The left has been scheming on ways to use the 25th Amendment to the United States Constitution to remove President Trump from office. Maybe we should have a similar amendment for Congress:
Mike Kim, the reserved pharmacist-turned-owner of the pharmacy, said he has gotten used to knowing the most sensitive details about some of the most famous people in Washington.
“At first it’s cool, and then you realize, I’m filling some drugs that are for some pretty serious health problems as well. And these are the people that are running the country,” Kim said, listing treatments for conditions like diabetes and Alzheimer’s.
“It makes you kind of sit back and say, ‘Wow, they’re making the highest laws of the land and they might not even remember what happened yesterday.’”
You know what sounds like a good idea? Let us share the most intimate details of the government with billion-year-old people and expect them to make decisions based on that information while they are afflicted with Alzheimer’s and dementia.
The current Congress is among the oldest in history, and more than half of the senators running for reelection in 2018 will be over 65.
The average age in the House of Representatives is 57, and the average age in the Senate is 61. And people wonder why the Senate Republicans never learn anything, they are too old and demented to function as a second party.
If you are wondering why people like Charles Grassley are cowering in fear over the Kavanaugh nomination, I submit that this might be why.