Tuesday Twitter roundup

Just a friendly reminder:

I am running for local office (again) this year, and hoping our voter turnout is closer to 20% instead of the barely 10% we got last time. It's hard to believe people could be so disinterested in their own community, but there it is. Take the time to get to know who's running in your local election, and what their priorities are. Because by the time something stupid gets done and shows up on your radar, it's probably too late.

It's red for ed, and a fist for resistance. These efforts to cast it as a Soviet symbol would make Joe McCarthy scratch his head in confusion. And the fact y'all don't even know how stupid it makes you look, and how desperate for relevance you are, is just really special.

I'm more interested in this bracket than the NCAA...

Oh, god. Patrick Gleason is back. Here's me begging the N&O to not publish any of his trickle-down nonsense.

Turn the lights off? Really? Trump is right on the verge of scrapping regulations that helped replace incandescent bulbs with much more efficient CFL and LED bulbs, and you're saying turn the lights off? Don't forget to say, "Shut the damn door!" Idiot.

The NCPOL feed was already dumb enough, but when this dude showed up, the average IQ dropped 7 points...

Neither Trump nor Tillis actually care about our military, but getting voters to understand that is mission impossible.

And now we'll see how many of those Republicans believe in Big Government overreach...

And of course he's wearing no socks. Frat-boy douchebag.

I. Don't. Care.

Thank goodness for a bare minimum of common sense. But just the fact they floated the idea is bad news for Pender County. Because bestowing a mechanical device with the status of a "victim that needs to be protected" is one of the most ludicrous things I've ever heard.

Lol! John Cole hits another one out of the park...

On that hilarious note, here's your Onion:

Honestly, with the Trump administration, a statement like this would not raise an eyebrow.

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Bonus Onion:

It's an exhausting flight as it is; the last thing you need is somebody trying to talk to you the whole time...

Hallelujah...

Now can we (please) get somebody in there who actually cares about NC workers? And not some MBA who will be more concerned about shielding corporate slavemasters than promoting safety and prosperity for those who actually produce? Those aren't rhetorical questions...