Regarding Kathleen Parker’s column on the relaxed dress code in the U.S. Senate, wow, what an important issue. Back before our time, naked motherless males and females slithered out from under things like cabbage leaves, not even able to think or express thought, emotion, or concern for the human lumps drooling next to them. While many of us continue through life in that state, we can only be thankful that some freak happening allowed for the creation of haberdashers and milliners.
On the downside, it also caused too many to think that fancy duds means brain-power.
After reading Parker’s thought that spiffy-dressers make smarter people, I had to wonder if she even hears the spew coming forth from so many politicians, regardless of how they’re dressed. Perhaps they sit there admiring their duds, forgetting why they were elected.
Consider this thought put forth by someone smarter than Kathleen and myself: “If you want to get a problem solved, you remove the clothing from all involved, then place them in a very cold warehouse with no place to sit, and they’ll find the a solution in no time at all.”
It’s time to turn down those Capitol thermostats, ain’t it?