Check off NC Senate District 45:
I officially announced and launched my campaign tonight! Together we will have a 45th we can can believe in! Glad to have Ray Russell and LB Prevette there. Also my niece! #ncpol #ncdems pic.twitter.com/ZMqalCkM95
— Brandon for NC State Senate (@Anderson4NCSen) January 16, 2018
Still a lot of empty slots, folks. Keep working the Blue Wave.
— ncFortyEight (@ncFortyEight) January 15, 2018
Dude makes George Wallace seem like a social justice warrior in comparison. Ugh.
— Bill Winston (@billwinston20) January 15, 2018
WTF are you talking about? That article doesn't mention Roy Cooper. And if it did, it would show Cooper is willing to leverage the work requirement *if* (and only if) NC is allowed to expand Medicaid to the 500,000 people the GOP abandoned. And it would apply to only those people, who are currently ineligible because they're already working. But nice try at dividing us.
If legislative selection of judges passes, @NCGOP #NCGA will revive its court packing scheme from December 2016, create two new SC vacancies to fill, and give @NC_Governor only Republicans to choose from #ncpol cc @mel_bough
— Dustin Ingalls (@IngallsD) January 15, 2018
That reads like hyperbole, but unfortunately it's not.
If government has a role to play in long-term public assistance, it is limited to the aged, the disabled, and children. For everyone else, time limits and work requirements are needed to deter welfare dependency. https://t.co/gPpXwduuAt #ncpol #ncga
— John Hood (@JohnHoodNC) January 15, 2018
The game has changed, John, and you and other free traders are the ones that changed it. Our economy just doesn't function like it used to, and there aren't good (or even decent) jobs just waiting for workers anymore. That "Welfare dependency" meme was already strained when Reagan used it back in the 1980's, but using it now is either ignorance or duplicity. Pretty sure you're not the former, so...
— Rob Taber (@RobTaber) January 15, 2018
Ugh, just when I think I've figured out who the worst NC Rep is, one of them jumps the fucking line into 1st place.
— NC Policy Watch (@NCPolicyWatch) January 16, 2018
At the very least, they should drop their current rate increase request, which was already unjustifiable. But they're like a pit bull; once they've got their teeth latched onto some money, getting them to let go is damn near impossible.
— Kenneth Lang (@kennethlang) January 16, 2018
This Tweet is illogical on so many fronts I don't know where to start. First of all, Twitter is very often an orgy of right-wing nutters, floating a wide range of conspiracy theories (like Twitter throttling conservative thought). Second, you've set up a boring little strawman by predicting this Tweet (about Tweets) will not be re-Tweeted, which will no doubt come true because it contains absolutely nothing that is even remotely worthy of sharing. The only reason I shared it here is because it may qualify as the most unshareable Tweet I've ever seen. See, this Tweet is so illogical, it has dragged me down into the logic-free zone.
On that confusing note, here's your Onion:
— The Onion (@TheOnion) January 15, 2018
This is how moderately successful businesses fail...