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Obama Campaign Co-Chair Eva Longoria Gets Schooled

pmccomb Wrote: Oct 19, 2012 2:34 PM
I a women and I am voting for Romney. I have a small business and I built it not with help from government or banks, I started it with money I made myself. So I think I am smart enough to vote for who I respect and think will make a good president. I don't need any hollywood starlit that I never heard of to tell me how to vote. When you are out trying to keep a roof over your head you don't have time to think about people in tinsel town. Most of them I don't really have a lot of respect for anyway.
lonewolfswift Wrote: Oct 19, 2012 2:56 PM
We are an army of informed, female voters!!!!!
I have converted all my siblings into critical thinking, take responsibility, small/limited government conservatives. As conservatives they are ridiculed and called "angry" and "ignorant" - one was called a "50's housewife" (like that's an insult - HA). When the left can't articulate a point based in reality and facts - they insult your intelligence.

Liberal celebrities want all of the adoration that social media engagement has to offer -- but none of the accountability that actual engagement requires. For the Hollywood elite, it's "do as they say, not as they tweet." But actress and outspoken Obama campaign co-chair Eva Longoria learned a hard lesson this week on Twitter:

 

Conservatives online are mad as hell and aren't taking it anymore.

On Tuesday night after the second presidential debate, Longoria shared a "retweet" from one of her 4.4-plus million followers on the micro-blogging network. "I have no idea why any...