This story comes from the Daily Kos (thanks to Eric Fitch).
Wash your hands after using the bathroom, right?
If we require restaurants to place signs saying that they do not require their employees to wash their hands after using the bathroom that's regulation, right?
Here is what his website says about the Senator:
Through hard work and dedication Thom quickly moved up the corporate ladder, earning his degree at 36 and becoming a top-level executive at PricewaterhouseCoopers and IBM. Thom’s 22-year private sector career in technology and management consulting has provided him with a deep understanding of policy-making and the management of complex organizations.
Apparently the transmission of germs and disease by dirty hands was not in the cards during his meteoric rise to the U.S. Senate.
And what excellent timing, Senator! I wonder if he vaccinated his children.
My late mother, a proud, intelligent Tar Heeler, must be rolling over in her grave.
Where do they get these guys?
At least Tillis supports clean water.
By the way - an Israeli Twitter follower of mine says they don't use the term 'anti-vaxxer' but 'pro-diseaser' instead. Nice ring to that.
"Conservatives are not necessarily stupid, but most stupid people are conservatives." - John Stuart Mill