On June 24th, 2016 in Quibbles
Hey, y’all. Another Friday, another, roundup.
This week we are reminded of several things:
College is too expensive.
Twitter is better when you don’t Engage.
And the Democratic party is full of liberals.
Those same hippies staged a sit-in in the House of Representatives to protest inaction on gun reform legislation, and when speaker Paul Ryan shut off their cameras, CSPAN began broadcasting from periscope. What a time to be alive.
I say no-fly-no-try. If we’ve got a list of terrorists, why would we let them use valuable American court resources defending themselves?
— Parker Higgins (@xor) June 23, 2016
Also making a big play this week in our government’s constant competition to make terrible decisions, the FDA approved a bulimia pump in less time than it takes me to choose a meal.
While, to secure police officer’s sizeable lead in the race to the bottom, NYPD commissioner Bratton said they don’t owe the LGBT community an apology for Stonewall. I have another four letters for you, Brat: GTFO.
Before we go I leave you with a riddle: If a talk show host skewers a political people over an issue but no one is around to hear it, does it make a difference?
Happy weekend. I’m gonna go log off for a few days.