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The Tillis Toxicity

If this blog post sounds like an episode of Big Bang Theory, it should. BBT specializes in the ridiculous, featuring a hilarious mix of incompetence, dysfunction, and out-sized egos. One show was called The Anxiety Optimization, which could have been a commentary on the state of our nation.

But back to Tillis.

Thom Tillis and Hurricane Matthew

Back in January, Thom Tillis joined Roy Cooper in announcing that North Carolina would receive $198 million to help North Carolina recover from Hurricane Matthew. Unfortunately, what North Carolina really needed was another $900 million. Which is why Tillis and Cooper teamed up again to ask President Trump for more help.

To the North Carolina Republicans who voted to repeal the ACA

May you drop dead and rot in hell for eternity.

And in the meantime, here's a Facebook post from a friend.

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As I'm sure you all know, the House of Representatives is voting on a healthcare bill today. The particulars of the bill don't matter right now, for two reasons:

1. It may not pass, and if it does it will be close.
2. Even if it or a successor bill passes, it will then go to the Senate. Whatever comes out of that chamber will look very different, and we have no way of knowing what it might look like.

Quote of the day

“Being sound on the fundamentals depends on what the evangelical community has decided the fundamentals have become. At this time, what is fundamental is hating liberals, hating Obama, hating abortion and hating same-sex marriage.” New York Times

Jones and Meadows to the rescue

Congressmen Mark Meadows and Walter Jones are honest and they are patriots. No matter their motivations, they have kept the threat of Trumpcare at bay.

But we're also facing an even bigger threat. America is being overrun by traitors. The enemies of freedom have been emboldened. Taxpayers are being fleeced. Everyone knows this is true.

These two patriotic North Carolinians need to step up and defend democracy.

Call them. Thank them. Ask them to lead.

  • Jones, Jacksonville office: 252-931-1003
  • Meadows, Henderson County office: (828) 693-5660

UPDATE: Their mailboxes are getting slammed. I got through to Meadows. We'll need to call Jones on Monday.

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