We’ve seen this movie before, and if the latest reports are correct, we may see it again: Mike Huckabee might again run for the GOP nomination in 2016. Rush-bashing, Common Core-peddling Huckabee fails at radio, readies another presidential bid. #trygolfinstead washingtonexaminer.com/article/254064…— Michelle Malkin (@michellemalkin) December 12, 2013 For many, there is a collective “no thanks,” […]
Many celebs took to Twitter to urge people to #GetCovered under Obamacare. For people who might pride themselves on being in “creative” fields of endeavor, you’ll notice that a lot of them used “canned” tweets: #GetCovered at this moment so you put yourself in the best place for the next moment. deets.at/07Dt— T.I. (@Tip) December […]
Jake Tapper was right. The tweet from @WhiteHouse encouraging Americans to #GetCovered was indeed an invitation for mockery, and citizens delivered: @jaketapper He convinced me: http://t.co/zjEzNnhJJg— Yair Rosenberg (@Yair_Rosenberg) December 12, 2013 #GetCovered http://t.co/En7OQSZIXH— Jay Caruso (@JayCaruso) December 12, 2013 I couldn't resist. http://t.co/NqdNrPhUqH— Dan McLaughlin (@baseballcrank) December 12, 2013 I don't have photoshop. http://t.co/MRnkmVP6Ec— […]
Very bad touch. Here’s what California’s Obamacare exchange was up to today: "We've already touched more than 21 million Americans this morning – including tweets from @adamlevine, @TatyanaAli & @Pitbull." #GetCovered— Covered California (@CoveredCA) December 12, 2013 And that was just this morning. Imagine what they’ve been up to for the last two months … […]
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