There are times when comments are left that just plain force me to go look. Today was no exception.
Under the post where District 3 Democrat House Candidate Nikki Bootz explained that Legislators only deal with certain issues…
Someone left a notation from her Twitter feed which is either really eye-opening, or at the least, in-artfully stated:
— Nikki Bootz (@NikkiBootz) February 17, 2015
Um, yeah. OK. I’m not sure I understand. So, which is retired from stripping? Another word composed of 3-5 characters added to the statement would have added a lot of clarity to that tweet.
Darn it. Of course, with a statement like that, I had to go look and see what other pearls of wisdom that Democrat Candidate Ms. Boots decided to pass to the world. Suffice it to say that I wasn’t disappointed. (and pardon the language):
You didn’t happen to work in a Taco John’s recently, did you?
Say, I hate to mention it, but the whole “R” word thing isn’t really cool, you know.
Seriously, Nikki. Not cool. And thank God I’m done having children.
Why do I think Democrats may have to offer her some sensitivity training?
Ohhh my. Lots and lots of sensitivity training. Yep.
Why do I think for Republicans, Nikki is the gift that’s going to keep on giving in District 3?
So, Nikki’s opinion is that “slave factory workers” are “morons?” Not going to be a supporter of 3M in Aberdeen, is she? Is there anyone left for her to offend?
“Theatre Class is hard? Since when #f***Northern”
So, is #f***northern going to be a hash tag for everyday use of her campaign? Or is she saving that for when she’s elected to the legislature, and would be asked to vote on the budget for the Board of Regents?
— CAHeidelberger (@coralhei) May 1, 2016
Sorry Cory. I’m thinking you’re going to be 0 for 3 on that one.