Tuesday Twitter roundup

Joining the ranks of the chickenhawks:

Aside from the fact Trump didn't notify/confer with the Gang of Eight in Congress before doing this, which should have both houses up in arms, he put thousands of our military folks in the region in danger wagging this particular dog. Tillis should be calling for restraint, not cheerleading.

I saw this Tweet about 15 minutes after I posted this on Facebook:

If Cumberland County needs to throw some money into the kitty to get this done, I'm all for it. But then the County needs to sue Chemours to recoup those taxpayer dollars.

I'd like to send Eric Trump on a safari with a bunch of non-functioning firearms, and let the lions and elephants play with him for a while. Wait, did I say that outloud?

Talk about a waste of breath. Ben Carson is more concerned about that scratch on his new dining room table than he is the health and safety of people living in government housing...

Once again I am both amazed and befuddled that UNC-TV continues to give this guy his own show. The Spectator is an uber-conservative rag that takes yellow journalism to precarious new heights of uselessness. Why would I want to listen to somebody who thinks it's clever? Anyone? Bueller?

You had me at Jim Hunt, but lost me at Pat McCrory...

Hahahaha! You gotta love lobbyists who complain about "misleading" information. It's like a fox warning chickens about the dangers of being cooped up.

Apparently Fec has risen from the dead of the Greensboro blogosphere to attack Kathy Manning...

I trust Donald Trump's motives even less than I trust Dale Folwell's...

What about Mark Meadows' wife's friend? You know what, I don't really care...

Is that Mark Johnson over on the right, not paying attention in class? Go stand in the corner, dude...

29 years as a CMS parent? How many times did your children flunk? You're right, that was inappropriate. Substitute "flunk" with "fail."

And yet, here you are attacking him. I'm sure the irony is lost on Republicans, but it's not lost on me.

I wonder how many of those people are armed, even though there's bound to be a sign on the premises warning not to?

On that unsettling note, here's your Onion:

It is kind of weird when you think about it...

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