Good thing the conservatives and moderates have many guns and lots and lots and lots of ammo. Any guesses which foreign corp will come at us first? Good thing they have the general public worried about all these other problems in the world that way they can slide this right by all the bickering public.
Peggy Lee ~ I Enjoy Being A Girl
Dexter Gordon ~ Darn That Dream
Don't ask for a truce, either. This guy didn't.
Forbidding Tom Cotton and his traitorous colleagues from using government-purchased stationery and electronic devices is by no means a violation of his First Amendment rights. In fact, it could be considered a prime method of cutting the annual deficit, something that never concerned Republican Senators when G. W. Bush was President. If Cotton wants to grandstand against President Obama, he can buy his own paper and cell phone and grandstand away. WIth his net salary of $174,000 plus expenses, he can afford a few reams of paper and a cell phone.
After all, there are probably thousands of educators (paid less than half of what Cotton makes) such as myself at American state-supported universities who have to buy our own paper and print cartridges in order to print tests for our students, since our teabagger legislators continue to cut educational budgets to pay for tax cuts for their primary donors.