Social Media Pressure by Obama Supporters

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Something interesting happened to me this week. I tweeted a joke on my Twitter account about a fly that was buzzing around me while I was trying to work and I wished Obama was here (referring to Obama’s interview with CNBCs John Harwood where Obama swiftfully kills the fly buzzing around him – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gzgOS8dbF64). Well, no more than hours later, I have a Twitter follower who is identified only as “ObamaCulture” urging me to “Cut the President some slack.” Seriously. Don’t you feel that this is a little stalker-like? I am not sure who this group even is, but wow. Things in the social media world are changing and remember that with every comment you make, somebody is watching…

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