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Congressman Labrador's Twitter Page Gets Naughty ... AGAIN!
"I think all of America can get behind (in front of?) this sort of bi-partisan advocacy." - Alexandra Grande (Facebook comment)
Looking for a wild time?
Well just be sure to regularly check the Facebook page of Congressman Raul Labrador.
First, we had Labrador Retweets Endorsement from Fictional 1960s TV Character, prompting Huckleberries Online to ask:
Which fictional TV character would you want to be endorsed by?
The Twitterverse and liberal The Daily Kos are having fun with a R/T by Congressman Raul Labrador's crew — of Dr. Alfred Bellows' endorsement: “I'm supporting @Labrador4Idaho, and you should too. The man has delivered on his campaign promise of fiscal responsibility.” If that name sounds familiar, you're probably a fan of the old TV show: “I Dream of Jeanie.” Dr. Alfred Bellows was the psychiatrist in the 1960s comedy. Tweeter Sharon Fisher may have been the first person to spot the R/T — and hilarity that went with it.
And this in today From Tony Shallat:
At about 11:30 MST:
If you want a quick laugh today go to
Look at what tweet he favorited. Yes this is real.
Then an hour later:
Well Labrador fixed his twitter account....but I have a screenshot....can't escape naughty behavior in the iPhone generation:
"I didn't realize he was such a health fanatic." - Ben Wilson (on Facebook)