Photographic evidence: #NCGA “feminist” group-think in action

Posted by: ST on July 30, 2013 at 9:37 pm

Pro-abortion “feminists”, motivated – bizarrely enough – by a Maine state [Democrat] representative by the name of  Rep. Diane Russell, organized a “Twitter bomb” of sorts today (for non-Twitter users, that means “spamming”) the governor of my state for signing into law a bill that will make abortion clinics in North Carolina safer for women.  Instead of coming up with commentary for him that was original and creative they, well, used a canned response created by “the powers that be” and repeatedly spammed his account.  The below screencap is just a SMALL sampling of the repeated use of the same couple of  “condemnations” over and over again – some with the suspicious “egg” accounts … meaning accounts that likely are NOT real. SHOCKING!

Groupthink

Any questions?

Now some would say, “But ST, people organize letter-writing campaigns all the time and they are sometimes successful.” That’s true, but letter writing is different and – it takes a lot longer to write a letter than it does to compose a 140 character Tweet.  It doesn’t take much time and thought to type out your own unique message to elected officials on Twitter – so why couldn’t these “feminists” come up with something of their own? Guess it’s asking too much of my “intellectual betters” aka “REAL women” to actually have any independent thoughts outside of their pervasive “group-think” culture. *  Insert sad face here. *

PS: And for any conservatives who do this, too – STOP IT! :-w

Obedience

Just say no … to hero worship and group-think, especially when the ”hero” is in the form of an opportunistic politician, and the group-think is, well, group-thinky. (Photo via @ExJon)

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  1. To write a letter requires a variety of skills, not to mention time, thought, literacy, and effort. Skills which should have been learned early in life include the ability to write coherently, present organized thoughts in a persuasive manner, all while using warm and friendly tones for maximum effect.

    To be a “keyboard commando” takes a cowardly idiot armed with anonymity and little else.

  2. Lorica says:

    LOL Ya gotta love how they all take their clues from the same talking points.

    That picture bothers me, as the obvious worship is just horrifying. Everyday, because of liberals, I lose alittle more faith in humankind. We will never overcome as long as there are people like this in the world whose every thought is fed to them by the lunacy of others. – Lorica

  3. Kathy says:

    Look like adoring sheep to me.
    No wonder they can only copytweet.