Today is “Festivus,” the fake holiday made popular by “Seinfeld” in a classic 1997 episode.
To commemorate the occasion, Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) announced this morning on Twitter that he would be “airing his grievances” — one of the rituals of the holiday in which people declare all of the problems they have with the world.
Paul has a lot of grievances:
A lot of them are about the Fed:
He thinks too many people wear ties on TV, but he can’t stay away from the Fed for long:
Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.) got in on the act when Paul called him out:
The “feats of strength” is another Festivus tradition that involves wrestling the head of the household until he is pinned. But then it got a little awkward:
Paul has more grievances, including the fact that his father, Ron, auctioned off his 1979 Chevrolet Chevette:
And he has a big problem with people who don’t think his hair is real — which, of course, it is. Oh, and he is not fond of the NSA, either:
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