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Presidential Briefcase - The author imagines that the President of the United States carries this object around and could use it to launch a nuclear assault.

House of Representatives - This is one of the two houses of Congress in which the author visits during an off-session and is appalled by the mediocrity of the proceedings.

Supreme Court Building - This location is the office of the Judicial branch.

Audi 5000 - This vehicle is at the center of the unintentional acceleration incident scandal.

The White House - This location is the office of the executive branch, where the president lives.

Washington, DC - This location is the capital of the United States, and is where much of the author's narrative is located.

American Flag - This object is central to the flag-burning controversy.

The Budget - The author says that this object is so thick and so...

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