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Democrats: It’s Panic Time

The beltway pundits may reference the latest 2014 election poll to determine whether it's time for the DNC to panic, the rest of us turn to Twitter.

When engaging on Twitter, the ability to make a pithy point is a must. Each Tweet is limited to 140 characters providing much creativity among its users, including the ever popular hashtag.

Hashtags are used on social media sites to identify messages about a specific topic by using a hash or pound sign (#) in front of a word or phrase. Examples include topics such as #Ebola, #JusticeForBenghazi4, and #BringBackOurMarine.

With the 2014 mid-term elections less than ten days away, I consulted my trusted Twitter eight ball to answer me the question on the minds of political pundits everywhere. Based on the Left's latest use of hashtags, how will the Democrats fare in the November election? The Twitter eight ball's response, 'outlook, not so good'.

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#2014senateelections #gop #liberalhypocrisy #stopthegop

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