To the fainting couches, gentlemen!…
The brief time when we were *not* accusing those we disagree with of murder was nice while it lasted. https://t.co/qr1rzon1cg
— Senator Hatch Office (@senorrinhatch) June 23, 2017
I prefer to assume you aren't TRYING to kill anyone with this bill, you just honestly don't grasp that that'll be the consequence.
— ?? Charles Gaba ?? (@charles_gaba) June 24, 2017
The party that elected Donald Trump complaining about caustic language against their wealth care bill is so rich they gave it a tax break.
— Schooley (@Rschooley) June 24, 2017
Clutching-pearls and elbow patches at the ready!
This type of language doesn't increase civility, but furthers divide. It's possible to oppose the bad bill without using such a caustic tone pic.twitter.com/efBqqDSWG7
— Evan Siegfried (@evansiegfried) June 23, 2017
"They're free-enterprisers. The earth is just another developing planet. Their third world." pic.twitter.com/yDi1eUgfC8
— Lana Del Raytheon (@LanaDelRaytheon) June 23, 2017
[Death Star revealed]LEIA: But millions will die
TARKIN: I’m open to thoughtful critiques of the Death Star. “Millions will die” is not it.
— Daniel Lin (@danwlin) June 24, 2017
Because TONE is more important than FACTS!
No, it's all about how you do it. Making an argument is fine, labeling people the "death party" is obscene. https://t.co/jyyrNCwvhg
— Patrick Chovanec (@prchovanec) June 24, 2017
Labeling people the "death party" is "obscene" but choosing to condemn tens of thousands of people to death is… not? https://t.co/pka5KnzPji
— laura olin (@lauraolin) June 24, 2017
— Roy Edroso (@edroso) June 25, 2017
(The facts, after all, are almost never on the side of the Republicans.)
GOP, 2017: you saying that people will die because of our bill gives us the sads
GOP, 2016: pic.twitter.com/kHAshY6wnS
— Parker Molloy (@ParkerMolloy) June 24, 2017