Cook opined a couple days ago that he has "yet to hear a single intelligent remark twittered by an elected official."
Maybe that's because you're bound by the medium. You're only only allowed 140 characters each time you "tweet".
No matter to Cook.
"The vacuous utterances Twittered daily from members of Congress make me wonder how they have the time to spend keying in on such banalities and marveling over the narcissism implicit in their belief that anyone cares about their every single thought and reaction to contemporaneous events," he writes.
Vacuous utterances? Congress? No! Come on.
We here at the Vote Blog have become big fans of Twitter because it provides a real time snapshot of what people are talking about.
And when the president announced he was not in favor of legalizing marijuana, we went to Twitter to get some reaction. And we included it.
Most of the Tweeters or Twitterers or whatever they are weren't happy: "Obama just turned the marijuana question, and the online community, into a joke. Not the right answer, Sir."
But does Congress really get it? Are they good tweeters? Or are they twits?
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