A 3.6 magnitude earthquake hit Washington D.C. Friday morning. The vibrations extended to Twitter.
California Congressman Darrell Issa kept his cool and stayed on message.
Small earthquake in DC this morning...someone must have dropped a copy of ObamaCare.
Bush 43 Deputy Press Secretary Tony Fratto added some much needed snark to the rare geological event.
Years from now, I'll never forget where I was when I didn't feel the DC Earthquake of 2010.
@delrayser lamented a missed opportunity.
Can't believe Politico still hasn't written an "Is The Earthquake Bad For Obama?" piece. MORNING: NOT YET WON.
For environmental blogger Miles Grant bemoaned, it was an earthquake to believe in.
Why can't we just enjoy something unusual happening without DC snobs pretending they're, like, SO over it? #DCquake
The New York Times investigative reporter turns up a scoop:
earthquake devastation in the DC area: http://twitpic.com/25txue (h/t JC)
CBS Radio White House correspondent Mark Knoller gave us a glimpse of a President out of touch with everyday earthquakes.
Pres. Obama said he didn't feel the earthquake either. (Guess he doesn't know WH built on massive springs.)