In an earlier post I mentioned clowns working in the White House. Now please understand not everyone that works in the White House is a clown. They only occupy the high level positions. Everyone else looks like you and me and while I’m sure many are very dedicated and loyal workers, that’s not to say there aren’t a few undercover clowns floating around just to keep everyone on their toes. This is the first time the circus has settled in Washington DC in our history and they’ve done an incredible job. Just incredible.
Think about what it must be like to work there. I used to work for a guy that had a double identity. You never knew if Good John or Bad John would show up in the morning. At the White House I think it’s fair to say that Really Bad Agent Orange is the guy that shows up every day and after a while he starts looking more like the clown in Stephen King’s movie “IT”.
The atmosphere must be so tense that you could cut the air with a Gingsu knife. Total chaos everywhere, people running around the halls throwing papers in the air and yelling at each other. Workers sitting on the floor in the halls blankly staring into space contemplating what Really Bad Agent Orange will do next. There has to be a fear factor going on and I wonder how often people feel like Jeff Goldblum in the back of the jeep trying to get away from a T-Rex. Noooo pressure whatsoever. Let’s say the pressure of working in the White House is a grain of sand. That would mean the pressure of working in the White House with Really Bad Agent Orange is the whole fucking beach with pockets of quicksand thrown in there just for fun.