politicians, but Republicans are "borrow and spend." He must have said, "borrow and spend, spend and borrow," at least five times.
Conrad also pointed out that our deficit will grow every year under the Republicans' "Deficit Reduction Plan," using more giant novelty charts of course.
The sith asks a good question: How much do all those charts cost? They should switch to PowerPoint and that would cut a hundred thousand off the budget right there.
He gets a "frequent novelty charter" discount, I think. You get the card punched every time you use it, and then after sixty punches you get a free one.