Politicians n' Christmas
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Tim Scott has to fill Jim DeMint's crazy shoes, but that shouldn't get in the way of holiday cheer.
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Rudy Giuliani figured the best way to win the 2008 GOP nomination was to taunt children with presents.
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President Obama knows it's not Christmas until he has a photo-op with children dressed as elves.
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You thought we were kidding?
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Nancy Pelosi always finds that Christmas makes losing control of the House of Representatives feel a little merrier.
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This was just a few moments before Biden knocked Santa out for getting handsy.
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Bill Clinton searched for the perfect card that says "Merry Christmas! Hey honey, I'm sorry."
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If buying The Sims for Christmas doesn't fix the economy, he's out of ideas.
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John Boehner didn't remember including Christmas lights in the budget.
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This picture was taken seconds before Bill realized it was edible.
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Hey, thanks for the empty prop box, Harry Reid. Really, you shouldn't have.
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In December 1995, Newt Gingrich vowed to keep Congress in session through Christmas, confirming our long-standing suspicion that Newt Gingrich is kind of a dick.
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