Wednesday, August 29, 2012

@BarackObama Finally Accomplished Something: He Blocked Me on Twitter

After putting up with my heckling for 3 and a half years, first here, more recently over the past 20 months on Twitter, President Toddler, the crybaby-in-chief, finally blocked me on Twitter.


I have a super-secret list on Twitter that only I know about because I've set the viewing settings to private. Periodically, I troll various leftists I've added to that list, with Barack Obama (@BarackObama) being my prime target. After all, I promised the night he was elected to hound his ass for the next four years, and I've kept my promise, unlike him.

Today, I noticed someone else retweeting some nonsense one of Obama's lackeys tweeted from the Obama account about the Republicans not deserving to be in charge of the economy next year because they "ran it into the ditch" before he flew in on his unicorn to lower the tides and raise our prospects in life ... by pitting American against American and setting out to systematically tear this country apart.

So I popped over to my super-secret Marxists list to heckle King Zero, only to find his tweet wasn't there. A little exploration on the web version of Twitter lead me to find this:

As you can see, his account claims to be "protected," but a president who sends out some 10 tweets a day begging for money doesn't have a protected account. No. He's blocked me.

You can imagine my delight: To be blocked by the thinnest-skinned president in the history of our country is quite a badge of honor, and I'm going to wear it proudly.

Now, being a good heckler, I hammer him, day in and day out, and I'm pretty sure I know what lead to my place on his enemies list. The day Mitt Romney joked about Obama's birth certificate in Michigan, the Obama 2012 campaign immediately fired off 3 whiny, mealy-mouthed tweets so over the top in their reaction to a joke, I had to pounce.

Could this have been the tweet (typo and all) that got me blocked?
Or maybe this one?
How about this one?
Or this?
But, alas, while all of those tweets were insulting, no other tweet I've ever sent him could be more insulting ... and result in blocking than this one containing artwork that, by the way, my wife penned a few years ago:

So. There you have it. If you want to be honored with a block from President Crybaby, the toddler-in-chief, just tweet him "his" birth certificate, since he can't take a joke, and you'll join the growing list of Americans on his enemies list. And I will welcome you.

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