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The Charlotte Observer’s editorial cartoonist Kevin Siers skewers N.C. House Speaker Thom “Divide and Conquer” Tillis this morning.  

It’s a fine addition to what has been a healthy week of coverage of the story that Chris Fitzsimon broke here on Tuesday.

It will be interesting to see if the Speaker finds a way to improve on his explanation of the whole affair — something that has pretty much amounted to  “humunah, humunah, humunah.”

One Comment


  1. Jimmy

    October 14, 2011 at 2:06 pm

    There are plenty of companies who do random drug testing to employees. Aren’t these folks “working” for the government ?

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