Heh. The Left really struggles with this Twitter stuff.
As Twitchy reported yesterday, many Obama voters struggled to understand why their first paychecks of 2013 were smaller. Generous conservatives even launched a hashtag to explain complex concepts like “math” to bewildered progressives: #WhyIsMyPaycheckLessThisWeek.
— Michelle Malkin (@michellemalkin) January 4, 2013
The hashtag trended for much of Friday, making it irresistible to Big Labor Obama apologists eager to put their left-wing spin on smaller paychecks and Obama’s broken promises. But oopsie! They tried to hijack the wrong hashtag.
Working America, an AFL-CIO allied organization, published a post titled “The Answer to #WhyMyPaycheckIsLessThisWeek (Warning: Contains Facts).” Yep, the “is” is in the wrong place in that hashtag. But that didn’t stop the geniuses at SEIU and AFL-CIO from rushing to promote the post.
— SEIU (@SEIU) January 5, 2013
— AFL-CIO (@AFLCIO) January 4, 2013
The wrong hashtag was published at Daily Kos too.
— The Culinary Union (@Culinary226) January 5, 2013
Awwww. Twitter is so hard. Better luck next time, guys.
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