After Obama lost 42 percent of the vote and two-thirds of the counties in Tuesday’s Kentucky primary to a phantom candidate, conservatives on Twitter couldn’t wait to let the world know why they stand with Democrats for Uncommitted.
#IStandwithUncommitted Because he doesn't say "Poh-kee-stohn"
— Mattphilbin (@Mattphilbin) May 23, 2012
#IstandwithUncommitted because he doesn't eat dogs.
— Tom McDermott (@FighterOfDayman) May 23, 2012
#istandwithuncommitted because he understands that "inflate your tires" isn't an energy policy
— Tanya Bachand (@tanyabachand) May 23, 2012
#IStandwithUncommitted because granny deserves a pacemaker not a chillpill
— Barbara McMahon (@southsalem) May 23, 2012
#iStandWithUncommitted because he doesn't believe misogynist rapper Common is a poet on par with Robert Frost.
— Never Forget (@MrsDigger) May 23, 2012
#IStandwithUncommitted because Chris Matthews doesn't get excited every time he speaks.
— Sam Valley (@SamValley) May 23, 2012
#IStandwithUncommitted Because his VP can string more than two sentences together without saying something stupid
— SalonDotYouMadBro? (@schwingcat) May 23, 2012
— MikeBates (@MikeBates) May 23, 2012
— Laura Freed (@heyLauraFreed) May 23, 2012
— Graham Wellington (@TheRobertBriggs) May 23, 2012
Could it be? Does Julia stand with Uncommitted?
— Legal Immigrant (@votermom) May 23, 2012
The Republican National Committee stands with Uncommitted too:
For all those "Uncommitted" Democrats. We made some "Fired Up! Ready to Go!" Buttons. Check em out. http://t.co/MxKtDfWt
— Tim Miller (@Timodc) May 23, 2012