Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Today's Best Tweets

Here are some tweets that caught my eye today...

Joseph Carlson ‏@joscarlson 2m
Fascinating: The true story of how the CIA promoted American abstract expressionist artists during the Cold War

Breaking News ‏@BreakingNews 4m
Bipartisan deal in hand to reopen government, avoid default, Republican senator says - @AP

Robert Costa ‏@robertcostaNRO 11m
RT @sahilkapur Multiple Senate sources say Boehner has agreed to vote first on the Reid-McConnell deal. Game over.

Ezra Klein ‏@ezraklein 5m
What Republicans got: Nothing.

Matt Yglesias ‏@mattyglesias 8m
One problem with today’s debt ceiling deal—we’re just going to do this all over again in February:

Talking Points Memo ‏@TPM 8m
Matt Drudge predicts Pelosi will be next speaker:

Joe Scarborough ‏@JoeNBC 2m
Same as it ever was, same as it ever was, same as it ever was.... #ShutdownPolitics

Sam Stein ‏@samsteinhp 5m
So, we will end up where we started, but only after absorbing a $4.8 billion economic hit. ($300m a day x 16 days)

Roger Simon ‏@politicoroger 2m
I'll grasp at any straw right now, but I'll believe there is a deal when the House and Senate vote and the president signs it.

The New York Times ‏@nytimes 1m
The NYT obituary for Hans Riegel, the man who made Gummi Bears a global favorite