Unless you live under a rock (and with the political environment we’re looking at these days we could hardly blame you), you’ve heard Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s comments on her silly Green New Deal and how she claimed to be the boss.
She says a lot of stupid stuff but this was monumentally ignorant.
What sort of elected official thinks comments like that are in any way appropriate?
Dana Loesch had an idea …
Not surprised someone who proposed “getting rid of cows” in writing confuses “representative” and “boss.” ¯_( ツ)_/¯ https://t.co/S6TZZ9JR3Z
— Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) February 25, 2019
C’mon now, we don’t all need to eat hamburgers for breakfast, lunch, and dinner ya’ know.
This wasn't confusion…..this is what socialists think govt is
— Paul Mooney (@TacoDagger44) February 25, 2019
— jgderuvo (@jgderuvo) February 25, 2019
And then some.
Ok, so anyone with a crayon and some imagination can now be a Congressional official, declare themselves the "Boss". And order all of us to do their job for them. What world…
— Imfamydidit (@Imfamydidit) February 25, 2019
Next she will be running for governor of NY and will probably win.
— LindaLou (@craftybrunette) February 25, 2019
Ugh, bite your tongue!
But probably. *eye roll*
— Karen Helenthal (@KarenHelenthal) February 25, 2019
Good grief. Can it get any better? Are the people that voted for her even a bit concerned?
— Gary R Brooks (@forexbomb) February 25, 2019
Nah, they’re too busy urinating in jugs so they can make coffee out of it later in the day. THAT’S IN THE GREEN NEW DEAL … we’re not even making that up. Scary stuff, right?
I’m starting to wonder if AOC Is “all there” if you know what I mean
— nannyD (@npd36) February 25, 2019
We know exactly what she means.
— Karen Geer (@Karensuegeer) February 25, 2019
How ’bout dat indeed.