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  • Wouldn’t a senator have a plate from his home state? I think that’s DC shadow senator Paul Strauss.

    What really mystifies me is the trailer hitch.

    • Yes, that’s Paul Strauss. He cleans the synagogue so that’s probably why you always see his whip parked there.

      • “Yes, that’s Paul Strauss. He cleans the synagogue *and is a lazy jerk* so that’s probably why you always see his whip parked there.”
        .
        Fixed that for you.

    • I’ve worked in the Senate for a decade and have never seen Paul Strauss. That seems a little odd. Apparently he is really taking the “shadow” title seriously.

      • His primary function is knowing what evil lurks in the hearts of men. You don’t really have to be present for that.

  • Offended ? you must be new here. Rules for common citizens dont apply to senators and DC councilmembers

  • Super annoying – especially because a) its a thoroughfare, b) the synagogue has a parking lot, and c) its just rude.

  • Thanks for the info. I’m heading to Judiciary Square to vote at lunch time today. I’ll be sure to skip the category for “Shadow Senator” now.

  • Wow, he’s parked there so often that when you go to the Google Street View of that block his car is exactly where it is in the photo above!

    • I thought this was a joke, but then I went and looked on Google Maps and you are absolutely right – the car is there!

  • Just lost my vote! (How do I have a Senator that I’ve never even heard of?)

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