President Barack Obama and his surrogates have been spending a lot of time lately claiming that they have a plan to create jobs in America. Today, Jessica Alba tried to do her part to attract attention to the president’s plan.
Unfortunately, she had a little bit of trouble keeping her followers focused.
— gta-knight-rider (@gta_knightrider) June 22, 2012
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— xiabba (@rashidaamahtull) June 22, 2012
@jessicaalba me too me too
— Alberto Candelaria (@alcan7) June 22, 2012
Well, that last one might have been on topic, at least. As for the others? Ouch.
It could be that Alba’s Twitter followers are less interested in her politics than in her other attributes. Or, it could be that an 8.2 percent unemployment rate four years into Obama’s presidency has permanently turned people off to his latest job creation “plan.”
Either way, while getting people to pay attention to her isn’t a problem Alba is currently facing, getting people to pay attention to her political activism clearly is.