Steve Stockman has once again outdone himself when it comes to outlandish, attention-grabbing antics.
No matter what holiday you celebrate this time of year – or what the occasion might be – President Barack Obama has a message for you: #GetCovered through Obamacare.
Christmas came early for conservatives on Twitter this afternoon as the official White House Twitter account tweeted this photo of President Barack Obama holding a sign that says “#GetCovered because: Nobody should go broke just because they got sick!”
California Rep. Darrell Issa, the man behind the Internet sensation that is #FridayKitty, has proven once again why he’s the Congressional Master of Twitter.
Michael Moore celebrates being partly right in his prediction of the Boston Marathon bombings suspects
Michael Moore is thrilled that the authorities have identified suspects in the Boston Marathon bombings — not because justice is being served — but because he guessed right that the culprits weren’t women.
Former Congressman and frequent presidential candidate Ron Paul (R-Texas) made headlines this morning when he posted a controversial tweet on his Twitter account in response to the death of ”American Sniper” author Christopher Kyle, who was killed at point-blank range outside a Texas shooting range Saturday by a veteran suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
Paul, one of Congress’ most notorious libertarians, has a long history of opposing American military intervention abroad. He was one of the few Republicans in Congress to vote against the War on Terrorism.
In a controversial tweet meant to be a joke, Republican Senator John McCain (R-AZ) has compared Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to a monkey.
“So Ahmadinejad wants to be first Iranian in space – wasn’t he just there last week? ‘Iran launches monkey into space’ news.yahoo.com/iran-launches-…” the tweet read, immediately causing quite a stir online.
The Senator immediately followed up with a tweet asking people to “… lighten up, folks, can’t everyone take a joke?” But at that point, it was too late.