Rep. John Dingell is Better Than You at Twitter
Congressman John Dingell (D-MI) may be the longest serving member of the House of Representatives, but at 88 years old he’s crushing his colleagues at the Twitter game. He may not have the most followers out of the whole pack, but he’s undoubtedly got the most charm and the best sense of humor. Trust me, if you aren’t following him then you’re missing out. Take a look at these gems just from the last month alone.
He isn’t afraid to cut to the chase.
So it’s a tornado full of sharks? That’s what the entire film is about?
— John Dingell (@john_dingell) July 30, 2014
He’s mastered the sarcastic hashtag.
He wasn’t kidding about that cake.
Contrary to what some say regarding @SenSchumer, the most dangerous place in DC is actually btwn me and this birthday cake my staff got me.
— John Dingell (@john_dingell) July 9, 2014
He isn’t afraid of a little age joke.
313 years ago today, Cadillac landed on the banks of the Detroit River. No, I wasn’t there at the time. Happy 313th Birthday, Detroit! #313 — John Dingell (@john_dingell) July 24, 2014
He’s too smart for the Kardashian Kraze.
Staff has now informed me of what a Kardashian is. I’m only left with more questions.
— John Dingell (@john_dingell) July 22, 2014
He’s the Marquis of Michigan.
He doesn’t need no stinkin’ filter.
— John Dingell (@john_dingell) July 17, 2014
He knows how to work the crowd.
He won the 6 Degrees of Kevin Bacon game.
— John Dingell (@john_dingell) July 8, 2014
He only endorses the truly important issues.
He knows you don’t #TurnDown when his beloved Tigers are winning.
— John Dingell (@john_dingell) July 2, 2014
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