Does Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez ever get tired of being dazing and brave? Not likely. But we’re emphatically tired of her glorifying herself and her debris progressive schedule:
What if a bold agenda in improving everyday people’s lives is part of a earn policy?
What if the choice btwn big ideas+ triumphing polls is a incorrect one that crept up through outsize affect ofin politics?
What if, in a person parched for change, we were liquid?
— Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@ AOC) April 16, 2019blockquote >
And what if we guided a glass of that water with a D next to it in AOC’s district?
Looks like @AOC decided to take @SpeakerPelosi‘s offend leader on!
Pelosi: “In Ocasio-Cortez’s District,’ Glass of Water Would Win With a D Next to Its Name’”
AOC: “What if, in a commonwealth parched for change, we were ocean? “https :// t.co/ rTkPabBatqhttps :// t.co/ D8 GEqkTlgO pic.twitter.com/ 3Hkh5NKj5z
— Jeryl Bier (@ JerylBier) April 16, 2019blockquote >
We’re not sure she’s smart sufficient to shed that kind of shadow. Since she’s clearly not using her ability to craft smart supposes, it’s possible that she’s reserved whatever intellect she’s came for subtweets.
But for real. The ego on this girl … arranging herself as the responses to all our problems when in reality, she wants to is not merely exacerbate existing problems but establish brand-new ones.
The Green New Deal will procreate our everyday life worse. https :// t.co/ YpCjUVes2S
— Cuffy (@ CuffyMeh) April 16, 2019blockquote >
The Green New Deal has that in common with AOC, then.
Big feelings aren’t ever sensible opinions. In your suit, they’re often not.
— MD2019 (@ DM2020MD) April 16, 2019blockquote >
After listening to AOC, we’re parched, all right. For a potent liquor.
What if you just got back behind the bar and went off Twitter.
— Stephen McLean (@ sfm_4 2) April 16, 2019blockquote >