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December 16, 2012

Voters furious with Congress they reelected 90 percent of

The nation's voters announced today that they are furious with the Congress they overwhelmingly reelected last month. As lawmakers continue to negotiate over taxes and spending to avert the looming "fiscal cliff," voters said they are just completely fed up with the nine out of 10 U.S. Representatives and Senators they rehired. "I don't understand it," said a livid Jennifer Cawley. "I keep voting for the same people every election, but then they keep behaving exactly the same way. It just doesn't make any sense to me." An Oct. 15-16 Gallup poll found Congress with just a 21 percent approval rating, making it the least popular American institution to be rehired since Chevy Chase. "It's pathetic," said Dustin Shapiro. "Nobody is doing their job. If they don't stop this, I'm going to be forced to vote for them again."

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