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Congressional Distrust

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11:30 AM | 5 December 2014
by Jim Compton-hall
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Kevin Gonyo, a student from Miami Ad School New York, created Congressional Distrust to point out all the stupid things that members of the U.S. Congress say.

"I first got the idea to do something with Congress after the government shutdown this past summer. I realised that I couldn't really do anything to get congressmen that weren't from my district out of office, so I decided to make it known across the internet how ridiculous these people that we pay $175k a year actually are."

Congressional Distrust shows how you can take other interests and concerns (aside from advertising and marketing problems) and turn them into intriguing creative projects that would no doubt stand out in your portfolio.

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