Some truncated messages from Joe “You Lie!” Wils..

Joe Wilson’s hip, y’all. He does Twitter and everything.

Trouble is, he’s having a little trouble spitting out his message on that medium. Here are his last four:

Wilson gets warm welcome at Hilton Head GOP picnic: U.S. Rep. Joe Wilson told members of the Hilton Head Island..

Okra struts its stuff in rain: Midway through Irmo’s 36th annual Okra Strut parade, a misty rain began to..

Wilson rallies in Aiken: U.S. Rep. Joe Wilson, R-S.C., got an enthusiastic welcome from about 250 supporters in..

U.S. Rep Joe Wilson said he wanted to make it clear Saturday that Republic..

Odd, isn’t it, that Joe would have a problem with brevity, given that the one thing for which is is nationally known consisted of only eight characters, if you count the exclamation point.

Actually, I’m not sure why he’s getting cut off like that, since those messages (especially the last one) seem to be under the character limit. Maybe it’s intentional. Maybe it’s to get us begging for more so we’ll follow the link. Maybe Joe’s on the edge of the new wave…

4 thoughts on “Some truncated messages from Joe “You Lie!” Wils..

  1. Randy E

    Brad, the lack of brevity (aka rambling) and the spontaneous middle school exclamation are perfectly in alignment. They both reflect more of the anti-intellectualism that has taken hold of the GOP.

  2. doug_ross


    As opposed to the intellectual discourse offered by Pelosi, Reid, Rangel, Clyburn, right?

    What we’ve learned is you don’t have to be too bright to have a career in politics.

  3. Lee Muller

    On September 18, Barack Obama told the Congressional Hispanic Caucus that he supports medical coverage for illegal aliens… by making them all legal citizens.

    “Even though I do not believe we can extend coverage to those who are here illegally, I also don’t simply believe we can simply ignore the fact that our immigration system is broken,” Mr. Obama said Wednesday evening in a speech to the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute. “That’s why I strongly support making sure folks who are here legally have access to affordable, quality health insurance under this plan, just like everybody else.

    Mr. Obama added, “If anything, this debate underscores the necessity of passing comprehensive immigration reform and resolving the issue of 12 million undocumented people living and working in this country once and for all.”


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