Campaigner in chief: White House website displays political #My2K tweets; Update: Twitter feed pushing hard!/GOPfashionista/status/276373218355453952

Ah, the campaigner in chief strikes again. Now, with more tweets.

WH site is apolitical. This is a first. RT @zekejmiller: White House website is displaying my2k tweets

— BK Chambers (@imavip) December 5, 2012

Hmm. Unprecedented! Here is a screen shot from


The White House official website is owned by the government. Which means, you know, by we, the people. For Obama, it’s just another place to continue his endless campaigning.

Does the White House know how to do anything other than campaign? The #My2k “Hate the rich” targeted marketing campaign is below the belt.

— old hardhead (@oldhardhead) December 5, 2012

What leadership! Once again, the hashtag stops here.

Will conservative taxpayers be featured? Twitter’s Magic 8 Ball says “no.”

@zekejmiller Except, of course, the conservative ones.

— Sarah Vail (@SarahVail1) December 5, 2012

The odds that my #My2K tweets will be published on the White House home page? LOL

— GOP Fashionista (@GOPfashionista) December 5, 2012

And, good luck with this one.

#my2k the White House should focus on CUTS instead of playing games

— David (@PortDog42) December 5, 2012

Update: And President Obama’s Twitter feed gets in on the act.

From affording quality child care to supporting local businesses, here’s why #My2K matters to families all over the country.

— Barack Obama (@BarackObama) December 5, 2012

“$2,000 is two months of daycare, which allows me to work outside of the home!”—Sera, TX #My2K

— Barack Obama (@BarackObama) December 5, 2012

#My2K will just about cover out-of-pocket costs for my cataract surgery.”—Bill, IA

— Barack Obama (@BarackObama) December 5, 2012

“Support my local store owners on Main Street in Farmingdale and continue to fund my children’s education for college.”—Rick, NY #My2K

— Barack Obama (@BarackObama) December 5, 2012

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