How insane is Dem Gov. O’Malley? THIS insane!/RBPundit/status/519857633743101952

Simple, right? Nope.


— RB (@RBPundit) October 8, 2014

No, really: WHUT? Take a look at the latest absurdity from Maryland’s Gov. O’Malley:

"WiFi is a human right.” – Martin O’Malley Also Frosted Flakes

— Jon Ward (@jonward11) October 8, 2014

Dude. Stop it. Just … stop.

@jonward11 what the fuck?

— Spergon Wynn (@SpergonWynn) October 8, 2014

The pure stupidity astounds me. RT @jonward11: "WiFi is a human right.” – Martin O’Malley Also Frosted Flakes

— Christy Lynn (@ChristyLynnLSU) October 8, 2014

The mockery of the Democrat governor was swift and sure.

Martin O'Malley said WiFi is a human right? He's been spending too much time in the fake n bake chamber.

— Jay Caruso (@JayCaruso) October 8, 2014

@jonward11 @instapundit Also unlimited text and talk,30+MPG, 10GB Cloud storage, Electricity, #InventANewHumanRight

— Paul Hensler (@PaulHensler) October 8, 2014

"Wi-Fi is a human right. Because otherwise the Iphones we are born with are practically useless." — Martin O'Malley #HumanRights

— Brian Jones (@FlashHeart59) October 8, 2014

"100 calorie double cheeseburgers from Five Guys are a human right." – Martin O'Malley

— Popehat (@Popehat) October 8, 2014

It takes a special kind of stupid to claim that wi-fi is a human right. Looking at you, Martin O'Malley.

— RB (@RBPundit) October 8, 2014

Triple stuffed crust pizza. Fucking human right.

— S.M (@redsteeze) October 8, 2014

@daveweigel @jonward11 It's actually harmful. When everything is a human right, nothing is a human right.

— Sean Hackbarth (@seanhackbarth) October 8, 2014

Ding, ding, ding!

RT @SonnyBunch: The phrase “human right” officially has no meaning. MT @jonward11: "WiFi is a human right.” – Martin O’Malley

— Dan McLaughlin (@baseballcrank) October 8, 2014


C'mon guys, O'Malley didn't say "Wifi is a human right", he said his young dumb lib constituents believe it is, so we must go along with it.

— Shane Styles (@shaner5000) October 8, 2014

Well, he said they realize its a “human right,” as if it is. More from CNN:

“Baby boomers and older were often told that if we specialize in terms of our skills, we will be more secure and prosperous, that the definition of ‘making it” was living out in the suburbs as far way as possible with the biggest lawn possible,” he said. “Young people have flipped that on its head. Younger people are choosing to live in cities. They realize that connections to each other are making us better. That WiFi is a human right. That proximity is important to entrepreneurship, access to capital and talent and diversity. There is an opportunity there for us as a nation to embrace that new perspective.”

So, either way, this sums it up nicely:

@jonward11 @instapundit That is mental disease. Or in other words, liberalism. It is NOT a right. It is a luxury.

— Buddy File (@Burning4Buddy) October 8, 2014


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