Yes, indeed. Barack Obama has invited us to tweet our questions for this afternoon’s Twitter chat with adviser David Axelrod.

Now that’s spreading the wealth around. Thanks, Mr. President!

Fair warning: The 1994 version of David Axelrod will not be taking questions. But if you have something you want to ask 2012 Axelrod, by all means, tweet away. Here’s what you need to know:

A livestream of the President’s speech will start at 1:45 p.m. ET. Immediately following the speech, David Axelrod will hold a Twitter Q&A. We will be taking questions starting Thursday morning and during the speech. Questions can be asked using hashtag #Obama2012 and Axelrod will answer questions @BarackObama

Conservatives are just starting to use #Obama2012 to tweet their questions, but we expect them to dominate this hashtag like all the others. Will Axelrod answer any of these questions? Stay tuned.

Heh. Another day, another liberal hashtag fail. You know, there’s a word for doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results.


We hoped for snarkage, and Twitterers did not disappoint!