Twitter Elects Michelle Obama President of Speeches

Last night, First Lady Michelle Obama gave her DNC speech, and in a pink Tracy Reese dress (stylishandsymbolic, of course), our FLOTUS verbally kickboxed Mitt Romney in the junk. There were those lines, "Being president doesn’t change who you are – it reveals who you are," and "Success isn’t about how much money you make, it’s about the difference you make in people’s lives." The libruls drooled, Michelle Malkin's brain exploded a little, and the Twitterwas bananas! "First Lady Michelle Obama garnered nearly double the tweets-per-minute during her speech than GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney." And we all know that this is very important for November, when we all use our Twitter machines to vote. Twitter voting reduces fraud!

Did you know there is a thing called a "Twindex?" Michelle Obama's Twindex is out of control, whatever that means!

Michelle’s Twindex, a measure of favorability on Twitter, rose from 71 before her speech to 84 after. Romney’s wife Ann’s Twindex increased more dramatically after her own speech in Tampa, from 45 to 83.

The first lady didn’t just beat Romney; she beat her husband’s 2012 State of the Union address, which peaked at 14,131 TPM.

Who especially liked talking about Michelle Obama on Twitter? Why, THE WOMEN, of course! The women were all curling their hair and eating birth control and sobbing about Michelle Obama.

“She was stunningly powerful, straight from the heart,” tweeted actress Ashley Judd, who is a Tennessee delegate to the convention. Judd said Obama was “breathtaking” and that the first lady’s remarks left her “rather speechless.”

Democratic strategist Donna Brazile, who ran Al Gore’s presidential campaign in 2000, posted on Twitter that she thought Obama delivered an “inspirational” speech.

She also noted the reaction inside the Time Warner Cable Arena. “Love is in the air,” Brazile said.

So as they say on the Twitter, #winning #freedom #buthershoeswere"rhubarb"coloredwhichiscodefornomorefrenchfries

[Politico / USA Today]


How often would you like to donate?

Select an amount (USD)


©2018 by Commie Girl Industries, Inc