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Feb
09

John Thune’s science fair project

When I was growing up, I always waited until the last minute to start my science fair project. The night before the fair was to begin, I’d sit up all night, doing my best to draw an acceptable rendition of the solar system, or how water evaporates from the ocean, forms clouds, and causes rain — you know, sort of a circle of life thing.

Of course, my poster would end up on a table next to a kid who had an Einstein-like brain. His project would typically be a tall glass cylinder, with a scale model house, car, farm with cattle, etc. He’d hit a switch, and boom! His miniature house would get wiped out by a little tornado. 

That’s why I felt a bit of satisfaction when I saw this video clip of Sen. John Thune. 

I don’t know why he wasted the Senate’s time with stuff. Maybe the posters are left over from his science fair at Murdo.

Since he’s so worried about the fiscal condition of our country, it would be nice if he introduced this on the Senate floor:

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