The stench of desperation:
— Colin Campbell (@RaleighReporter) June 18, 2019
Well of course they looked at the files, how else were they supposed to determine if they were relevant to the case? As far as classifying them as "secret," you can't have your cake and eat it, too. You can't claim you did all the work yourselves on Legislative computers, but then claim the files contain "sensitive" information.
— Tim Boyum (@TimBoyumTV) June 17, 2019
I talked with Cal briefly earlier this year, and I actually heard a couple of people mention national issues that had nothing to do with a Lt. Governor's purview. He says a lot of people have done that, which is why he changed his mind. And I believe him.
— Robert Howard (@RobertWHoward) June 17, 2019
Tillis (like many Republicans) resorts to projection continuously, completely oblivious to the irony.
— Valerie (@4ever2runval96) June 17, 2019
Nobody wants to listen to Pat F**king McCrory analyze or speculate on anything, much less public policy or electoral issues. Might as well try to carry on a conversation with a pet rock...
— Will Doran (@will_doran) June 17, 2019
Why should today be any different than every other day for the last...hell, I don't even know how long.
— Travis Fain (@TravisFain) June 17, 2019
That's "Hayes" Travis. And now, for some reason, I can't get Mr. Haney on Green Acres out of my mind...
— NC Policy Watch (@NCPolicyWatch) June 17, 2019
Gotta love John Cole. :)
"The legislature needs to explain to our students, our schools, and our state why this cut to existing early colleges is being considered." —@Mebane_Rash, CEO and Editor-in-Chief of @EducationNC. #nced #ncpol #ncga https://t.co/zR1yCyEaP3
— Nation Hahn (@NationHahn) June 17, 2019
Yeah, they need to be asked that question every hour on the hour, until that money is put back. Crazy.
The #ncga House Elections and Ethics Law Committee will consider H700 (digital electioneering) on Thursday. The burdens of compliance with this bill will fall disproportionately on challengers. #ncpolhttps://t.co/N05dXPgTZm
— Andy Jackson (@andyinrok) June 17, 2019
No it won't, that's just your dark money addiction speaking. The voters (and candidates) deserve to know who's paying for campaign ads, so they can take that under advisement.
— Michael Bitzer (@BowTiePolitics) June 17, 2019
I've been off popcorn for years, but I might have to take it back up...
Tennessee has now lost twelve rural hospitals. The greatest shot in the arm we can provide to our rural hospitals is Medicaid expansion. It’s time to close the coverage gap in NC, now. #ncpol #ncga https://t.co/QjUbxkjTuA
— Michael Garrett (@MichaelKGarrett) June 17, 2019
Not good. For every rural hospital that closes, unnecessary deaths are sure to follow. We can no longer ignore this problem.
— David R Lewis (@RepDavidRLewis) June 17, 2019
Proving that GOP lawyers still haven't learned their lesson about cramming hyperbole and inflammatory language into their court motions. I would also add: The NC Senate is right smack in the middle of a cramped calendar of legislation *and* Budget negotiations with the House. David Lewis has no business trying to back-seat litigate this case (on Twitter, no less) with all that work that we actually pay him to do piling up.
On that irritating note, here's your Onion:
— The Onion (@TheOnion) June 15, 2019
Never thought I would say this, but we have way too many candidates...