Mark Twain’s Quotes About Congress

Suppose you were an idiot, and suppose you were a member of Congress; but I repeat myself.

I have told you that I do not regard myself as a member of Congress, but as an humble representative of my constituents.

It could probably be shown by facts and figures that there is no distinctly native American criminal class except Congress.

In the first place, God made idiots. That was for practice. Then he made Congress.

I have found Congress a very good place to file my letters in, but not much else.

To my mind, Congress is the biggest joke in the world. They spend our money, make laws, and then break those same laws with no consequences.

Congress is like a circus. They perform amazing tricks, but rarely do they do anything of substance.

It is better to be alone than in the company of Congress.

Congress is a collection of individuals who are more interested in appeasing their own egos than in serving the needs of the American people.

If you want to see true incompetence, just watch Congress in action.

Congress is like a merry-go-round. It goes in circles, but never actually gets anywhere.

The only thing Congress excels at is wasting taxpayer money.

Congress is the art of doing nothing and calling it something.

Congress is the ultimate exercise in futility.

Congress is made up of too many people who are more interested in getting re-elected than in doing what is right for the country.

Congress is like a ship without a captain, drifting aimlessly in a sea of incompetence.

I would rather trust a snake than a member of Congress.

Congress is a group of people who couldn’t find their way out of a paper bag with a compass and a map.

Congress is like a black hole, sucking up all the taxpayer dollars and giving nothing in return.

Congress is the epitome of inefficiency and bureaucracy.

If Congress were a person, it would be diagnosed with terminal laziness.

Congress is a master of talking in circles and saying nothing.

There is no limit to the amount of foolishness that can occur in Congress.

Congress is a breeding ground for corruption and greed.

Congress is a puzzle with missing pieces, and the end result is always a mess.

Congress is a graveyard of good ideas.

Congress is a circus, and the clowns are running the show.

Congress is a place where common sense goes to die.

Congress is a never-ending source of disappointment and frustration.

Congress is an expensive game of charades.

Congress is a bottomless pit of bureaucracy and red tape.

Congress is a maze of convoluted rules and regulations.

Congress is a breeding ground for egos and self-interest.

Congress is a house of cards, ready to collapse at any moment.

Congress is a broken record, playing the same tune over and over again.

Congress is a cesspool of corruption and deceit.

Congress is a dysfunctional family, with members constantly at odds with each other.

Congress is a perpetual motion machine, always moving but never getting anywhere.

Congress is a case study in how not to govern.

Congress is like a ship without a rudder, drifting aimlessly in a sea of incompetence.

Congress is a breeding ground for incompetence.

Congress is a pit of vipers, ready to bite the hand that feeds it.

Congress is a circus act, with members performing tricks for their own entertainment.

Congress is a game of chess, with each move calculated to benefit the player, not the country.

Congress is a never-ending source of disappointment and disillusionment.

Congress is a revolving door of politicians, with no real change ever occurring.

Congress is a broken machine, churning out laws that benefit the few at the expense of the many.

Congress is a maze of bureaucracy, with no way out and no end in sight.

Congress is a den of thieves, with members constantly looking for ways to line their own pockets.

Congress is a sinking ship, with members frantically rearranging the deck chairs instead of finding a solution.

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