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Bored dingbat San Diego County GOP chairman Tony Krvaricgot kicked off Twitter after he registered a half dozen fake accounts to the names of his Democratic opponents, because he is a vindictive weirdo who isn't smart enough to blame this kind of banal malarkey on some intern. Instead he's wearing it around like a Boy Scout badge of honor on his new Twitter account, and he wants us all to know that he is a heroic numbskull, because he has taught the Democrats an Important Lesson, about the ’puters. Why hasn't someone thanked him?


Oh, it's probably true that the San Diego County Democrats if they were smarter would have put some 14-year-old staffer who knows how to "work the buttons" in charge of this project, but seeing as how it's not technically illegal (yet) to refuse to spend precious minutes of this one life on earth registering eighteen different Twitter accounts to variants of your name, Krvaric is acting like a very superior weiner.

From the San Diego Union-Tribune:

“Basically, they are pissed off that they didn’t register them first,” Krvaric said. “For them not to register their own … It just shows how far behind they are …

“There’s nothing illegal about it and I don’t think I did anything wrong. What sucks is I have to redo my whole account. All my followers and everything. In some way, although I want my full name back, I was following too many people so this will be like a cleansing."

Krvaric said he did send a few tweets as [San Diego County Democratic Chairman] Jess Durfee, who he said joined “after I mocked him forever.”

“It wasn’t about him,” said Krvaric, now registered as @Krvaric. “It was really just goofing off."

And in case you were wondering, the http://www.tonykrvaric.info domain does not yet appear to be taken! [San Diego Union-Tribune; thanks to Wonkette operative "Michael G."]

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