Santa Claus Publishes his “Most Un-Wanted Legislators” List for 2005, Blasting Certain Congress Members for Leaving Children Behind

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Santa Claus, a spokesman and advocate for children, identifies certain members of Congress who failed to vote for any federal legislation in 2005 that would have helped children.

Santa Claus has the requisite legal name and appearance one expects and has very harsh words for some in Congress who failed and abandoned children.

Santa realizes that his Naughty and Nice lists and lumps of coal are not as effective tools as they once were for prompting certain folks to support legislation for the health, safety, and welfare of children.

Although Santa applauds President G.W. Bush’s statement that, “There is no more important mission in life than to love and care for a child,” Santa emphasizes, “It is outrageous that almost a third of all Senators and more than a third of all Members of the House failed to vote in favor of even a single, solitary piece of legislation during 2005 that would have helped children in the United States. It’s appalling.”

A Christian priest and monk, as St. Nicholas was, Santa asks, “How can America justify spending more than three hundred billion dollars on a war abroad when there are homeless, starving, sick, impoverished, and abused children in the United States?”

Santa wonders why those on his list of the “Most Un-Wanted Legislators” of 2005, all of whom are Republicans, haven’t already joined the many Congress members, Republicans, Democrats, and Independents, who actively support children’s legislation.

During the upcoming elections, Santa will encourage voters to support legislators who support children’s legislation and to reject those who do not.

Santa’s list of “The Most Un-Wanted Legislators” --


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