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From @YDSAGT
Today @sendavidperdue visited Tech to campaign for Kemp. A student tried asking a simple question about… https://t.co/hhWMvMSheE
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From @YDSAGT
While @sendavidperdue campaigns in public for his endorsed candidate, he won't acknowledge questions or criticisms,… https://t.co/bPxSPUNfvf
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From @YDSAGT
If you want to halt the creep of fascism in the US and join the mass movement for equality, democracy, and liberati… https://t.co/CiSYefSVY0
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From @24aheaddotcom_
.@YDSAGT: your immigration stance would help Koch, U.S. Chamber, WalMart, Perdue Farms, etc. greatly harm American workers. Your student's "simple question" for the other Perdue is incredibly weak; asking pols such weak questions just helps them. Review your thinking.
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From @politicalhusky
@24AheadDotCom_ @YDSAGT Why is simple in quotes? Is it too hard to understand? Asking questions and holding officia… https://t.co/ahD4gioB2x
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From @24aheaddotcom_
.@politicalhusky: "simple questions" is in quotes because it's a DSAG quote in WaPo. Like Trump fans, you don't seem capable of reading & understanding. I fully support asking pols questions. My tweet is about wanting *tough* questions. Read the tweet again.
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From @politicalhusky
@24AheadDotCom_ Hey you’ve got to start with the softballs. If you can’t even handle that maybe you shouldn’t be in public office.
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From @24aheaddotcom_
.@politicalhusky: Perdue should be able to answer simple questions w/o grabbing someone's phone. @YDSAGT *helped* him by asking a weak question. If they'd tried to ask a tough, Socratic question about policy that's what would have been in the news reports.