— Cordle for NC House 85 (@rc4nchouse) May 9, 2022
I'ma go ahead and endorse this fellow Army Airborne soldier. No, I'm not breaking my personal rule, he doesn't have a Primary opponent.
"Over two million elderly and disabled North Carolinians – and their family – rely on Medicare... Republicans have proposed increasing taxes on lower income Americans, threatening their finances and sunsetting Social Security and Medicare." #ncpolhttps://t.co/VaAxP5u8LD
— Ellie Dougherty (@elliemdougherty) May 9, 2022
It never ceases to amaze me how many people vote against their own interests, and it's usually because of some idiotic fear-mongering about Socialism (and several other trigger words they simply don't understand). And I'm past the point of trying to explain it to them.
New: The North Carolina offshore wind auction set for May 11 will pit ambitious federal climate goals against hesitant state policy.
NC could take on a renewable energy leadership role in the Southeast with this auction and more on the horizon.https://t.co/O1XHEHIH80 #ncpol pic.twitter.com/8ZZkAwPT6C
— Abbie Bennett (@AbbieRBennett) May 9, 2022
Bring it, the sooner the better.
My mission is to put President Trump's America First agenda and policies back in Washington! Will you join me on May 17th? Let's bring prosperity back to the people of North Carolina! #ncsen #ncpol pic.twitter.com/aQFLW0gIki
— Ted Budd (@TedBuddNC) May 9, 2022
It's like an idiot convention...
North Carolina coffers are getting even more flush - Consensus revenue forecast now anticipates $4.2B more revenue this fiscal year than earlier projected, with almost $2B more next year. What will it all mean for upcoming budget adjustments? #ncpol https://t.co/Kk7Rmk9hjf
— Gary Robertson (@garydrobertson) May 9, 2022
Making their bullshit excuses for not funding Leandro even more inappropriate.
Draft Overturning Roe Quotes Infamous Witch Trial Judge With Long-Discredited Ideas On Rape
Alito cites Sir Matthew Hale, who conceived the notion that husbands can’t be prosecuted for raping their wives, and sentenced women to death as witches.https://t.co/ueFBMq6ZoK #ncpol
— Michael (@jmsexton_) May 9, 2022
Alito just proved he is no longer capable of performing such an important function. Aside from the fact Hale died a century before our Revolution began, he put two women to death for witchcraft, which set the precedent for what later happened in Salem. And of course there's that whole "marital rape doesn't exist" nonsense, which (if Alito was still even marginally sane) should have excluded his mention in *any* Court opinion, much less one dealing with women's rights. Uggghhhh...
On that absurd note, here's your Onion:
— The Onion (@TheOnion) May 9, 2022
Hey, don't knock it. I just watched the entire Downton Abbey series in like nine days. :)