It's Festivus, "the holiday for the rest of us" popularized by "Seinfeld." Observers of the fake holiday celebrate with an aluminum pole instead of a tree; instead of sending good cheer, they partake in feats of strength (wrestling) and the airing of grievances.
Naturally, many people are airing their grievances on Twitter — perhaps no one more than U.S. Sen. Rand Paul. The Kentucky Republican started early Monday and kept going throughout the day.
So let's see what Paul and others have to complain about this Festivus.
What are your Festivus grievances? Let me know on Twitter: @lauraelizdavis
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