Binro the Heretic - 2013-06-25 Standing up for thirteen hours without leaning on anything or straying off the topic, surrounded by smug assholes who only win elections because they've gerrymandered the districts to unfairly represent the smug asshole vote. None of them would care enough about about any issue to do what you're doing and even if they did, I doubt they'd be capable of it.
Hegemony Cricket - 2013-06-25 That is some classic Texas hair. Classic to the point that I currently crave a sack of kolaches.
millerman13 - 2013-06-25 The republicans voted to declare her backbrace was against the rules. Then they warned her when she put it back on. These people are fucking evil.
Spaceman Africa - 2013-06-26 It's great that important democratic decisions are decided by who can withstand what amounts to human endurance competitions.
Konversekid - 2013-06-26 Politics is essentially Survivor with nice food and buildings.
bac - 2013-06-26 Right. I mean hell yeah what she's doing but the fact she has to do it at all...the fact that this is a part of the democratic process is mind boggling.
cognitivedissonance - 2013-06-26 The fact that we can't hold a national referendum to boot Texas from the Union and force them to build their own damn wall from the scary brown people is a damn shame as well.
SteamPoweredKleenex - 2013-06-26 It's cute how you think the process to bring crap like this to the verge of becoming law had a whole lot to do with democracy.
Old_Zircon - 2013-06-26 Texas is a net exporter of wealth; theoretically, if they were allowed to leave peacefully and their trade with the US wasn't regulated they could probably make it. You know, until Mexico decided to take its land back.
TeenerTot - 2013-06-26 She did it! They missed the vote deadline!
Until they have a "special session," of course.
But for now, she's my hero.
baleen - 2013-06-26 11 hours of talking and standing without being able to lean on anything or sit down.