Last week, I bought generic Hamburger Helper to make dinner for baby Wyatt and me.
Hamburger Helper is a food-like product than normally costs around a dollar and a half, but I saved nearly fifty cents by denying the siren song of that creepy severed Mickey Mouse hand mascot. And while the generic version couldn't quite match the lofty prison-cafeteria standards of the real thing, tough economic times dictated I make the sacrifice.
Keep that sacrifice in mind as you watch this three-minute video from the Cato Institute blog:
Here's hoping that many more Congresscritters book trans-Alaskan flights, and soon.