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Palin Takes to Twitter to Tout Election Success

Thursday, 04 Nov 2010 03:49 PM

Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin has proved to be an expert at using the social networking media to her advantage. She utilized Twitter Thursday to broadcast her success in ousting House Democrats who supported healthcare reform, The Hill reports.

Palin, twitter, Obamacare, election"Remember months ago 'bullseye' icon used 2 target the 20 Obamacare-lovin' incumbent seats?" Palin tweeted. "We won 18 out of 20 (90% success rate; T'aint bad)."

For those of you unfamiliar with the language of Twitter, Palin was referring to a campaign she began in October aimed at 20 Democrats who voted for the new healthcare law but represent districts that voted for the Republican presidential ticket in 2008. Her political action committee (SarahPAC) financed the operation. And only two of the 20 won re-election.

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