In a series of tweets this morning, Sen. Rand Paul celebrated Festivus by airing his grievances against Washington.

First up: "In Washington, 'bipartisan deal' is a synonym for 'increasing our debt'." Then: "Let's move on to the Senate. If you want more bipartisan cooperation, talk more not less."

The Kentucky Republican even got freshman New Jersey Democrat Cory Booker involved:

To which Booker replied:

Read it all.

Note: For those of you who've never watched "Seinfeld," Festivus is meant to be a secular alternative to the pressures and commercialization of Christmas. It's celebrated on Dec. 23.