All Delawareans know the most important function of government is the minting of commemorative coins. It is so
important that Mike Castle has devoted his career to the minting of commemorative coins
Most people intuitively know that minting commemorative coins is the most important function of government, but they don't know why. The reason that the minting of commemorative coins is so important is that the commemorative coins help remind us to be thankful for the pocket change
that trickles down to the middle class under republican economic policies.
When we see commemorative coins we are thankful that tax cuts are helping grown Paris Hilton's checking account in Grand Cayman, and thankful that when our jobs are sent to Mexico and China we can go to children’s state quarter collections to get a gallon of milk. NOTE: If you click through the link above to the WNJ story please be aware of a correction to the photo caption that the editors assure me will be printed tomorrow.
The caption currently reads: Ben Franklin, portrayed by Ralph Archbold, chats with U.S. Rep. Mike Castle, R-Del., at the U.S. mint in Philadelphia on Monday.
The corrected caption will read: Ben Franklin, portrayed by Ralph Archbold, chats with a moderate republican member of congress, portrayed by Mike Castle, at the U.S. mint in Philadelphia on Monday.