Area Man Objects to D.C. Statehood

Deep Thoughts From Tom Cotton

Black-majority DC shouldn’t become a state because there are not enough lumberjacks?

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12 Responses to Area Man Objects to D.C. Statehood

  1. I’m clinically nearly deaf and I could hear that racist dog whistle air raid siren. If he’s the face of the GOP going forward, they’re gonna be marching like this in 2024:

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    • R White says:

      It’s almost guaranteed that mr. cotton will be the flag bearer of the morally bankrupt republican party since nikki haley isn’t white enough and josh hawley has the charisma of a flat-head screw. Besides, who else but cotton best represents the 62 million lobotomized and aggrieved white ‘muricans who need the company of fellow assholes to go have beers with?

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  2. donnah says:

    Tom Cotton: white, fluffy, suitable only for stuffing something. He has as many brains as a Q- Tip.

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  3. roket says:

    Tommy Boy is evidently not counting republican politicians who have been mining, logging and manufacturing bullshit for years. Sad that.

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  4. MDavis says:

    He’s dissing Reagan, and that service economy that dude was so enamored of. Saint Ronnie!
    No one will notice because that isn’t the real message.

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  5. Dennis Cole says:

    Waitaminnit – you mean tRump didn’t fire up all the old, abandoned factories ringing our nation’s Capitol, like he promised? Which puts Wyoming so far ahead in manufacturing that DC could never catch up.

    But it seem to me that DC has something more in abundance that Wyoming doesn’t……something to do with meat-grinders & sausage-making? Or something similar?

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  6. Bobble-neck slapdick. –h/t Charlie Pierce

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  7. spotthedog says:

    Sounds kinda partial to beefy, sweaty blue-collar types, hmmm.

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  8. Chris Papalia says:

    A lack of mining and timber workers; that’s been Puerto Rico‘s problem all these years?

    People complaining about Washington DC not having senators while ignoring Puerto Rico still being a colony?

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