Hey Mark Johnson, the NC House has a message for you:
Amendment allowing NC school districts to keep using mClass instead of switching to Istation went largely along party lines. All Democrats voted yes & most Republicans voted no. Passed due to 7 GOP Reps voting yes. #nced #ncpol #ncga https://t.co/EQJELNb1iy
— Keung Hui (@nckhui) July 23, 2019
Unfortunately, it will likely not even get a hearing in the Senate, because Phil Berger just can't admit when a fellow Republican is wrong.
From shipping jobs to China to using his special interest lobbyists to push sweetheart deals for his company, Greedy @McCreadyForNC is only ever looking out for himself.
See how at our new site: https://t.co/mISzfiKkbH #NC09 #NCPOL pic.twitter.com/ZaX3XTyXdk
— Congressional Leadership Fund (@CLFSuperPAC) July 22, 2019
If you'll notice, these dark money groups rarely say anything about Dan Bishop, because they know he's a toxic cesspool best avoided...
— John Hood (@JohnHoodNC) July 22, 2019
Lol! Good luck with that. When you've got Trump and McConnell leading your charge, don't expect young people to do anything other than recoil in horror.
— Justin Parmenter (@JustinParmenter) July 22, 2019
Larry Pittman, of course. *sigh*
— Holly Grange (@NCHollyGrange) July 22, 2019
Oh, god. Here we go with another Trumpeter...
— Valerie (@4ever2runval96) July 22, 2019
Don't hold your breath. Just like the I-77 Toll fiasco, this will be one of those, "It will cost us a bazillion dollars to get out of this contract!" Prove me wrong, please...
— Civitas Institute (@NCCivitas) July 22, 2019
See, this is what happens when you toss your word salad too briskly. *If* the Federal government is close to bankruptcy, it's because of the $1.5 Trillion "tax relief" corporate giveaway Trump pulled off. And you want more of that, because of course you do.
I know the real @GregoryGebhardt, and I can tell you that he is a servant leader, a patriot, and someone willing to sacrifice for his fellow man. I can't imagine a better person running to serve the people of NC. #ncpol https://t.co/4xoZ5bIECH
— Mark T. Coggins (@MarkTCoggins) July 22, 2019
That would be the Buckhorn Creek Elementary School PTA, in case you also read that and barked a laugh like I did. Not that there's anything wrong with that per se, it just seemed like a weird progression from West Point & Iraq. Then again, I really don't understand most Republicans, so...
Take it from someone who worked with Greg for almost two years: he’s a conservative who supports Donald Trump and would frustrate the progressive agenda of @NC_Governor and @nchousedems @NCSenateDems. #ncpol #ncga https://t.co/AvAsfr7hGY
— Harry Johnson (@HarryJohnsonNC) July 22, 2019
I was hoping Harry would chime in...
Today is July 22, and the state does not have a budget yet for the fiscal year that started July 1. A veto override vote is on tonight's House calendar, but that doesn't mean a vote will be taken. #ncga #ncpol
— Dawn B. Vaughan (@dawnbvaughan) July 22, 2019
Right, so who's holding the Budget hostage? The ball's been in their court for a couple weeks, but they're afraid to play.
— Real Facts NC (@RealFactsNC) July 22, 2019
Run it like a business? That's what Republicans said about government, and they've run that into the ground...
Speaking of running things into the ground:
— marc rotterman (@FrontRowmarc) July 23, 2019
We can expect a whole new era of stupid coming from the UK, folks. Boris is Trump with an accent, and he hasn't met a person he wouldn't lie to.
— Ricky Hurtado (@rickyhurtadonc) July 23, 2019
Folks, say hello to Ricky Hurtado, who will be taking Erica McAdoo's place running against Stephen Ross (R) in House District 63 next year. Last November this race was a nail-biter (Ross won by less than 300 votes out of 30,324 votes cast), and Ricky's got the chops to continue that crusade.
— Steven Walker (@SWalker_NC) July 23, 2019
So they let Lt. Governors into the Republican Governors Association? Or do they allow Governor wannabes? Or is this just another Photo-Op for Dan? You're right, I really don't care, dude is going down like the Hindenburg...
On that hopefully clairvoyant note, here's your Onion:
"American citizens must lose their home to a flash flood, almost immediately watch a tornado ravage their hometown, and then succumb to heatstroke in 110 degree temperatures before recognizing climate change as a viable threat." https://t.co/6UvmsDIwmb
— The Onion (@TheOnion) July 23, 2019
This is kinda true...