Montana Politics

#MTLeg Tweets of the Week 16 April 2011

With no disrespect intended to any of this week’s worthy nominees and winner, I’ve been so busy that I may have missed some excellent snark from the #MTLeg Twitter feed. Feel free to forward suggestions to me next week.

Runners Up

  • @beauwrightmt:What about rep ed butcher’s horse slaughter bill from last session? How many jobs did that GOP masterpiece create? #mtleg
  • @JameeGreer:Federal Law: You’ll find you like it. #MTLeg
  • @MTGOPFanBoy:Who cares about jobs, the Code of the West is our top priority-so what if it is meaningless #MTleg
  • @HD97RepReinhart:Swanson: One minute you applaud firefighters. The next minute you stab them. #mtleg
  • @BarkingSkwerl:New HCR bill: All males should now get their prostate checked at Juffy Lube. In & out in 15 minutes. Cutting the cost of health care! #Mtleg
  • @Mike_Wessler:Dear Constituents, If you’d like to find your Republican lawmakers over the next 4 days check your local pool/margarita bar #MTLeg
  • @montuckyliberal:Wow. #mtleg takes a break and @mtpsc immediately steps up to the plate to deliver more crazy town.

The Winner

@kevhamm:Well, the #MTGOP took leave of their senses months ago, so why not take a leave of absence from their jobs they hate? #MTleg

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