Yo, Raul! Stop Using Twitter!

Crossposted on Daily Kos

Twitter Villan Raul Labrador

Idaho Republican Officials...

You can dress them up, but you can't take them out.

And keep them away from your daughter; or for that matter, your son too.

And never let one near a computer.


I may have to start a separate blog just to talk about Congressman Raul Labrador's porno-sex-stripper Tweets.

They just keep coming (no pun intended).

According to today's the Idaho Statesman:

Phil Hardy, Rep. Raul Labrador’s spokesman since his upset congressional win in 2010, has been fired for mistakenly tweeting in the name of his boss about his admiration for two actresses pole dancing in a Super Bowl ad,

The tweet, “Me likey Broke Girls,” was deleted after 14 seconds but is archived on a website that collects deleted tweets from politicians.

The Idaho Republican’s office apologized Monday for the tweet, which was Hardy’s take on a CBS promotional spot featuring Kat Dennings and Beth Behrs, the stars of “2 Broke Girls,” dancing in revealing clothing. The pair were depicted on the show’s set — a Brooklyn diner — gyrating to a Def Leppard pole-dancing tune “Pour Some Sugar On Me.”

-- Idaho's Raul Labrador is the Larry Craig-style laughing stock of social media.

The story also made Hollywood Reporter. Did you ever think you would say "Raul Labrador" and "Hollywood Reporter" in the same sentence?

How about "Me likey Broke Girls?"

"Me likey Broke Girls," wrote Phil Hardy after seeing the show's stars, Kat Dennings and Beth Behrs, eat diner food seductively and hang from a stripper pole in skimpy waitress outfits.

Raul needs to just cancel his Twitter account, period.

I wish I was exaggerating. But unfortunately I also have had the distinct pleasure of writing these two blog entries:

On Tuesday Nov. 6, 2012: Congressman Labrador's Twitter Page Gets Naughty ... AGAIN!

and from Oct. 23 2012: Labrador Retweets Endorsement from Fictional 1960s TV Character.

Social media requires responsible use. Labrador's office has shown no ability to do this. He needs to cancel his Twitter account.

It is bad for Idaho.