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The 10 Best Government Shutdown Memes of All Time

In just a few days, Congress will have to reach an agreement on a new spending measure to ensure the government stays open.

You see, the current funding agreement for the federal government will expire on April 28 – and right now there is no replacement in progress.

To make matters worse, the deeply divided Congress only has one week to have a plan in action.

And we all know how fast Congress moves…

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The imminent government shutdown is not getting nearly the amount of serious attention it deserves. It is, however, garnering loads of humorous attention on the Internet.

In fact, there are literally hundreds of hilarious government shutdown memes floating around right now. Fortunately, we've taken all of the guesswork out of which government shutdown memes are the best of all time. Enjoy!

10 Best Government Shutdown Memes of All Time

No. 10: If Only…

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No. 9: Kids Say the Darndest Things

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No. 8: Only in a Perfect World

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No. 7: Quick! There's No Line at the Pentagon!

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No. 6: Please Pardon This Interruption

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No. 5: Willy Wonka Gets Snarky

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No. 4: How Was Your First Day?

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No. 3: Yeah, That Might Work!

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No. 2: Not So Fast, Your Highness

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No. 1: Well… This Is Awkward

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An $80 Billion Cover-Up? Under the watchful eye of Congress, the government will soon be implementing a controversial plan that threatens the retirement of millions of Americans. And they're using an obscure loophole buried in Title 29 of the U.S. Labor Code to do it. If you have a 401(k), IRA, or any type of retirement account, this could cause you to miss out on $68,870 or more. Learn more…

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