Republican idiocy

Tuesday Twitter roundup

I haven't read the whole thing, but I'm on the "Yes" side after seeing several people I respect (including Chief Justice Beasley) give it a thumb's up.

Tuesday Twitter roundup

We shouldn't have to file a complaint with law enforcement when somebody says this crap on national TV. The days of assuming people don't really mean what they say are over. Haul his ass in for questioning.

Tuesday Twitter roundup

She is not wrong. It's also important to remember the Continental Congress continually struggled with funding for the War, and many delegates went into debt to provision troops. It was a different time, and should be viewed in that context. Speaking of:

Tuesday Twitter roundup

Pay attention to what they do, not what they say. And you will conclude that Republicans only care about wealthy donors.

Weekend Wound-Up

Madison Cawthorn goes full-on Nazi after losing his Primary:

“It’s time for the rise of the new right, it’s time for Dark MAGA to truly take command,” Cawthorn, 26, wrote on Instagram. “We have an enemy to defeat, but we will never be able to defeat them until we defeat the cowardly and weak members of our own party. Their days are numbered. We are coming.” Twitter users describe “Dark MAGA” — a take on Trump’s Make America Great Again slogan — as a group that believes there’s no political solution beyond vengeance, Newsweek reported, and that the former president has been too kindhearted and forgiving to his political opponents. It also has ties to neo-Nazi and white supremacy, Business Insider reported.

Aside from the fact we have yet to see a "light" MAGA, this is a typical reaction from an immature, spoiled rotten man-child. But we can't (or shouldn't) let this temper tantrum distract us from important business, like the NCGA's upcoming Budget adjustments:

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