Let’s face it, given the choice of listening to Obama drone on and on or making a play for some bikini babe, I have to say the guy was making the right choice. Of course he went and deleted them, but nothing ever goes away on the Internet.
You would think a Congressional Democrat would know that by now.
Tennessee Democratic Rep. Steve Cohen is a Twitter fanatic, but even he seems to think he went too far during President Obama’s State of the Union Address.
On Wednesday night he tweeted furiously from the House chamber, offering analysis on the weather in the House, “cold,” to his prediction that Vice President Biden will be the next president. All 11 from the House floor are on his Twitter feed @RepCohen.
But a couple aren’t–those sent to a young bikini model that ended in “ilu,” or I love you. That’s because after he tweeted to blond Victoria Brink, they were deleted. Politwoops, which shows tweets deleted by lawmakers, detailed the Twitter flirts.
Yeah, he looks like a real catch.
His office had no comment and Brink, who hasn’t deleted her tweet to the single congressman, didn’t return a tweet from Secrets. But his spokesman told New York Magazine that the tweets were “private” and that Brink is the daughter of a long-time friend.
Probably not much longer. Curiously Cohen is no longer a follower of his so-called long-time family friend.
Of course, we just have to know what she looks like, right?