Mitt, Ann Romney thank supporters; Gleeful libs spew venom!/MittRomney/status/267350171053080576

Mitt and Ann Romney tweeted gracious messages of gratitude to their supporters.

This was more than a campaign – this was a national movement. @mittromney and I will always be thankful for your support.

— Ann Romney (@AnnDRomney) November 11, 2012

Leftists are apparently not satisfied with the election victory. They feel the need to continue to spew venom at the Romneys.

@anndromney @mittromney A National bowel movement.Your Evil has been excreted!

— firemanjohn628 (@firemanjohn628) November 11, 2012

@anndromney @mittromney ann…you’re so funny. run back to your bubble and watch the US prosper with a better man in office: not Shitt.

— Slim2Cox (@Slim2Cox) November 11, 2012

@mittromney STFU . . You lost

— Let It Be’Beautiful♡ (@Candy_LuvsU) November 11, 2012

@anndromney ended up as a bowel movement.

— Scott (@Kangkodos) November 11, 2012

@mittromney Americans have spoken: MITT ROMNEY, YOU CAN’T HAVE MY COUNTRY!

— Mateo (@king_complex) November 11, 2012

@anndromney @mittromney As a resident of Massachusetts I am much happier to see you & Mitt going as opposed to coming! Good Riddance! #tcot

— Maia Hussein Obama (@BlackDahalia) November 11, 2012

@fleckelrod @anndromney @mittromney Hoping to drop a reality moment in her very unrealistic life.

— Theresa Krause (@tmkrause) November 11, 2012

@anndromney @mittromney Thank you Lord for keeping this couple out of the White House. Now to unseat the racist house of representatives.

— Kelly Boone (@KellyGurisBoone) November 11, 2012

I can go the rest of my life without ever seeing Mitt and Ann Romney again.

— Just Plain Mary (@MWJ1231) November 11, 2012


— Chris Atkinson (@ChrisAtkinson__) November 11, 2012

Classless, even in victory.

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1950’s Yankees legend passes away at 81!/KimJonesSports/status/195948725166817281

Four-time All-Star first baseman, Moose Skowron, has passed away at the age of 81. He helped the New York Yankees win four World Series titles and seven American League pennants throughout the 1950’s and 1960’s.

He’ll be missed.

Old Timers Day will not be the same! "Moose" Skowron has passed! @YankeesPR loved him. We all did. He was a true character.

— Bruce Beck (@BruceBeck4NY) April 27, 2012

Tough loss for the Yankees family today as one of the all-time greats "Moose" Skowron has passed away

— Yankees PR Dept. (@YankeesPR) April 27, 2012

RIP Moose Skowron. Such a wonderful man, great storyteller, and ambassador for the game. He was one of a kind and will be sorely missed.

— BobVorwald (@BobVorwald) April 27, 2012!/JeremyDylan/status/195945381874499584

R.I.P. Moose Skowron. What a joy to be around. I'll never forget all the stories he shared in the booth (most not suitable for air).

— Chris Tannehill (@ChrisTannehill) April 27, 2012

RIP moose skowron. Very nice man.

— Jon Heyman (@JonHeymanCBS) April 27, 2012

RIP Moose Skowron, a New York Yankees legend and 6-time All Star. Moose won 5 World Series rings with the Yankees and Dodgers. He was 81.

— Nathan Wurtzel (@NathanWurtzel) April 27, 2012

Saddened to hear of the passing of former Boiler Bill "Moose" Skowron today. He was a 6-time MLB All-Star & 5-time World Series champ.

— Purdue Baseball (@PurdueBaseball) April 27, 2012!/rwhoover/status/195962356323467264

RIP Moose Skowron, NY #Yankees 6-Time All-Star. He hit a grand slam in game 7 of the 1956 World Series to give the Yanks the crown.

— Michael Elhardt (@EndlssQuest) April 27, 2012

RIP Bill "Moose" Skowron. Still remember the day my mom introduced me to Bill. Will treasure the baseball you signed for me forever, Sir.

— Stache (@StacheESQ) April 27, 2012

Sad news. Moose and his stories were always an Old Timers' Day highlight. Moose Skowron passed away at age 81. May he rest in peace.

— Kimberly Jones (@KimJonesSports) April 27, 2012

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Watch the F-22 make its ‘combat debut’ in Syria [video]!/DeptofDefense/status/514432152940052481

This is what happens when the 21st century interacts with terrorists from the 7th century:

CENTCOM video of the first-ever F-22 strike

— Zeke Miller (@ZekeJMiller) September 23, 2014

More here from the Wall Street Journal:

The Pentagon’s most advanced fighter plane made its combat debut in the U.S.-led strikes on Syria overnight, serving a crucial purpose for a sensitive mission that depended on stealth.

Pilots flying the F-22 Raptor flew bombing runs over Syria to target the militant Islamic State group, U.S. officials said.

Officials didn’t say what targets the F-22 struck, but said it was used later in the series of strikes, which lasted several hours.

The plane is one of the country’s most expensive—the F-22 program has cost $67 billion and only 188 planes have been built—but U.S. policymakers have been reluctant to use it in combat, in part because its high-end capabilities weren’t needed for militant threats that the U.S. has been focused on for the last decade.

And from the Department of Defense on the different aircraft used in yesterday’s missions:

Learn more about the stealth aircraft used in airstrikes against #ISIL targets in #Syria.

— U.S. Dept of Defense (@DeptofDefense) September 23, 2014



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Eco-zealot RFK Jr. handcuffs himself to White House gate for ‘civil disobedience’!/RobertKennedyJr/status/301730236947640320

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. is among a group of environmentalists demonstrating their civil disobedience today outside the White House. The protesters are raging chiefly against the Keystone Pipeline, joining hands to make bold statements. Or something like that:

“This pipeline is our Birmingham,” – Rev Lennox Yearwood

— Jamie Henn (@Agent350) February 13, 2013


— Erich Pica (@erichpica) February 13, 2013

Behind that fence: 50 people not afraid of arrest to stop the pipeline. #nokxl…

— Tar Sands Action (@TarSandsAction) February 13, 2013

Cuffed to White House. Activists tether to gate anti Keystone Pipeline. Bobby Kennedy Jr. actress Daryl Hannah apart…

— Shannon Travis (@ShanTravisCNN) February 13, 2013

Colleague @joyctv snaps pic ofactress Daryl Hannah getting arrested in front of WH during #KeystoneXL protest…

— Richard Madan(@RichardMadan) February 13, 2013

No doubt Kennedy is passionately against the Keystone Pipeline. But evidently, today’s demonstration affords him an opportunity to fry even bigger environmental fish. So, he has gleefully handcuffed himself to the White House gate in order to prove just how thuper-therial he is about climate change awareness:

In front of White House with Conor, Pete Nichols and Marc Yaggi @waterkeeper #forwardonclimate…

— Robert F. Kennedy Jr (@RobertKennedyJr) February 13, 2013

A global crisis unfolds&immediate action is needed.Pres. Obama has exec. auth to make a significant/immediate impact on carbon pollution.

— Robert F. Kennedy Jr (@RobertKennedyJr) February 13, 2013

BREAKING: Robert F. Kennedy Jr. handcuffed to White House Gate in act of Civil Disobedience 4 climate change…

— Waterkeeper Alliance (@Waterkeeper) February 13, 2013

Handcuffed to White House gate in act of civil disobedience for climate change!…

— Robert F. Kennedy Jr (@RobertKennedyJr) February 13, 2013

Quote: “We have a duty to break the law to show our discontent. This is a criminal enterprise.” @robertkennedyjr on Keystone XL. #tarsands

— Nell Greenberg (@nellgreenberg) February 13, 2013

It’s all so inspirational.

Thank you. RT @roberkennedyjr In front of WH w/ Conor, Pete Nichols & Marc Yaggi @waterkeeper #forwardonclimate…

— Kathryn Brusco(@KathrynBruscoBk) February 13, 2013

I stand in solidarity with those risking arrest. #nokxl #ForwardOnClimate @sierra_club @energyaction @billmckibben…

— Claire Meints (@meintscl) February 13, 2013

@waterkeeper @edwardjolmos Wish I could be there to make a stand, but I am there is spirit!!#ForwardOnClimate

— Kristin Milano (@Stormy_Kris) February 13, 2013

Kumbaya, you guys.


They are all out of jail.

Everyone is out of jail after protest!#forwardonclimate…

— Robert F. Kennedy Jr (@RobertKennedyJr) February 13, 2013

Too bad.

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