Q What is the most embarrassing job youve ever had


Rep. Jim MoranJames (Jim) Patrick MoranLawmakers, media serve up laughs at annual 'Will on the Hill' Dems face close polls in must-win Virginia Billionaire Trump donor hires lobbyists to help vets MORE (D-Va.): “I was a paper boy for six years. There was one house where a young, attractive woman would always come to the door in a short negligee. It made me bright red. I’m sure she enjoyed it too. Then it was embarrassing. Now I’d enjoy it.”

Rep. Howard Coble (R-N.C.): “I was a helper on a garbage truck. It was hard, dirty work. I wasn’t even the driver — I was the helper. I was the guy who loaded and unloaded. It made me have an appreciation of sanitation workers.”

Rep. Sam JohnsonSamuel (Sam) Robert JohnsonMay brings key primaries across nation Loss of Ryan hits hard for House Republicans Watchdog: Social Security acting head hasn't been authorized to serve for months MORE (R-Texas): “Just out of high school, I climbed poles and strung wire for Western Union.”

Rep. Peter King (R-N.Y.): “I worked in the post office, seasonal work. I was never a reporter — that would be embarrassing.”

Sen. Patty MurrayPatricia (Patty) Lynn MurrayIBM-led coalition pushes senators for action on better tech skills training Members of Congress demand new federal gender pay audit Overnight Health Care — Sponsored by PCMA — Health chief grilled on Trump drug pricing plan, ObamaCare case MORE (D-Wash.): “I wouldn’t know.”

Rep. Doc HastingsRichard (Doc) Norman HastingsCongress just resolved a 20-year debate over Neolithic remains Boehner hires new press secretary GOP plots new course on Endangered Species Act reform MORE (R-Wash.): “I’m so old I can’t remember.”

Rep. Mike Simpson (R-Idaho): “I worked in a sauerkraut factory. I had to throw out my clothes every night because I stunk so bad.”

Sen. Frank Lautenberg (D-N.J.): “As a young man I loaded milk trucks, and that was an embarrassment because I had to get up at 3 o’clock in the morning instead of going to bed at 3 o’clock in the morning.”

Sen. Ben Nelson (D-Neb.): “I was a stock boy in a dime store, but I wasn’t very embarrassed about that. It was a sought-after job. I climbed poles for the public system. I worked as a gandy dancer on the railroad straightening rails in high school.”

Rep. Al GreenAlexander (Al) N. GreenTom Steyer compares movement to impeach Trump to civil rights movement Juan Williams: Midterms will be referendum on Trump Dem lawmaker: We will impeach Trump if we retake the House MORE (D-Texas): “I’ve never had an embarrassing job. All work is good work. The best job is always the one that you’re still looking for.”

Sen. Johnny IsaksonJohn (Johnny) Hardy IsaksonOvernight Finance: Senators introduce bill to curb Trump's tariff authority | McConnell calls it 'exercise in futility' | Kudlow warns WTO won't dictate policy | Mulvaney feud with consumer advocates deepens Senators introduce bill to curb Trump's tariff authority Trump VA pick boosts hopes for reform MORE (R-Ga.): “There’s no such thing as an embarrassing job. Work is a responsible, good thing to do. I’ve worked in real estate, construction. I’ve waited tables. I’m proud of all the jobs I’ve had.”

Sen. Debbie StabenowDeborah (Debbie) Ann StabenowCongress must work with, not against, tribal communities in crafting Farm Bill Senate Dems to Mnuchin: Don't index capital gains to inflation This week: House GOP regroups after farm bill failure MORE (D-Mich.): “My first job was cleaning test tubes in the basement of a hospital.”

Rep. Jim Gibbons (R-Nev.): “I was 13 years old, and I was a soda-fountain clerk pouring coffee for old men who sat there and smoked cigars.”