(CNN) - Apparently, Sen. Rand Paul is a fan of the famed sitcom "Seinfeld" and unsurprisingly, not a fan of Washington.
The Kentucky Republican took to Twitter on Monday to partake in "Festivus," a quirky holiday-esqe tradition popularized in a 1997 episode of the show that is “celebrated” on December 23 and calls for, among other things, the airing of grievances.
Paul sent a barrage of tweets, expressing discontent with politics inside the Beltway - from the Federal Reserve to the just-passed bipartisan budget - interspersed with an assortment of otherwise conventional complaints - including the food in the Senate cafeteria and the D.C. street cleaning schedule.
Here are some of the highlights:
Speaking of bipartisanship:
To which Cory Booker replied:
And the Senate:
And there's the Federal Reserve:
"Seinfeld" writer Dan O’Keefe himself weighed in on Paul's reference the next day.