Today’s winner is Bryan Fischer, the so-called “Christian” radio talk show host who tweeted this bit of stupidity.
This makes sense, as soon as gays do things such as lynching Christians or vandalizing their property. Although usually, the violence is the other way around and gays are often the targets.
There’s some really great tweets about Sen. Rand Paul’s filibuster. So far, this is my favorite:
“Just made mean comments at gov brownback and told him he sucked, in person #heblowsalot.”
I designated the above tweet by 18 year-old high school senior Emma Sullivan tweet of the day, not due to the content itself (it’s actually quite juvenile), but for her refusal to write an insincere apology letter to Gov. Brownback under pressure from her principal.
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Fairness requires Gov. Johnson to be included in tomorrow’s debate. I encourage Wash Post/Bloomberg to invite him.
-Former House Speaker & 2012 G.O.P. Presidential Candidate Newt Gingrich via Twitter.
Some Ron Paul supporters think Gingrich is hoping to split libertarian support by saying that Gov. Johnson should be invited to the debate. That could be but it’s also possible that the former Speaker is being sincere. Either way, Gingrich is right and Ron Paul’s supporters shouldn’t feel threatened. We are on the same team!