Sen. Rand Paul celebrates Festivus by airing grievances on Twitter

Paul disses Congress, the Senate's cafeteria food and parking in D.C.
By Evan Bleier  |  Dec. 23, 2013 at 10:54 AM
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He might not be putting up a pole or participating in feats of strength, but Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky did get into the Festivus spirit by airing his grievances with Congress, parking in D.C. and a number of other topics during a pre-meditated Twitter rant on Monday.

Festivus is a fictional secular holiday that gained popularity after it was featured on Seinfeld.

Dec. 23 is the official date for the holiday.

Here he goes:

Then Paul aired a grievance with Democratic N.J. Sen. Cory Booker.

And Booker was quick to respond:

For more grievances, stay tuned on Twitter.

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