Yes, you are wanted.
(Courtesy of www.careersearchtoday.com)
There is now a haven for members of the populace incapable of thinking for themselves!
If you spent your time in school resorting to cheating off a seatmate's paper, poring over term papers a decade ago to pass off as your own "research", mumbling your way through during recitation and when asked to enunciate better, end up saying "what she said", you may just be what Congress is looking for!
A place where copying is not only seen as "not illegal", it is encouraged and even defended!
This is especially victorious "bragging rights" news to those of you who were shamed, ridiculed, pinagsabihan ng titser, or even expelled by your teachers for deigning to take someone else's work and passing it off as your own, in order to pass a subject or course!
Nek nek niyo, mali kayong lahat!
As we all should be aware of by now, our lawmakers actually celebrate copying!
Remember, our own Senate President has stated that legislators have immunity and "cannot be questioned".
Happy day for all job seekers! If you have the qualifications, do send in your resume, show up at Congress, and chances are, you will leave with a job in the bag! It's your chance to give the _________ finger at all those goody-two shoes who made your life unbearable, berating you with concepts like "dishonesty" and "taking credit", as well as trying to impose funny sounding phrases like "unquestionable integrity" or "taking pride in your own words and work".
They can all suck it.