‘Who actually retweets this crap?’ Rolling Stone lapdogs roll over for Obama [photo]

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http://twitter.com/#!/Heminator/status/520272653715005441

@Heminator Glad to see @RollingStone still fighting the Power.

— Sean Hackbarth (@seanhackbarth) October 9, 2014

This is some edgy stuff, man:

Paul Krugman was a notable Obama critic. Now he's calling the president a historic success. Our full cover story: http://t.co/TrPc8kHYDm

— Rolling Stone (@RollingStone) October 8, 2014

55 numbers that prove President Obama has accomplished more than you may realize: http://t.co/HPtxRyAOnO

— Rolling Stone (@RollingStone) October 9, 2014

Roll over, Rolling Stone. There’s a good little lapdog!

@RollingStone this is reaching

— Chadd Bryant (@chadd787) October 8, 2014

@RollingStone lol. This article title sounds hilarious.

— Evan Estes (@eventestes) October 8, 2014

@CuffyMeh is this the real world?

— sarah (@mamaswati) October 9, 2014

@RollingStone Are you kidding me?? What are you talking about Paul Krugman has always been a a synchronized mouth piece of liberal policies

— Eric Pistey (@shawnpisteySC) October 8, 2014

@RollingStone The Obama Apparatchik working overtime

— MIKEB (@mblake1715) October 8, 2014

@RollingStone Hahahahaha pathetic

— Papabear (@Latheman1791) October 9, 2014

No kidding.

@RollingStone good lord who actually retweets this crap?

— sh (@sharon0506) October 9, 2014

These folks, for starters:

@RollingStone, groupies and publicists masquerading as journalists.

— Ed Slavin (@SlickFrog83) October 9, 2014

Give it up, Rolling Stone.

@RollingStone This magazine has become a joke. Stick to music, you all have a hard enough time with that.

— Eric Grimes (@Erockinga) October 8, 2014

@RollingStone stick to music and pop culture.. you are embarrassing with your head in the sand blind support of Obama

— dm (@missumuggins) October 9, 2014

A rolling stone may gather no moss, but this one’s a pro at gathering cobwebs:

Between Cosmo and Rolling Stone, the crisis in print has never been more vivid.

— Noah Rothman (@NoahCRothman) October 9, 2014

Jackson Brown, Neil Young, Mick Jagger. Good to see Rolling Stone moving on from Boomer fossils. pic.twitter.com/HYNMEjOaiv

— Cuffé (@CuffyMeh) October 9, 2014

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