The 10 Best Conservative Tweets of 2012
I love organic, natural products. Especially oil. #DrillBabyDrill
— Jenny Erikson (@JennyErikson) May 20, 2012
If only there were some way for Sesame Street to make money aside from govt funding. twitter.com/KarolNYC/statu…
— Karol (@KarolNYC) October 5, 2012
I’d like to organize a group of bright young people who want to change the world through working in politics, then ship them to Antarctica.
— David Burge (@iowahawkblog) October 26, 2012
I dream of a better world where chickens can cross the road without their motives being questioned.
— Conservanista (@KirkhamH) August 27, 2012
#HowToPissoffADemocratI show them my ID. And point out that I’m Black.
— Stacy Washington (@StacyOnTheRight) September 3, 2012
Yes, please tell me how fascist Republicans are as you try to control the amount of Diet Coke I drink.
— Chelsea Grunwald (@ChelseaGrunwald) June 11, 2012
From the Netroots Nation handbook: “Please do not assume anyone’s gender, even people you may have met in the past.” #Netroots
— Francesca Chambers (@fran_chambers) June 7, 2012
The first billion is a helluva lot harder RT @Drake: The first million is the hardest.
— T. Boone Pickens (@boonepickens) May 31, 2012
If our teachers were that great, why does our education system suck? How did that happen? Magic?
— benshapiro (@benshapiro) January 25, 2012
— Jedediah Bila (@JedediahBila) August 30, 2012
Making a man believe that his child doesn’t exist for decades is an unusually cruel thing to do. But for Tony Trapani, a secret letter he found after his wife...Read More
I’m OK w/ starting conservative alternatives to Facebook, Twitter, Wikipedia, Reddit, etc, but you win by taking over the real
"I can't believe it!" Dave Brat greets supporters before his victory speech (but after he knew he'd beaten Cantor) pic.twitter.com/DHA6mAMH9d