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Twitter Was On Fire After Court's Health Decision

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Twitter Was On Fire After Court's Health Decision

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Twitter Was On Fire After Court's Health Decision

Twitter Was On Fire After Court's Health Decision

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Following the Supreme Court decision on health care, there was some partisan and humorous rhetoric. One guy tweeted: As a law student, I am reading this opinion like a 15-year-old girl reads Twilight.

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Good morning. I'm Renee Montagne. Twitter was on fire after the Supreme Court's decision on health care. Some partisan, others was more humorous rhetoric. One guy tweeted: As a law student, I'm reading this opinion like a 15-year-old girl reads "Twilight." Another young man had this to say: Learning that Obamacare considers me a child until age 26 - Mom, Dad, you have some serious retroactive allowance to hand over. His 140 character post managed to fit in: Thanks. It's MORNING EDITION.

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