Quite possibly the single most important thing we can do this year:
Republicans have rigged the system against everyday North Carolinians, but the @NCDemParty is fighting back! Help us break the supermajority by getting involved today → https://t.co/MX5CQeaTJt #TurnNCBlue #ncpol pic.twitter.com/M0AzFQKjy5
— Artemis (@Artemis_CW) April 17, 2018
We simply must stop the GOP from undermining Governor Cooper's every effort to help citizens. Enough is enough.
— Travis Fain (@TravisFain) April 12, 2018
You know, if you hadn't said anything, I might not have seen the resemblance. Now I can't not see it...
NC shouldn't be satisfied to be just average. Women make up over 50% of the population so let's set that as our goal. Old white men have royally screwed up our state and country. Women can do better. #ncpol #ncga #nc https://t.co/uKbyBZl5oU
— Michael Sexton (@jmsexton_) April 15, 2018
What Michael said. Showing we are "average" in this area is definitely not encouraging.
— LeoTheLion (@LeoTheLionIV) April 15, 2018
Yeah, lying is not relegated to covering stuff up or "Plan B" anymore, it's the default original position. They may as well just stop daily news briefings as long as Sarah Sanders is at the podium.
— Cynically optimistic (@HeadlineMuncher) April 15, 2018
WTF does a New Yorker article have to do with NC Dems? If somebody from here had re-Tweeted that, maybe. But you did it. Better check your carbon monoxide detector, those brain cells will not regenerate...
— Guy Smith (@guysmith001) April 15, 2018
Congratulations, dumbass. You just did exactly what you're chirping about, judging people as members of groups. Here's what he was referring to:
Semi-obvious but bears repeating: Much of the evil in the world comes from seeing and judging people as members of groups rather than individuals.
— John Avlon (@JohnAvlon) April 15, 2018
Honestly, I should just leave these idiots alone, they are their own worst enemies. But then I wouldn't have anybody to make fun of...
The #ncga has worked to foster a business-friendly climate in our state and it's paying off. Over 1,000 jobs in a week! Workforce development, tax-relief and prudent budgeting are so much better than higher taxes and unbridled spending. #ncpol pic.twitter.com/xKCt5RMxzL
— Mark Shiver (@markshiver) April 16, 2018
Okay, there are 100 counties in NC, so that's a whopping 10 jobs per county. That's not even worth a Tweet, much less one that brags about tax cuts and apparently "bridled" spending. Repubs are scraping a hole in the bottom of the barrel...
— JohnLockeFoundation (@JohnLockeNC) April 17, 2018
And stripping benefits from unemployed workers and their families has put about $3 Billion into the "Rainy Day Fund," where it's doing absolutely nothing for the economy, not to mention increasing hardship on those who have contributed to that economy in years past.
It’s #TaxDay. According to the #MeredithPoll, there’s a big partisan divide among NC voters over who benefits from the new tax law. Three-quarters of Dems think it benefits only the wealthy, while 80% of Republicans think it benefits all groups. #ncpol
— The Meredith Poll (@TheMeredithPoll) April 17, 2018
See the misleading propaganda above for an answer to that question.
— N.C. Coastal Fed (@NCCoastalFed) April 17, 2018
I Google-mapped this farm yesterday, and it has 12 massive hen houses that contain 4,000,000 laying chickens, who squirt out 2.3 million eggs per day. This isn't a "farming" problem, it's an industrial farming problem.
@GlenBradley is a strict & persistent Constitutionalist with a record in the NC House to prove it. Check out his platform & record at https://t.co/0OaezsWHIQ. #ncpol #ncga
I will be voting for Glen Bradley for #NCHouse7 on May 8th!
— Alicé Leuchte (@aliceleuchte) April 17, 2018
Speaking of victims of Republican gerrymandering, his "persistence" encouraged his GOP colleagues to draw an extra few lines on their map to get rid of him. Curious to see if he can even win the GOP Primary, and how much money the GOP gives to his opponent Lisa Stone Barnes...
— Brian Murphy (@MurphinDC) April 17, 2018
That's pretty desperate when you bring in the guy that got shot (Scalise) to leverage the sympathy and outrage vote...
On that disgusting yet hopeful note, here's your Onion:
— The Onion (@TheOnion) April 16, 2018
"Ah! Now I can see again. Thanks!"