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Despite the fact that Politico's Patrick Gavin saw fit to exclude the Fix's from his list of most influential Twitterers in Washington (slap in the face!), we persist and -- dare we say it -- thrive in our tweeting.

Today we tackle White House press secretary Robert Gibbs' daily press briefing, which is slated to start at 2 p.m. eastern time

Interested in running commentary on Gibbs, the White House reporters that cover him and our reflections on Oscar night? You can either scroll down and catch our ten latest tweets or sign on to follow "TheHyperFix" and "TheFix" on Twitter. (Do it now! We have to narrow the massive follower gap between us and Ana Marie Cox.)

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    Gibbs will 'Resign' soon...within say eight weeks... probably will want to pursue 'Other Interests'...I won't miss him..there must be a better stooge available.

    Posted by: newbeeboy | February 23, 2009 4:34 PM | Report abuse


    Please ask Gibbs about reports that the Bush Justice Department 'torture memos' approved the "use" of radiation weaponry (govspeak for "directed energy weapons") on "innocent but 'targeted'" U.S. citizens...

    ...what victims consider torture and crimes against humanity.


    Also, no WHPC types have asked Gibbs about the MSNBC report from former NSA analyst Russell Tice that U.S. journalists have been spied upon 24/7 in recent years.

    How about putting down the "tweeter" for a moment to show your colleagues how to ask a question that hasn't been asked a dozen times before?

    Show 'em your stuff, Fix!

    Posted by: scrivener50 | February 23, 2009 12:41 PM | Report abuse

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