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Like Bobby Jindal. The Bambi-like Governor of Louisiana who was clearly impersonating Mr. Rogers last month while delivering the disastrous Republican response.
If things didn't go bad enough for Jindal, Blumenauer made sure to pile on.
"Jindal is weird," he tweeted. "I can't believe Jindal. Such a sad contrast with President. Doesn't even look or sound good, to say nothing about content."
Less than ten days later, Blumenauer did it again. This time, however, he was just responding to a tweet. A tweet from Senator John McCain.
McCain dubbed Blumenauer's "Oregon Solar Highway" earmark as the porkiest of all pork.
Bluemenauer responded: "McCain wasnt familiar with a blackberry right? Hows he supposed to understand a solar highway utilizing right-of-way to generate solar power."
The beauty of Twitter is that it can be portable, allowing you to tweet from your cell phone. So when critical news breaks, your elected official can keep you apprised of the latest developments.
Take Arkansas Congressman John Boozman for example.
"Eating breakfast with a constituent," he tweeted.
Some representatives twitter about other representatives twittering.