Twitter reaction to ‘Delauter-gate’
Published 12:33 pm Wednesday, January 7, 2015
A Maryland county councilman’s attempt to keep his name out of the paper backfired and generated a storm of ridicule on Twitter. Here is a sampling, including the reporter’s thank-you to her followers.
Appreciate all the love today, Twitterverse. Thanks to you, I type the name of #KirbyDelauter without any fear tonight 😉
— Bethany Rodgers (@BethRodgersFNP) January 7, 2015
Hey thanks #KirbyDelauter for making our town a laughing stock.
— Gettysburg7 (@Gettysburg7) January 7, 2015
— Nicole S. (@Nikki522) January 7, 2015
— Chuck Gould (@ChuckGould) January 7, 2015
— Dan Ferguson (@John_D_Ferguson) January 7, 2015
— Mike Lucibella (@MikeLucibella) January 7, 2015
— Dave Statter (@STATter911) January 7, 2015
If we can't use #KirbyDelauter's name, maybe we can call him Kim-Jong Delauter. They have the same views regarding freedom of the press.
— Joe Keene (@joekeene) January 7, 2015
Need to introduce new phrases, like: “you totally Kirby-Delautered that” for the law of unintended consequences. #KirbyDelauter
— Brandon Withrow (@bwithrow) January 7, 2015
— No Justice No Quiche (@JosephKurt1) January 7, 2015
It’s deluded, it’s delicious, it’s Delauter! #KirbyDelauter
— Harold Itzkowitz (@HaroldItz) January 7, 2015
Yeah! I just got written authorization to write #KirbyDelauter three times today. Oops I just burned one 🙁
— IGMvon (@IGMvon) January 7, 2015
Things like this are why I am generally skeptical of anyone who wants to devolve power back to local governments. #KirbyDelauter
— Univ Dist History (@UDHCMH) January 7, 2015
#KirbyDelauter is becoming more famous trying to evade fame than many who pursue could ever hope to be. Delauter will soon be verb.
— Chris Rodell (@8Days2Amish) January 7, 2015