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The conservatives OWN Twitter. They use it for political purposes. The shortener bit.ly is the premier means of taking unwieldly URLS and turning them into tweet friendly size chunks.

The definition of oneself in a positive light and one's opponent in the negative is the very heart and soul of running a political campaign. If the conservatives truly own Twitter they'll have applied this most common tool to this most common political problem, right?

So, these poor Democrats ought to have really bad things attached to their names.


AKSEN Mark Begich


ARSEN Blanche Lincoln


ARSEN Mark Pryor


CASEN Barbara Boxer


CASEN Diane Feinstein


COSEN Mark Udall


COSEN Michael Bennet


CTSEN Chris Dodd


FLSEN Bill Nelson


HISEN Dan Akaka


HISEN Dan Inouye


IASEN Tom Harkin


ILSEN Dick Durbin


INSEN Evan Bayh


LASEN Mary Landrieu


MASEN John Kerry


MDSEN Barbara Mikulski


MDSEN Ben Cardin


MISEN Amy Klobuchar


MISEN Carl Levin


MISEN Debbie Stabenow


MNSEN Al Franken


MOSEN Claire McCaskill


MTSEN Jon Tester


MTSEN Max Baucus


NCSEN Kay Hagan


NDSEN Byron Dorgan


NDSEN Kent Conrad


NESEN Ben Nelson


NHSEN Jeanne Shaheen


NJSEN Bob Menendez


NJSEN Frank Lautenberg


NMSEN Jeff Bingaman


NMSEN Tom Udall


NMSEN Tom Udall


NVSEN Harry Reid


NVSEN Harry Reid


NYSEN Chuck Schumer


NYSEN Kirsten Gillibrand


OHSEN Sherrod Brown


ORSEN Jeff Merkley


ORSEN Ron Wyden


PASEN Arlen Specter


PASEN Bob Casey


RISEN Jack Reed


RISEN Sheldon Whitehouse


SDSEN Tim  Johnson


VASEN Jim Webb


VASEN Mark Warner


VTSEN Bernie Sanders


VTSEN Pat Leahy


WASEN Maria Cantwell


WASEN Patty Murray


WISEN Herb Kohl


WISEN Russ Feingold


WVSEN Jay Rockefeller


WVSEN Robert Byrd

 And these conservative Twitter landlords ought to have shining examples of their policy victories attached to their names.



AKSEN Lisa Murkowski


ALSEN Jeff Sessions


ALSEN Richard Shelby


AZSEN John McCain


AZSEN Jon Kyl


FLSEN George LeMieux


GASEN Johnny Isakson


GASEN Saxby Chambliss


IASEN Chuck Grassley


IDSEN Mike Crapo


INSEN Dick Lugar


KYSEN Mitch McConnell


LASEN David Vitter


MASEN Scott Brown


MESEN Olympia Snowe


MESEN Susan Collins


MSSEN Roger Wicker


MSSEN Thad Cochran


NCSEN Richard Burr


NESEN Mike Johanns


NVSEN John Ensign


OKSEN Jim Inhofe


OKSEN Tom Coburn


SCSEN Jim DeMint


SCSEN Lindsey Graham


SDSEN John Thune


TNSEN Bob Corker


TNSEN Lamar Alexander


TXSEN John Cornyn (== teh BIG funni


TXSEN Kay Bailey Hutchinson


UTSEN Bob Bennett


UTSEN Orrin Hatch


WYSEN John Barrasso


WYSEN Mike Enzi

 
  Just terrible, isn't it? The clever conservative Twitter operatives have apparently chosen to lull the Democrats into a false sense of security. Something awful must be brewing ...

Originally posted to Blog Workers Industrial Union on Mon Jun 07, 2010 at 04:26 PM PDT.

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