Some members of Congress want to rename their recesses "district work periods."
Congress has a lot of unusual names for things, such as calling its inability to reach a budget the "sequester."
It comes from the Latin word "sequestrare," which means to remove or separate -- e.g., Congress is sequestered from reality.
Ego makes them entitled to a job with great pay and benefits, even though they don't do the job the American worker expects of them.
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They should have the morals to follow the lead of Pope Benedict XVI, who abdicated because he felt he could no longer do the job.
Let's sequester Congress.