We get it. It's hard out there for politicians. They have to make big decisions, appear at countless press events with a friendly smile and try to eat pizza without dripping sauce on their suits -- must be rough.
But unlike ordinary people, politicians are constantly in the limelight and surrounded by cameras. Luckily for us this means public meltdowns and fist fights are recorded to be replayed over and over again for our own personal enjoyment for millennia to come.
Get ready, as here are some of our all-time favorite videos of politicians seriously losing their cool.
"Let my people go," Bost screams. We also really like when he throws up the papers and then tries to hit them midair.
We like to think that Dean's "Byah" was a gift to the comedy gods. It's still a little sad that it cost him so much of the respect people had for him.
Protip: Never pull a gun during a TV interview.
Do not try to interrupt Anthony Weiner while he is talking.
We really hope the reporter at least got his Santorum sign autographed.
This Greek politician obviously did not want to talk about the <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/06/07/ilias-kasidiaris-assaults-female-mps-live-tv_n_1577251.html" target="_hplink">pending court case against him</a>.
Out of all of Chris Christie's public blunders, this one is by far our favorite. Can you guess why? Three words: ice cream cone.
It starts out pretty calm, but around one minute mark, when Boehner starts asking questions, he gets pretty impassioned, exclaiming: "Hell no you can't!"
If they <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/11/15/lebanon-politicians-fight-live-tv_n_1095468.html" target="_hplink">come to blows on live TV</a> we can't even imagine how they discuss Syria in dark alleyways.
Did he know he was being filmed? Also, that woman who he yells at is a really good sport. At the end she even offers him some decaf coffee.
This is almost too sad to watch.
This is how Ukraine does politics.
At 1:47 the occupy protesters start chanting and Rove does not like it. Not the best video quality, but we really appreciate the level to which politicians try to pretend that they will answer ALL the questions during the Q&A portion of the night.
This may not be the greatest video edit, but Mayor Finkbeiner (allegedly) has one approach to get children to exercise: shaming.
"I responded to his comment with my right hand," <a href="http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,279352,00.html" target="_hplink">Bishop reportedly said</a>.
"You send another goon to my house and I'll take you out buddy."
LeBlanc has a lot of hand gestures and he isn't afraid to use them.
When defending your political point of view battle royale style it's best to have a background in judo.
Prescott was probably thinking: you throw and egg at me, I punch you in the face.