Activist Plans to Show Congress the Bunny
Posted at 1:33 p.m. on Oct. 18
Thank god the ridiculousness of the ill-fated government shutdown is finally behind us, so that Congress can get back to business as usual.
(Warren Rojas/CQ Roll Call)
Like the “sunny bunny” dance party scheduled to take place Monday morning.
PurgeDay.org promoter Patricia Taylor can’t take the negativity constantly being spewed by lawmakers. So she’s dispatching her mascot, the “Positive Bunny” — whom we last encountered over by the White House — to strut his stuff outside the Capitol from 10 a.m to noon on Oct. 21.
“He’ll be doing the ‘sunny bunny’ dance. America needs to get its sunny disposition back!” she told HOH of her plan to lighten things up.
Taylor’s proposed annual venting holiday is pretty much straight from Frank Costanza’s Festivus playbook:
The difference being, she’d like to bring lawmakers into the fold.
“The whole concept of being open and positive … it would change Congress to ‘bring the bunny to the table,’” Taylor said of her vision.