The Presidential Debate In Tweets
Romney with the T.K.O.? Here's what Twitter had to say.
By Nubyjas Wilborn October 04, 2012, 10:49 AM EST
No wonder David Stern keeps such a tight leash on Mark Cuban.
What Im liking bout MR is the okiedoke he is pulling on Repubs. Use them to get elected, then ignore them & negotiate to middle ground— Mark Cuban (@mcuban) October 4, 2012
Tell us how you really feel, Jim.
Email from POTUS: "Jim -- I hope I made you proud out there explaining the vision we share for this country." Well, sir, you did not.— Jim Trotter (@SI_JimTrotter) October 4, 2012
Once you tweet it’s there forever..even if you delete it.
Actually, Bill, I’d want you to moderate the next debate.
my rating: Romney won the debate, Obama had the facts on his side, and Lehrer sucked. Next debate, get @sethmacfarlane to host!— Bill Maher (@billmaher) October 4, 2012
While we’re asking for explanations, can you explain how the “up-tempo” Hawks will make the playoffs?
I just want Romney to a least mention something about how he's going to execute this 'plan' just mention something lol— Anthony Morrow (@MrAnthonyMorrow) October 4, 2012
Obama dropped the ball on that, but not as much as your 100 million dollar defensive lineman Mario Williams has this season. (Editor’s note: Watch it, Nu! Us Buffalonians are sensitive about this subject…we’re on the verge of snapping. Pump the brakes, fam.)
47 minutes into the debate and no mention of the Rommey 47% comment. Wild. #NBCPolitics— Luke Russert (@LukeRussert) October 4, 2012
Inquiring minds want to know.
You think Mitt and Obama got together on who was gonna wear the red tie and who was gonna wear the blue tie— Forrest Griffin (@ForrestGriffin) October 4, 2012
Bold and daring at the same damn time.
man looked jim lehrer in the eye and said, "after we fry big bird, you're next." and both sides say he won. think about that.— Bomani Jones (@bomani_jones) October 4, 2012
Squeaky wheel gets the oil.
So I guess becuz Mitt was much louder&more fidgety tht every1 is gonna 4GET this man is ON CAMERA plotting against 47% of the likes of us— Tichina Arnold (@TichinaArnold) October 4, 2012
Get down or lay down Bill Bellamy
Somebody tell Big Bird to lay low!!! It's hot on these Streets! The Man coming for ya Dawg!!! Ernie get your Man down South somewhere! Lol!!— BILL BELLAMY (@BILLBELLAMY) October 4, 2012
So you’re not down with the 47%?
What would you know about being Over Aggressive?
I think Romney was over aggressive at times but definitely won the debate. However I think Obama will be re elected as president— Reggie Bush (@reggie_bush) October 4, 2012
Way to throw your teammate to the Twitter wolves, Dre.
Saw a lil of debate (was at the gym), but seeing @spencerhawes00 is so happy I'm guessing Obama caught a left hook and didn't get up...— Andre Iguodala (@mindofAI9) October 4, 2012
He’s saving the knockout blow for the later rounds.
Obama was very very passive in this debate— Andre Berto (@AndreBerto) October 4, 2012
Since you know what everyone needs, what will it take for the Pirates to have their first winning season since 1991?
Jim Lehrer need a couple of body 350lb body guards standing by him so he can gain a little controll of this debate.— Daniel McCutchen (@DanielMcCutchen) October 4, 2012
I bet it was more intense than Jim Schwartz and Jim Harbaugh’s handshake this season.
I wonder what they were saying as they shook hands lol— Malcolm Jenkins (@MalcolmJenkins) October 4, 2012
Chad: you’ll never get a job with Tweets like this, no matter who is in office.
That’s what they do in debates, sir.
At some points during the debate I felt like I was watching Bridesmaids when they kept grabbing the mic to one-up each other— Dane Fletcher (@Dane_Fletcher) October 4, 2012
Sure, why not?
When Gronks are president. Gov't employees would have to wear #zubaz. Party rock would play after the anthem. Shirts are optional— Dan Gronkowski (@DGronko) October 4, 2012
Get to the money!
You know what I want to see debated? Campaign finance reform. Citizens United. Term limits. Tax reform. Cure the disease, not the symptoms.— Chris Kluwe (@ChrisWarcraft) October 4, 2012