Skip to comments.Missouri state senator tweets hate toward conservatives
Posted on 08/25/2013 9:25:21 AM PDT by Nachum
Everyone knows by now, a mastery of social media is a necessity if you want to maintain a successful political campaign or career. Seemingly, social etiquette is absent in some social media as recent months have shown how a miss use of it can draw negative attention to yourself. Former U.S. Congressman, Anthony Wiener, is the most notorious example of how it can ruin a career. In 2011 he resigned his position after sexually suggestive tweets, sent to a 21 year-old woman, became viral and the targets of media fodder. And again, earlier this summer, while campaigning for mayor of New York City, Weiners sexting tweets, to a 22 year old woman, were exposed on a website, The Dirty, under the alias of Carlos Danger. After the event, his favorability rating dropped drastically and he lost his lead in the primary race.
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“My account was hacked!”
Yeah, that’s the ticket...
I strongly dislike the term “Hate” in this context. It is quite silly, actually. I saw an FB meme that said, “Elimin8 Hate” next to a pic of a young Saint Trayvon. It was stupid..
The Party of Hate rides again
It seems whenever Weiner’s name is mentioned in an article, an ad pops-up and I’m asked to admit or deny. And there was a Viagra ad.
No. I don’t want to ‘feel the love.’ I do not want it, Sam I am.
I note that this article has no byline. Good thing, it’s very poorly written, opening with a blurb about Weiner (presumably to catch people’s attention) then throwing in the Tweeter quote’s without any context, and finally tossing in some quote that may or may not be connected to the story.
I guess that this is what passes for journalism these days.
Coming from Missouri, that is not new.
Let those in government and in the Ruling Class oligarchy hate us Conservatives.
Let them express it openly.
Let them publish their hatred of us and our principles widely.
It will make what has to be done, much easier.
Jamilah Nasheed did it, not Anthony Weiner. ;’) Thanks Nachum, additional:
Keep laughing f*cking idiot: Lib Mo. state senator gets nasty, deletes tweets too late
I took a road trip in June, and I drove the state from top to bottom, and there was something I just didn’t like about the state. Then I crossed a bridge into Nebrasaka, and it hit me: Missouri seems like my home state of Massachusetts.