Baucus Gets Hammered on Senate Floor

by | Dec 28, 2009 | Headline News | 4 comments

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    In the spirit of Bacchus*, the Roman god of wine and intoxication, Senator Max Baucus, of Montana, had a few too many before debating the all important issue of health care on the Senate floor.

    *Bacchus is the Roman name for the Greek god Dionysus.

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      4 Comments

      1. Greg

        Oh, good Lord! I’m surprised that he can stand. Usually they are addressing an empty room–it’s all just for TV. Such ineptitude. To complete the scene they need someone off to the side playing a violin.

      2. admin

        Well, that speech certainly made for good TV. I should have thought of the violin thing and done my own video!

      3. Paul

        It is a shame  that a Senator would be on the floor representing his ,or her constituency, in such a state. Looking past this man’s condition, I think we should consider what it means when a person of this “caliber” is so obviously upset with the state of things. His drunkeness is a direct reflection of the state of our country . If WE knew what he does we might all be more inclined to excessive drinking. Our “leaders” are ALL out of touch, sober or not!  

      4. anon

        Comments…..I am sure he just miss measured his cold medication

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