It’s one of those hashtags seemingly built for hijacking. What is #WakeUpToMitt supposed to mean, exactly?
#WakeUpToMitt Because if you have a drunken night and wake up next to a stranger, why not it be Romney? …Wait, what's this hashtag about?
— Max Antonucci (@Maxwell_Dev) July 31, 2012
Liberals wanted Mitt Romney supporters to wake up and smell the hope and change and reject the certain dystopian nightmare of a Romney presidency.
Conservatives, however, soon proved they’re already up and at ’em.
— RGP (@RepubGrlProbs) July 31, 2012
We didn't ask Obama to "Manage" the Recession, we asked him to "Fix" it. Time to #WakeUpToMitt
— Paul Tully (@Papatul) July 31, 2012
#WakeUpToMitt and you won't have to wonder which liberty will be on the chopping block every time you wake up for the next four years.
— Virginia Kruta (@VAKruta) July 31, 2012
#WakeUpToMitt or Michelle Obama will lose her four-year-old pride in America.
— eric (@eriContrarian) July 31, 2012
#WakeUpToMitt He's actually been to Israel, actually spoken to the NAACP, actually had a job, and has actually run successful businesses.
— Casey Kim (@caseykim12) July 31, 2012
It's not worth the hangover and shame.
— Shaughn (@Shaughn_A) July 31, 2012