Chuck Grassley goes after the History Channel again
I've turned to history. Channel. Several times this wkend always Pawn Shop. No history. Change nAme of channel to no history
— ChuckGrassley (@ChuckGrassley) June 23, 2012
As we have noted before, Sen. Chuck Grassley is not a fan of the programming on the History Channel at times. Today, he reiterated his displeasure.
There were some very entertaining responses to his opinion.
— Mary Wilson-Sholler (@thequiltsister) June 23, 2012
— Dirty-Potential (@NanoBot13) June 23, 2012
@ChuckGrassley The History Channel finally figured out who won WWII; now they're working out how we're going to pay the heating bill.
— Stefan Edward Jones (@StefanEJones) June 23, 2012
@ChuckGrassley There ought to be a law or something.
— Barry Schwartz (@chemoelectric) June 23, 2012
@ChuckGrassley Many network have changed their format and not their name. A&E used to really have the arts on it. Now fake reality show crap
— Rick Again (@Rickagain) June 23, 2012
— Bill (@DCBeerBill) June 23, 2012
@ChuckGrassley If you were in charge of the History Channel what would you put on?
— Big Swag Haver (@ODonnellKM84) June 23, 2012
@ChuckGrassley Nice to know I'm not the only one annoyed.
— Mair (@MairZdoatz) June 23, 2012
@ChuckGrassley I was complaining about that just last night. Nothing on the History Channel that I enjoy watching anymore.
— Tom Head (@_tomhead) June 23, 2012
Some found it as an opportunity to hurl personal attacks at the senator.
.@ChuckGrassley The nurses will be by to change the channel for you, Pepaw. Cocoon starts in ten minutes.
— Imani ABL (@AngryBlackLady) June 23, 2012
If you want humor, follow @ChuckGrassley. The man is an actual senator but tweets like a parody account.
— Melvin Backman (@MelvinBackman) June 23, 2012
— Mary (@MFL1956) June 23, 2012
@ChuckGrassley There is much more history knowledge on Pawn Stars than in your tiny brain.
— Allen Boyd (@THE1_AB) June 23, 2012
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