The Nazis never saw themselves as villains.— Stonekettle (@Stonekettle) June 18, 2018
You look at the horrible atrocities they committed and you think they MUST have known they were the monsters.
But they didn't.
Instead, the Nazis thought they themselves were the VICTIMS.
29 years and nine months ago I registered to vote and became a member of The Republican Party which was founded in 1854 to oppose slavery and stand for the dignity of human life. Today I renounce my membership in the Republican Party. It is fully the party of Trump.— Steve Schmidt (@SteveSchmidtSES) June 20, 2018
It's a topsy-turvy world when we quote a priest, especially on Father's Day, but, I mean, he is a father. And he speaks truth. Read his whole Twitter thread below. Enjoy the other Tweets while you're at it.
Anyway, idiots, all the spineless and cowardly GOP senators and representatives who are allowing this to happen are complete complete and total idiots. So, too, is every single person who deludes themselves into thinking they hold any moral high ground while still supporting these heinous idiots in this administration who are creating concentration camps for children of desperate people seeking asylum. Whiskey?! Tango?! Foxtrot?! you absolute Foxtrotting, lowlife imbeciles. Seriously, W?! T?! F?!
Like many, I've resisted using this word but it's time: the deliberate and unnecessary separation of innocent children from their parents is pure evil. It does not come from God or from any genuinely moral impulse. It is wantonly cruel and targets the most vulnerable. 1/— James Martin, SJ (@JamesMartinSJ) June 18, 2018
Now @SpeakerRyan imagine Liza frozen in terror alone in a warehouse, Charlie tearing at the pants of a stranger as he screams for his mom, and Sam wrapped in a scratchy blanket sobbing on a cold slab of concrete. Happy Father’s Day. https://t.co/Zpt8jmchik— Carole Barrowman (@BarrowmanCrime) June 17, 2018
Not 1 Republican! Not one Republican will stand against the savage tearing away of children from their childhoods. Not 1 Republican. You lowlife, ugly, subhuman waste. You disgrace your country for all time... https://t.co/nPPzj6sYOc— Ron Perlman (@perlmutations) June 18, 2018
Eleanor Roosevelt was too busy fighting segregation, writing a syndicated column for 30 years, earning 35 honorary degrees and flying with Amelia Earhart but cool that we finally have a First Lady who never talks but has perfect eyebrows. https://t.co/Z7wh0O35l0— Daniel Kibblesmith
Standings and Stats . Make A Trade . Pay Already
It's hard enough to catch 1 foul ball.— Cut4 (@Cut4) June 10, 2018
Imagine catching 2 in the same game on CONSECUTIVE pitches. pic.twitter.com/jFwHWLkZ22
Meanwhile, we here at the SLPL don't glean motivation so much as points, points earned toward a death pool we created to make fun of the creepy Cardinals for their heinous practice. With Red's death, nine SLPL teams earning a minimum of 25 points for having him on their Hall of Fame Death Pool rosters at least once. Doc Ellis D owner Frank Sumrall and Donde Esta Mi Cerveza owner Tom Kinchus both earned 75 points, Frank for having Red on his roster three times and Tom for having him on his roster once plus earning 50 points for having the Magic Number of 6, which is the date of Red's death.
Here's how points are awarded for the HOF Death Pool.
Found at today's White House rally: One Eagles hat, one Eagles jersey, one man kneeling, nobody who can name Nick Foles https://t.co/k0UrTkztzL— Sports Illustrated (@SInow) June 6, 2018
That there is a truckload of crazy, all consolidated in writing onto a carefully-manicured if poorly-spelled crazy truck. Whiskey?! Tango?! Foxtrot?! crazed driver? Seriously, W?! T?! F?!