Marc embodied North Carolina’s spirit, and he served his state with courage and compassion. His leadership in the #ncga is unparalleled. My prayers go out to his family, particularly his daughters. #ncpol https://t.co/AKjOFl3QXq
— Dan Blue (@DanBlueNC) December 29, 2020
He was also a consensus-builder, something Phil Berger has never even tried to be. I would say, "he will be missed," but we've been missing him for some time now already.
— NCGOP (@NCGOP) December 27, 2020
You're not very smart, are you? Here's a Tweet from less than three weeks ago:
— NCGOP (@NCGOP) December 10, 2020
At the Emergency Operations Center, which is several miles from the Governor's Mansion. But thanks for playing...
#littledonnie’s little temper tantrum cost millions of Americans a week’s worth of unemployment checks that they need for rent/mortgages, food, medicine, and heat. Way to go, Republicans.#ncpol https://t.co/BoRK5PBvGb
— James G. Gilmore (@jamesggilmore) December 28, 2020
Trump doesn't care, and neither do his Republican butt-sniffers.
I can’t believe how little is required to run for office(s).
Thinking about it. We need to be in every level of govt. I don’t care if I’m surrounded by commies. I would hold the line for the people’s liberties. https://t.co/UaD5b3yCiQ#ncpol
— Stefania8 (@Stefani94460352) December 27, 2020
So...what are you complaining about? You're a Libertarian (apparently), but you think it's too easy to qualify to run for office? That only a select few should be allowed, including yourself? You know what, nevermind...
"To make matters worse, 4 of his family members also caught the virus from him
Mountain wasn't a big mask-wearer, but having the virus changed that
"I was one of the naysayers," he said. "I am no longer a naysayer"https://t.co/A6GCPbegLI
Don't be this guy#ncpol
— Sean (@RavenRavinoff) December 28, 2020
And he's probably still a Trump supporter, even though it damned near killed him and his family.
Thought this might be a tough vote for some Republicans considering bill includes pay raises for military personnel and other military funding and passed overwhelmingly. #ncpol https://t.co/pWDSN2Jy0a
— Brian Murphy (@MurphinDC) December 28, 2020
Your mistake is assuming most Republicans actually care about the military. They don't, and not just Trump-loving jerks like Budd.
— Chad Nance (@MrNanceNC) December 28, 2020
I agree, and would also remind readers that HB142 has expired. This would be a great place for a non-discrimination ordinance.
— Jim Morrill (@jimmorrill) December 28, 2020
Honestly, I'm not sure I could care less about sports right now. 40% of our population would literally tear up our Constitution to keep a disgusting, irredeemable, lying sack of shit in power. Throwing a ball around seems meaningless with that hanging over our heads.
We can’t afford another $460 billion in Chinese debt to furnish Nancy Pelosi political points. We need tailored aid and an opened economy so that Americans can pursue opportunity again, not subsist by the hand of government. pic.twitter.com/7jFMspQ90L
— Rep. Dan Bishop (@RepDanBishop) December 29, 2020
And you just revealed your true motivation for withholding critical pandemic relief: Nancy Pelosi. It doesn't matter how much we need to do something, if she supports it, you won't. As a Representative, you're a logical fallacy (ad hominem), nothing more than a speed bump to slow our recovery. Shameful.
— SEANC (@SEANC) December 29, 2020
Such a major loss of benefits for future state employees, and that's all you've got to say? If you had been doing your job holding Republicans accountable, instead of covering for them, this benefit might still be intact.
On that infuriating note, here's your Onion:
— The Onion (@TheOnion) December 28, 2020