As Twitchy reported, White House Press Secretary Jay Carney last week tried to enlist Twitter’s help in pinning the looming sequestration cuts on the Republicans, offering up the recycled #GOPamnesia campaign hashtag. For their part, House and Senate Republicans fought back with #Obamaquester, and several members of the GOP even replaced their Twitter avatars with a highlighted passage from Bob Woodward’s book, “The Price of Politics,” showing the inception of the idea in the White House.
— Tom Kattman (@TomKattman) February 12, 2013
Surprising no one, NPR has decided to run interference for the Obama administration, calling the sequester “a Republican invention.”
Though A Republican Invention, Obama Could Get Blamed For Sequester http://t.co/FsftZWeN
— NPR Politics (@nprpolitics) February 11, 2013
Y'know, @nprpolitics is pretty nonpartisan.
— Cuffy (@CuffyMeh) February 11, 2013
So, just how wrong is NPR this time? Even the Obama fan club at PolitiFact rated as “mostly false” the president’s debate claim that “the sequester is not something that I proposed.”
— RBe (@RBPundit) February 11, 2013
@nprpolitics That is a willful deception.
— jon gabriel (@exjon) February 11, 2013
Think about how there are TWO MILLION people following @nprpolitics, and here they are just spreading lies BLATANTLY. I mean, it's asinine.
— H (@Tark31) February 11, 2013
Most impartial and factual media tax money can buy ==> RT @nprpolitics Though A Republican Invention, Obama Could Get Blamed For Sequester
— Cask Strength (@ChampionCapua) February 11, 2013
— Jimmy (@JimmyPrinceton) February 11, 2013
— Cindy Cooper (@CindyCoops) February 11, 2013
— Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) February 11, 2013
Defund? But, but … Big Bird!
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