Why is GOP popular right now?

The GOP is trending because their fear/scare tactics didn't work and Obamas bill passed (as of March 22 at 03:18 UTC)
Category: SPAM | Trend originated by @santiagoregidor | Most recent: February 19 at 16:10 UTC | First appearance: December 12 at 05:55 UTC | Last defined: March 22 at 03:18 UTC | Permalink
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Nov
7
The Republican Party (popularly known as the GOP) lost the race for President of the United States in last night's election (6th November 2012), but retained their power in the House of Representatives.
Defined by @rnbw_daydreamer via What the Trend November 7 at 14:05 UTC
Mar
22
+1 year
The GOP "Grand Ol' Party" (republicans) is trending because of the #hcr bill, which all their party's Congresspeople voted against.
Defined by @_Baylink via UberTwitter March 22 at 04:26 UTC
Mar
22
+1 year
The GOP "Grand Ol' Party" (republicans) is trending because of the #hcr bill.
Defined by @Gavinmor via UberTwitter March 22 at 04:12 UTC
Mar
22
+1 year
The GOP (republicans) is trending because of the #hcr bill and GOPers were/are highly opposed to the bill.
Defined by @bellamor_3 via UberTwitter March 22 at 03:35 UTC
Mar
22
+1 year
The GOP is trending because their fear/scare tactics didn't work and Obamas bill passed
Defined by @pglatfel via UberTwitter March 22 at 03:18 UTC
Mar
22
+1 year
The GOP is trending because they're fear/scare tactics didn't work and Obamas bill passed
Defined by @TheDCjarvis via UberTwitter March 22 at 03:08 UTC
Mar
22
+1 year
Loser Republicans. Trending bc the Health Care Reform bill has passed.
Defined by @UncensoRED1913 via UberTwitter March 22 at 03:05 UTC
Mar
22
+1 year
Health insurance co sponsored American haters white man's club was buried tonight
Defined by @bostonscottesq via UberTwitter March 22 at 03:02 UTC
Mar
22
+1 year
US Republican Party, trending for not wanting to force the impoverished to pay for a $2.4T bill that is unconstitutional
Defined by @dgottsman via UberTwitter March 22 at 03:01 UTC
Mar
22
+1 year
US Republican Party, trending for being GREEDY and not upholding the wants of their (mostly poor) constituents to save themselves $$$
Defined by @cnolan16 via Twitter for iPhone March 22 at 02:58 UTC
Mar
22
+1 year
Because they fought to uphold amercan dignity
Defined by @dgottsman via UberTwitter March 22 at 02:55 UTC
Mar
22
+1 year
A bunch of racist, sexist, and homophbic selfish people
Defined by @MademoiselleT via UberTwitter March 22 at 02:52 UTC
Mar
22
+1 year
U.S Republican party because they are against expanded healthcare coverage and insurance reform.
Defined by @Rashona via UberTwitter March 22 at 02:51 UTC
Mar
22
+1 year
The last hope against obama and his disgusting agenda
Defined by @robertf22 via UberTwitter March 22 at 02:49 UTC
Mar
22
+1 year
The GOP in Congress refuses to uphold the constitutional rights of american citizens
Defined by @dgottsman via UberTwitter March 22 at 02:48 UTC
Mar
22
+1 year
The GOP in Congress refuses to give millions of poor Americans affordable healthcare because they're all greedy and have no desire to help their constituents.
Defined by @cnolan16 via Twitter for iPhone March 22 at 02:44 UTC
Mar
22
+1 year
ThE GOP is trending because millions of Americans are tweating to support them in their battle against Obamacare.
Defined by @grazen via UberTwitter March 22 at 02:37 UTC
Mar
22
+1 year
The GOP is pleading with the Democrats to vote against the best interest of the American people by voting against healthcare reform.
Defined by @The_PoliticoMD via UberTwitter March 22 at 02:36 UTC
Mar
22
+1 year
ThE GOP is currently depressed because finally America is becoming civilized
Defined by @MademoiselleT via UberTwitter March 22 at 02:34 UTC
Mar
22
+1 year
The GOP is pleading with the Democrats to listen to the American public & not vote for Commie-care.
Defined by @nBoEnforcer via UberTwitter March 22 at 02:33 UTC
Mar
22
+1 year
The GOP is working hard to protect the American Constitution and the freedom of the American people from the nationalization of the healthcare system.
Defined by @grazen via UberTwitter March 22 at 02:31 UTC
Mar
22
+1 year
They miss George W and are cryin
Defined by @sassyontheradio via UberTwitter March 22 at 02:29 UTC
Mar
22
+1 year
People need to step ther game u cause some people be looking funny to bad I can't look likt that cause my money always looking rite
Defined by @thatkiddmoe1 via UberTwitter March 22 at 02:27 UTC
Feb
25
+1 year
(Republicans) Discussing Healthcare reform and how much they hate the Audembots
Defined by @SieYonce via UberTwitter February 25 at 19:27 UTC
Feb
25
+1 year
(Republicons) Discussing Healthcare reform and how much they hate the Audembots
Defined by @Nerdiac via UberTwitter February 25 at 18:41 UTC
Feb
25
+1 year
Republicans are discussing health care reform
Defined by @bostonscottesq via UberTwitter February 25 at 17:06 UTC
Feb
25
+1 year
(Republicans) Discussing Healthcare reform
Defined by Anonymous via web February 25 at 16:47 UTC
Jan
30
+1 year
President Obama traveled to a House Republican retreat in Baltimore on Friday (1/29). For roughly an hour and a half, Obama lectured GOP leaders and conducted a question-and-answer session at the end. It was nationally televised and will be repeated tonight on C-SPAN and other networks.
Defined by Anonymous via web January 30 at 00:27 UTC
Jan
29
+1 year
President Obama traveled to and spoke at a House Republican retreat in Baltimore.
Defined by Anonymous via web January 29 at 20:47 UTC
Jan
29
+1 year
President Obama traveled to a House Republican retreat in Baltimore on Friday. For roughly an hour and a half, Obama lectured GOP leaders and, in a protracted, nationally-televised question-and-answer session.
Defined by @nwjerseyliz via web January 29 at 20:26 UTC
Dec
22
+1 year
Parker Griffith, Democratic Representative, to Switch Parties to GOP‎
Defined by @santiagoregidor via web December 22 at 17:21 UTC
Dec
22
+1 year
The Republicans (GOP) are debating and voting on their and the Democrats' healthcare bills tonight, 22 December 2009.
Defined by Anonymous via web December 22 at 17:09 UTC
Nov
8
+11 months
The Republicans (GOP) are debating and voting on their and the Democrats' healthcare bills tonight, 7 November 2009.
Defined by Anonymous via web November 8 at 02:21 UTC
Nov
8
+11 months
The Republicans (GOP) are debating about their and the Democrats' healthcare bills tonight, 7 November 2009.
Defined by Anonymous via web November 8 at 02:21 UTC
Nov
4
+11 months
The Republicans (GOP) took the gubernatorial elections in New Jersey and Virginia.
Defined by Anonymous via web November 4 at 21:33 UTC
Nov
4
+11 months
The Republicans (GOP) took the gubernatorial elections in New Jersey and Virginia. NYC mayor Mike Bloomberg also won reelection for a 3rd term.
Defined by Anonymous via web November 4 at 04:43 UTC
Nov
4
+11 months
The GOP is trying to take the gubernatorial elections in New Jersey and Virginia, and they unfortunately seem to have succeeded. NYC mayor Mike Bloomberg also won reelection for a 3rd term.
Defined by Anonymous via web November 4 at 04:34 UTC
Sep
10
+9 months
President Obama delivered a speech to a joint session of Congress, and a Republican (GOP) Representative (Joe Wilson, SC) shouted "You lie!" during the speech.
Defined by Anonymous via web September 10 at 02:37 UTC
Apr
28
+5 months
Longtime Senator Arlen Specter switching from GOP to Democratic party.
Defined by Anonymous via web April 28 at 11:46 UTC

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