Democratic Sen. Richard Blumenthal apparently thinks kids are really, really stupid:
— Howard Mortman (@HowardMortman) October 28, 2015
But maybe he’s just projecting.
Dumbass thinks everyone is as dumb as he is https://t.co/XMhocvCL1m
— Irene F. Irene (@irenefingirene) October 28, 2015
@baseballcrank This is insulting to 4 year olds.
— Andrew (@awstar11) October 28, 2015
Yep. Definitely projecting.
— Andrew (@TheFoyeEffect) October 28, 2015
Better sit down, Richard, before you hurt yourself.
I'm pretty sure when I was 4 I could tell the difference between candy & cigarettes. https://t.co/NOOvJcEChl
— Dan McLaughlin (@baseballcrank) October 28, 2015
Um yes, I could absolutely tell the difference between Big League Chew and my dad's Red Man. https://t.co/JKalWt6XRx
— From Flatwater (@FromFlatwater) October 28, 2015
I always confused skoal with skittles when I was a child https://t.co/fyzEcRgtdf
— Elizabeth Harrington (@LizWFB) October 28, 2015
Open it, and there's tobacco and not candy inside… If you are still having problems, life will be hard for you. pic.twitter.com/6A6hjlvEi9
— Noah Rothman (@NoahCRothman) October 28, 2015
$1 says any kid who doesn't know the difference can't open a can of chew anyway. I've opened hundreds of them. https://t.co/Bb1EgZJS3b
— T (@FirstTeamTommy) October 28, 2015
You know, Sen. Blumenthal really shouldn’t be lecturing anyone on the ability to make distinctions:
— F. Bill McMorris (@FBillMcMorris) October 28, 2015
@baseballcrank In his defense, he couldn't tell the difference between serving in Vietnam and not serving in Vietnam. As an adult.
— Sean Davis (@seanmdav) October 28, 2015
Such a twerp.