Sunday, April 1, 2012

Day #537 Bees Invade Congress

In a surprise move, a group of politically active honeybees invaded the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives early this morning. They installed Queen Bees in the positions of leadership, knowing full well that the queen bees haven’t much to do with how the hive is ordered. 
Drones rearranged the furniture and seated all the workers alphabetically (Worker A, Worker B, Worker C, and so on), rather than the outdated two-party system (I’m on this side of the aisle and you can’t make me see your point of view because you’re on the other side). 
After only a few hours in control, bees have banned pesticides and herbicides, made high-fructose corn syrup illegal, and arranged for free honeycomb samples for schools across the nation.
“We work together,” the Queen Bee of the Senate told a large gathering of media this morning. “Now, please excuse me, I have to get back to work.”
Stay tuned for regular updates on the new State of BEEunion.
BEEattitude for Day #537:
       Blessed are those who eat honey, for they shall be bright-eyed.
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