Buh-bye: 10 Kucinich defeat tweets

Democrat Rep. Dennis Kucinich, the eight-term congressman from Ohio and two-time presidential candidate, suffered a humiliating defeat in his primary race tonight. Super Tuesday was super-sad for progressives, who took to Twitter to redistribute the grief — while the rest of the Twitterverse chortled over the out-of-this-world pol’s loss and sore loser-dom:

A US Congress without Dennis Kucinich is a Congress without hope. There goes my voice. FUCK THIS!

— Ian (@thin_white_duke) March 7, 2012

Goodbye Denis Kucinich, your presence will be missed. You can finally return to Valinor.

— Mzungu! Mzungu! (@buckeyemzungu) March 7, 2012

It would take a heart of stone not to laugh at this: MSNBC Hosts Grieve Over Kucinich Loss In Ohio http://t.co/vd0HkGYB

— Ed Driscoll (@EdDriscoll) March 7, 2012

Kucinich's loss is the quintessential story of how hubris can cloud your judgement. No campaign at all. @msnbc @edschultz @rachelmaddow

— Colin Rogero (@ColinRo) March 7, 2012

I though Kucinich was going to move to Wash State and run there? Over under on the Dennis & Grayson Show on MSNBC?

— Dave_in_Fla (@Dave_in_Fla) March 7, 2012

@theartofpolitik Kucinich took the early Alien Mother ship home ;-)

— Jeff Gauvin (@JeffersonObama) March 7, 2012

Kucinich concedes to Marcy Kaptur, but sounding very bitter, saying her campaign lacked "integrity."

— The Toledo Blade (@toledonews) March 7, 2012

#WarOnWomen RT @ChadPergram: Kucinich says Kaptur ran campagin "that was utterly lacking in integrity" and he fails to congratulate her.

— Soloman (@wisdomofsoloman) March 7, 2012

Kucinich was the left's Ron Paul, but without the sense of humor.

— Charlie Quimby (@CharlieQuimby) March 7, 2012

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