Well, I am back today with more from the realm of Twitter. After seeing a few Tweets that made me literally laugh out loud or nod vigourously in agreement, I knew I had to share them.
So, think of this as another Election BONUS Post.
If Obama wins, I’m leaving the country. If Romney wins, I’m leaving the country. This isn’t a political tweet, I just want to travel.
— Retarded Dad (@FunnyEvil) November 5, 2012
There is some contention on Twitter about the actual origin of this statement. One person replyed to @FunnyEvil that comedian Jeffrey Ross had first said this. It doesn’t appear to be in his recent Tweets. He must have said it in a show or elsewhere. So, to whomever actually came up with this, my hat is off.
The results from District 12 are in and I’m going to call it. President Snow reelected to lead Panem. Baaaaaaaaad call, people. Bad call. — Josh Horowitz (@joshuahorowitz) November 7, 2012
Ooops! Wrong election, but well done Josh Horowitz.
BREAKING: Obama shows up to work today in Uggs, pajama shirt. Spends hour on Buzzfeed before checking e-mail. — Chris Regan (@ChrisRRegan) November 7, 2012
Ha! The real work is over.
Congratulations to the GOP for their clever plan to get more women into the Senate. But all you had to do was ask, really.
— George Wiman (@georgewiman) November 7, 2012
This one requires an Amen.
I want to give big shoutouts to Elizabeth Warren, Tammy Baldwin and Claire McCaskill. Being female in politics is probably one of the most difficult places to be a woman in the United States, yet these women pushed and fought for their positions. As we watched Elizabeth Warren’s interview on the TODAY Show this morning, I explained to my Claire that it was a big moment and should be evidence that she truly can be anything she wants.
So, here’s to you and the many other women in Congress who have preceded you, the women who have supported you and the men who understand that sometimes it really does take a woman!