I encountered a Tweet-Hole yesterday. Some liberal mushroom thought they had something to add to the vote fraud debate and sent me this. The link takes you to a Media Matters article in which the author loosely speculates about close races and claims of voter fraud. We are apparently meant to assume that fraud has …
Why would the spokes-model for the New Hampshire Democrat Party be sending me a Direct Message on Twitter, linked to a dangerous web site, at 2:45 AM on a Sunday morning?
Twitter inspires the opportunity to aggravate the leftists who insist on following conservatives there. Not every witticism will fit on Twitter. Sometimes you have to write a blog and post a link. And then there are the thoughts that are too short to blog and too long to tweet. (Some things can’t be said in under 140 characters.)
According to Mashable, congressional Tweets are down 30% since the Weinergate debacle unfolded. The lesson in the aftermath seems to be that less Twitter is better if your day job lands you in the Capitol building.
Political Scoop confirmed that the July Fourth Forum Twitter page is a fake. The page continues to tweet links to things in the demo-sphere while making lots of woot woot remarks.