I’m Going to Buy Susan Lynn a Large Gun

We’ll have to get some rules changed down at the state capitol. You may not realize this, but while they’re busy making sure you can carry a gun anywhere you like, they’ve left one large area at the top of the hill on Charlotte off-limits. Which is a shame, because, as I understand it, guns […]

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How Can Susan Lynn Even Write This With a Straight Face?

Representative Lynn writes (in her efforts to promote the 10th Amendment): The letter states: “The federal government seeks to control the salaries of those employed by private business, to change the provisions of private contracts, to nationalize banks, insurers and auto manufacturers, and to dictate to every person in the land what his or her […]

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Important Questions for State Representative Susan Lynn

Perhaps Little Pasture can get these answers for us. Representative Lynn says: Its WRAP week – will you wear a white ribbon? Is Representative Lynn aware that WRAP week was actually last week? Morality in Media asks every American concerned about the floodtide of pornography pouring into our nation’s communities, homes, and children’s minds to […]

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Lynn Comes so Close

Representative Lynn says It is very difficult for me to understand why if a woman requests to be treated professionally, and needs assistance to make that happen, she is later condemned as though she was the perpetrator. Hmm.  Yes.  Why is that?  What would be the cause and the mechanism that would a.) make a […]

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In Which I Cheer on Mike Turner

Yes, folks, all it takes is to be a loyal reader of Tiny Cat Pants and I will recount your exploits to the people in my office and then on the internet as if they are great victories for humanity. I will still get pissed at you on occasion, but I will cheer for you […]

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Suggested Political Mash-Up

You know what would be fun? To get State Representative Susan Lynn talking about her 10th Amendment support and her efforts to keep the Feds out of State business and then ask her about 287(g). As for 287(g) and the events of last night, I just have this to say: If you cannot face the […]

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I’m No Logician, but…

State Representative Susan Lynn says If the bill passes, any increase in CPI translates into higher wages, which produces higher costs, which translates into higher prices, thus a higher CPI results, and thereby triggering another increase in minimum wage – this effect is circular and compounding. But I don’t think I’m buying that. Any increase […]

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Political Pundits, Help!

Okay, so I’m reading this fine post by Tom Humphrey about the Lynn/McCall dust-up and I need some help reading the tea leaves here. 1. Isn’t it bullshit that these folks are claiming that they didn’t know Lynn was running? Doesn’t it seem like every time Beavers was like “I quit…” before she could get […]

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In Which Our Hero Again Raises One Eyebrow

At this: During the apology, the legislator tried once more to assure me of the sincerity of his remarks. This upset me and I expressed to Leader Mumpower that this was not really an apology. Leader Mumpower stated to the freshman legislator than this was upsetting me and that he should stop repeating his sincerity […]

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