#OverheardAtDNC2012 “All rise for the burning of the American flag.”
— EricD (@TheMotleyMind) September 1, 2012
We know that the Democratic National Convention doesn’t start until Monday, but hey — if the Washington Post can “fact-check” Mitt Romney’s acceptance speech hours before he gives it, then who are we to deny what these people have already #OverheardAtDNC2012?
#OverheardAtDNC2012 "Has anyone seen Bill Clinton and Sandra Fluke?"
— Matthew Burke (@MatthewKBurke) September 1, 2012
#OverheardAtDNC2012 Can someone pull the battery out of that National Debt Clock?
— LizzieFiles (@LizSchmidt3) September 1, 2012
#OverheardAtDNC2012: make sure the cameras don't show the size of the crowd
— Mark (@mark85nh) September 1, 2012
Anthony Weiner couldn't come, but he Tweeted his regrets. I think. #OverheardAtDNC2012
— Stuart (@Ringo6) September 1, 2012
— el Sooper (@SooperMexican) September 1, 2012
Excuse me. Here, Senator you dropped your race cards. #OverheardAtDNC2012
— نWENDYن (@TXCupCake) September 1, 2012
#OverheardAtDNC2012 I don't have to pay for this, right?
— Torrey M. Spears (@torreymspears) September 1, 2012
Don't mention unemployment … Don't mention unemployment … Don't mention unemployment … #OverheardAtDNC2012
— Sam Valley (@SamValley) September 1, 2012
#OverheardAtDNC2012 Give someone a fish, you feed him for one day. Teach him how to fish, and you lose a Democrat voter.
— The People's Cube (@ThePeoplesCube) September 1, 2012
#OverheardAtDNC2012 I heard there's going to be a speech by the Karl Marx hologram
— CRASHR (@CRASHR_me) September 1, 2012
#OverheardAtDNC2012 "We got ALL the dancing vaginas!"
— Michelle Ray (@GaltsGirl) September 2, 2012
This place is empty. Must be Bush's fault. #OverheardAtDNC2012
— Jeff Masterson (@idigmywork) September 2, 2012
#OverheardAtDNC2012 Can we sing Choom-ba-ya again? You got a lighter?
— Dale (@Dbargen) September 2, 2012
#OverheardAtDNC2012 – The phrase "That's racist!" 312,578 times.
— Mike The Cop (@MotorHeadMike2) September 2, 2012
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