That was from the former Iowa state GOP chairman, who also served as the senior director of Rick Perry's campaign for president. Here are some of the replies he received:My party is committing suicide on national television. #GOPDebate— Jamie Johnson (@JamieJohnsonUSA) March 4, 2016
@JamieJohnsonUSA what did you think would happen after decades of anti-intellectualism, homophobia, and just plain indifference?— Hah! Lash me! (@mehals) March 4, 2016
@JamieJohnsonUSA It's a mercy killing.— Steve & Renee Schulz (@Bear_n_kitten) March 4, 2016
@JamieJohnsonUSA reap/sow.— Ritalinhead (@Ritalinhead) March 4, 2016
@JamieJohnsonUSA You allowed it to happen, you have only yourselves to blame— Cindy Lou North (@cindynorth1) March 4, 2016
@JamieJohnsonUSA Thankfully. Getting rid of the obstructionist GOP gives us a chance at real progress.— Richard L. Strohm (@malibu_tri) March 4, 2016
@JamieJohnsonUSA dog whistle politics have attracted the dogs— Maria (@mariootsa) March 4, 2016
Notice a pattern here?
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