The only thing better than the idea of DeVos pushing school choice for ALL kids is watching the Left all but implode, then explode, then implode again.
It really is a thing of beauty.
Like Ian Millhiser here, a ThinkProgress editor who seems a bit upset about the confirmation:
— Ian Millhiser (@imillhiser) February 7, 2017
Sounds a LOT like their popular vote nonsense, right?
BUT MORE PEOPLE … hey chief, that’s not how the Senate works.
— Jean Pennie (@jeanpennie) February 7, 2017
He does seem fussy.
@imillhiser The Senators who opposed her represent half of the states in the union. Population in reference to Senate is meaningless.
— Shane Styles (@shaner5000) February 7, 2017
But popular vote or something!
It becomes more and more evident every day that far too many of these folks who talk about government are absolutely clueless about it.
@imillhiser Because the constitution created a Senate with just two representatives per state regardless of population. But you knew that.
— (((Karen Grubaugh))) (@kleegrubaugh) February 7, 2017
Actually he probably didn’t.
@imillhiser The Falcons also won the popular vote.
— mitrebox (@mitrebox) February 7, 2017
Heh. And Russia interfered with the refs.
— LaurieAnn (@mooshakins) February 7, 2017
Ooof, when you put it THAT way it really hurts.
@imillhiser why do you hate kids?
— sane millennial (@michaeltoni93) February 7, 2017
And speaking of ouch …
*Sec. DeVos https://t.co/QVQQhQYjiF
— Guy Benson (@guypbenson) February 7, 2017
OUCHTOWN, population you, bro.
— Matt McDaniel (@GovMatt) February 7, 2017
Deal. With. It.
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