No justice to be found here:
#ncpol @SenatorBurr of #NC recvd nearly 7 million from #NRABloodMoney
Now he's calling their Senate Intel Comm that their investigation is coming to a close too! He cited "no Russian collusion" I will say this again, this Russian takeover is much bigger than some can imagine
— michele (@NCcountrygirl10) March 13, 2018
Burr hasn't had an original thought in his head since he made his first clay ash tray and it broke in half in the kiln. Both he and Devin Nunes consider several people refusing to testify as "no evidence," which makes both of them parties to the collusion itself.
You can curve my emails but you can't dodge me in these streets. #NCPOL
— BLACK MATLOCK (@KahranAtLaw) March 12, 2018
I...don't know what any of that means, or what it pertains to, but I am duly warned and somewhat intimidated.
. @SenatorBurr, @SenThomTillis, @PatrickMcHenry and @RepMarkMeadows "stick to their guns" on guns laws after Florida school shooting. What they've said since and how they voted before: https://t.co/a6cJrnbU9O #avlnews #avlgov #ncpol #Parkland
— Mark Barrett (@MarkBarrettACT) March 12, 2018
Just a quick note on Netiquette, whether it's in the AP Stylebook or not: When you post a link to a news article and you set something off in quotes, like "stick to their guns," it's usually a direct quote extracted from the article. You made me read all of their nonsense (twice) before I realized nobody actually said that. Whatever humorous value that had has been forever lost to me after that suffering...
— Civitas Institute (@NCCivitas) March 12, 2018
Yeah, because people are dying unnecessarily. But what are a few thousand lives lost when that money can allow the wealthy to buy a second boat? Sheesh, these guys have ice running through their veins...
— Brent Woodcox (@BrentWoodcox) March 12, 2018
Riiiight, because when Deputy Assistant Governor McCrory donned his official make believe law enforcement jacket, we knew our safety & security were in good hands. Smirk.
Cleveland County just named as the 4th best rural community for business in the nation by Site Selection Magazine. This is the second year in a row we have received this recognition. Good things continue to happen here! #Ncpol #ncga pic.twitter.com/cwZUGf2eN0
— Tim Moore (@timmoorenc) March 12, 2018
Yeah, like being able to turn a 650% profit on a stinky former chicken plant. I know, sometimes my cleverness amazes even me...
Modern conservatism can be thought of as three distinguishable but not mutually contradictory positions: the argument from virtue, the argument from liberty, and the argument from prudence. What binds them together is the reality of human nature. https://t.co/z73mO6Vvcb #ncpol
— John Hood (@JohnHoodNC) March 12, 2018
That's even more obscure and verbose than your usual pontifications. Twitter should be fined, and maybe imprisoned, for increasing the number of characters people can use.
— Tim Peck (@timothypeck) March 12, 2018
Something you apparently didn't get, if you have to ask that question.
— Sarah Newell (@s_k_newell) March 12, 2018
All seven of his Congressional papers? Might need one of those big envelopes with the little string to seal it...
New Report: ‘Coastal ecosystems are being transformed, degraded, or lost due to #climate change, particularly sea level rise and higher numbers of extreme weather events” #obx #ncpol @ncrealtors #fishing #nc https://t.co/kYA9jZ2Orc pic.twitter.com/NBrdWyS72g
— N.C. Coastal Fed (@NCCoastalFed) March 13, 2018
I saw a climate denier the other day say something like, "That's just high tides." Well no duh, Einstein. When sea levels rise, the high tides will rise as well.
GOP went full racist culture war in #VAGov#PA18 closing argument is immigration, sanctuary cities
NC GOP going on a race baiting tweet storm is right in line with today's GOP and preview for this fall #ncpol https://t.co/DwzE8CC71O
— Robert Howard (@RobertWHoward) March 13, 2018
Dallas must have hit the bourbon early due to the snowfall, but it's going to take more than tomato juice with cayenne pepper to recover from this Twitter hangover...
— Wes Tripp (@westrippnc) March 12, 2018
You really need to quit while you're behind, dude. Just because you don't think you did anything wrong, it doesn't automatically follow that you must not have. I believe the women, and you should, too.
— NC FreeEnterprise (@NCFEF) March 13, 2018
I really (really) don't want to see this jerk return to the General Assembly:
Rucho, 69, said Monday that he has spent just one night away from his Fountains at Mooresville Town Square apartment since filing. His wife remains in the couple’s Matthews house, which Rucho said they have been trying to sell for two years.
The former chairman of the powerful Senate Finance Committee said he left the legislature last year partly because he wanted the flexibility to move anywhere when his house finally sold.
“Our next step will be to find some property (in District 34) and build on it,” he added.
And if you don't win, will your next step be to find some other District and then ride into town with all your carpets rolled up on a wagon? Okay, that may be a little obscure for some of you non-historians, but basically I'm calling him a Carpetbagger. And I should be ashamed for using such an antiquated and derogatory term to describe a Yankee interloper...Crap, I did it again. I'm sorry...
On that embarrassing note, here's your Onion:
— The Onion (@TheOnion) March 10, 2018
Oh no! They got to the Onion too...