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Latest Twitter Scam Directs You To Video Showing Obama Punch Someone In The Face

First off: No, you will not see a video of President Obama punching someone in the face here – or anywhere for that matter.

That’s the point of this post. The latest attempt to compromise your Twitter account tells you that you will see this Obama video after clicking the attached link, but you won’t. You will have your Twitter account hijacked AND your personal information stolen from your computer though!

So spread the word, because once folks click the link and travel to the official-looking pages that follow, they’ll fall for this hoax. And guess what? You probably would too!

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Tweet Punch Out! Watch Romney Robot Give Obama The Old One-Two!

Are you a Republican who is sick of annoying political posts and sites predicting an Obama win?

Check out this site, where Romney is definitely in the lead – and landing punches left and right!

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Obama Makes Final Push On Twitter

In the most hotly contested election in recent U.S. history, American voters today are deciding who will be president of the United States.

Both have used Twitter in recent months to bolster support – and today is no different, with #VoteObama listed as the top worldwide promoted trend.

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Who Will You Vote For? Tweetcast Knows. Maybe.

Unsure of who to vote for in tomorrow’s U.S. Presidential election? Well, as we mentioned before: you are what you tweet! And Tweetcast may just know your mind better than you do!

Either way, it claims to predict how you’ll vote based on your tweets.

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Talked About On Twitter: #Binders Of Women

If you caught the debate last night and have spent any time online today, you undoubtedly have seen many posts poking fun at Romney’s “binders of women” comment.

Well, Twitter went all out (as expected) and we have some favorites to share.

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Ex-GE CEO Jack Welch Quits Reuters Because Of Tweet Backlash

There have been plenty of repercussions of people taking to Twitter to vent their frustrations, most involving either athletes (and other athletes…and more athletes), political activists or politicians themselves – but the latest Twitter snafu happened to a certain Mr. Jack Welch, arguably one of the top CEOs of all time.
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Talked About On Twitter: #ObamaCampaignIn3Words and #RomneyCampaignIn3Words

Those crazy bipartisan twitterers are at it again – and this time they’re throwing down with dueling hashtags: #ObamaCampaignIn3Words and #RomneyCampaignIn3Words.

Who wins? No one really, but they’re fun to read.

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Social Entrepreneur Students Raising Money For Charity On Twitter Thanks To #BigBird

Even if you didn’t watch the U.S. Presidential debate the other night, you’ve likely heard about Romney’s plans to “fire Big Bird.”

Well, two fast-moving University of North Carolina students snapped up firebigbird.com and began selling t-shirts.

Great way to make a quick buck? Certainly. But they’re doing this for charity.

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10.3 Million Tweets Sent During Last Night’s Presidential Debates

President Obama and Mitt Romney met in Denver last night to verbally duke it out, and Twitter was listening. Between 9 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. EDT, users sent 10.3 million tweets related to the Presidential debate.
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How Popular Are Obama And Romney On Twitter? This App Checks – In Real-Time

It’s a student project, but Twipolitico has the potential to add some serious insight into the 2012 race.

The site tracks the real-time popularity of Barack Obama and Mitt Romney on Twitter, to see who’s winning the social media sentiment race.
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