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Bless your heart-y Donna Brazile tweeted out that “ad” from The Democrats.
— Donna Brazile (@donnabrazile) February 13, 2013
The sad and always absurd DNC communications director Brad Woodhouse also proudly tweeted it.
— Brad Woodhouse (@woodhouseb) February 13, 2013
The pitiful. It scorches! Hilarity and righteous mockery swiftly ensued.
— Derek Hunter (@derekahunter) February 13, 2013
— matt whitlock (@mattdizwhitlock) February 13, 2013
— Prudence Paine (@PruPaine) February 13, 2013
— Tommy (@FirstTeamTommy) February 13, 2013
— Shane (@Sarge_87) February 13, 2013
— Matt (@mattweihl) February 13, 2013
— Donny Ferguson (@DonnyFerguson) February 13, 2013
— Bros at the Bar (@BrosAtTheBar) February 13, 2013
Remember when the Democrats were so thirsty they accused Romney of murder? #Rubio
— Ban Finger Guns (@CaptYonah) February 13, 2013
@thedemocrats you’ve run up almost five straight years of trillion dollar debt and you make fun of a gentlemen who is thirsty? Your the joke
— Eric Ring (@Ring77Medic) February 13, 2013
Even a Democrat is forced to admit the total fail.
Is Marco Rubio’s ridiculous drink of water all the Democrats have to criticize about his speech? Our party is lazy.
— Katherine Fernandez (@KaFe0) February 13, 2013
But, what’s this? Thirsty was good.
Thirsty for change? Beat the heat with a Democratic Party water bottle: http://j.mp/aKLFPX.
— The Democrats (@TheDemocrats) July 23, 2010
— Matt Gardner (@mattmgardner) February 13, 2013