We need this now more than ever:
— Mark (@_therealmark_) October 1, 2019
We likely wouldn't be facing such a crisis if Republicans hadn't fought tooth & nail to destroy Obamacare, but destroying things is really all they know.
— ncFortyEight (@ncFortyEight) September 30, 2019
Fox News is finally finding its integrity, at least some of the talking heads, anyway. Shep Smith and Mike Wallace are leading the way, and hopefully more will join them.
Lawyers for Common Cause, the state Democratic Party, and Democratic voters filed their objections to 19 House districts in the new redistricting maps, claiming they are still gerrymandered #ncpol #ncga https://t.co/oA6Gs1N1Hw
— Real Facts NC (@RealFactsNC) September 30, 2019
I've got two words for ya: Special Master.
— Michael Sexton (@jmsexton_) September 30, 2019
Tee hee... :)
That's funny, but this is not:
The Oath Keepers claims tens of thousands of present & former law enforcement officials and military veterans as members
This is why it's so important for people like @RepMarkMeadows & @SenThomTillis to publicly & strongly denounce Trump#ncpol https://t.co/J5bcBdtsIG
— Sean (@RavenRavinoff) September 30, 2019
That rebellion would last about three weeks, and purify the gene pool very nicely. I wouldn't have said that a few years ago, but these nutters are out of control.
Advocates for sexual assault survivors in South Carolina "hope our state lawmakers are paying attention to a new law in North Carolina." No longer blocked by budget veto, the #NCGA approved major reforms, funding to test & track every rape kit. https://t.co/YyjbUQFlgI #ncpol
— Rep. Sarah Stevens (@RepSarahStevens) September 30, 2019
And yet, you still refuse to pass a bill that would allow women in NC to withdraw consent for sexual intercourse. The only state in the union where they can't. Get back to work.
We spend $700 billion a year on our military. How, how, how is it we can't get rid of the mold in people's homes at the nation's largest military base? #ncpol https://t.co/RBSTmBXZi4 pic.twitter.com/5370WRHB1J
— Travis Fain (@TravisFain) September 30, 2019
Good question. When I was stationed at Ft. Bragg, we lived off base, because the waiting list for base housing was a mile long. But if we had lived there, and my three young children got sick because of their environment, I would have been locked up for assaulting whoever was responsible. This needs to be fixed, like yesterday..
— Aylett Colston (@EveryVoiceNC) October 1, 2019
It most assuredly does violate Congressional ethics rules, but they'll probably just let him "amend" his filings. Film at eleven.
Wherever Mark Johnson's iPads pop up, questions follow. A $6 MILLION no-bid contract for 24,000 tablets, after a wine/dine Silicon Valley junket. Thousands of iPads collected dust in a warehouse, originally meant to help K-3 reading. Now handed out to HS math teachers? #ncpol https://t.co/q4Ix6Uez0J
— Progress NC Action (@ProgressNow_NC) October 1, 2019
He's almost as much of a photo-op junkie as Dan Forest, and that's saying something.
— NC Zero (@NC_Zero) September 30, 2019
Talk about living in an alternate reality...
— Paul Johnson (@HPEpaul) October 1, 2019
Good luck to all the Democrats running. Primaries in non-partisan races could be feast or famine, as you may end up with only one party running in the general. I have my first (of several) formal candidate forums this evening, and it's unfortunately not a "neutral" venue. The people organizing this forum have already endorsed two of my opponents, and that will possibly affect how the forum is managed. I hope not, because I would be forced (by myself) to point out such bias, thus earning their wrath. But if telling the truth gets you in trouble with some people, I'm not sure having them on your side is worth it in the first place.
On that concerning note, here's your Onion:
— The Onion (@TheOnion) September 28, 2019
That one caught me by surprise, in one of those trying-not-to-giggle-in-class ways...