Marz comments about GOP debate
GOP has reached the point where Paul Ryan is the sage adult in the room. Even the ghost of Ayn Rand chuckles at that.— Ron Marz (@ronmarz) October 28, 2015
I would appreciate it if GOP debaters would save their REALLY stupid statements for the innings breaks during tonight's #WorldSeries— Ron Marz (@ronmarz) October 28, 2015
I think plenty of people would appreciate it if Marz would cease with his really dreary statements and just concentrate on writing. And maybe not waste so much time on Twitter when scriptwriting would make for time better spent.
Am I to understand that Donald Trump didn't bite anyone, nor did Ben Carson fall asleep during #GOPDebate? What's the point?— Ron Marz (@ronmarz) October 29, 2015
What's the point of attacking either one if he can't elucidate why he doesn't like either candidate? And if he's got no issues with Hilary Clinton or any other Democrat candidate, that's all the more reason why there's no point in his ranting about GOP candidates. Then, in response to a tweet where Carson makes an ironic statement about the differences between Noah's Ark and the Titanic, he says:
Also important to remember that Indiana Jones found the Ark, and then those darn Nazis stole it! https://t.co/LE5zfVpQ0G— Ron Marz (@ronmarz) October 30, 2015
Carson's talking about Noah's sea vehicle, Mr. Marz, not the holy scripture container the ancient Israelites built. Also important to remember is that in Raiders of the Lost Ark, after first unsuccessfully trying to get hold of the scripture ark, Indy and Marion Ravenwood finally managed to bring it back to the US after the Nazis attempted to use it for vapid power siphoning, and the Nazis' experiments backfired on them, resulting in their melting and disintegrating into the dust. Vaguely similar to how Obamacare is now collapsing.
Oh, and how interesting that Marz has such hostile feelings towards a black politician like Carson, and probably has nothing against parroting the smear jobs already being led against Carson. And it's just like an ultra-liberal to turn against a politician simply because he doesn't follow his leads.
And there we have it, Marz is still as ultra-leftist as ever, and no genuine sign of him changing that in the forseeable future.