No matter what you thought of the last three debates, one thing is certain: Twitter has become the most fun place to watch them.
From Big Bird to the new meme-worthy “Binder full of women,” the American electorate has proven itself to be engaging and witty in 140 characters or less.
Unsurprisingly, some politicians and pundits from the DMV area got in on the act -- though it's worth noting that Republicans stayed relatively quiet, while Democrats had plenty to say. Here are some of their tweets:
Americans shouldn't buy Mitt's #SketchyDeal. The math doesn't add up. #Debates#TeamObama—
— Martin O'Malley (@GovernorOMalley) October 17, 2012
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Looks like you didn't do your homework Governor! The moderator had to remind you! Take him to school President Obama! #Obama2012
— Marion S. Barry, Jr. (@marionbarryjr) October 17, 2012
Mitt shot his whole wad in the first debate.
— Eleanor H. Norton (@EleanorNorton) October 17, 2012
Tonight Mitt Romney won the debate and reinforced the clear choice facing the American people.
— Bob McDonnell (@BobMcDonnell) October 17, 2012
The Champ is back! "Float like a butter fly and sting like a bee". Go Obama go!
— Vincent Orange (@VincentOrangeDC) October 17, 2012
"40 percent of unemployed have been unemployed for two years or more" - Candy Crowley #Obamasnotworking
— Katie Todd, Chair of D.C. Young Republicnas (@KatieATodd) October 17, 2012
I am starting to think that the women's vote might be important on Nov. 6.
— Larry Sabato (@LarrySabato) October 17, 2012
Congrats to Candy Crowley first woman moderator in 20 years. Long overdue! What took the commission so long.
— Kwame Brown (@KwameBrownDC) October 16, 2012
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