NRCC steps up social media fight against Obamacare with petition web cam and tweeting printer

As the Supreme Court’s Obamacare ruling approaches, House Republicans are using the power of social media to gather signatures on a petition to repeal Obamacare. Another day, another petition, blah, blah, blah. Only this one is different. Here’s what happens after people add their names to the National Republican Congressional Committee petition:

Signers will then be directed to a live video of a computer printer—yes, an actual printer—inside the NRCC office on Capitol Hill where they will watch their name printed in real time on a paper petition.

The printer even has its own Twitter account, @nrccprinter, which will tweet out an announcement that you signed the petition, so long as you have a Klout score over 40. (Klout is an online service that measures online influence.)

I signed the @NRCC petition 2 repeal #ObamaCare http://t.co/tG1qLrCW add your voice here: http://t.co/J1kbUS0V @NRCCPrinter

— John Boehner (@johnboehner) June 7, 2012

The @nrccprinter account debuted last night and does more than just announce petition signers.

Man, this is better than my old job: printing out all the pages for ObamaCare…

— NRCC Printer (@NRCCPrinter) June 6, 2012

@lansingg Thx for the #IwantRepeal signup. FYI, my hipster GF dumped me for a typewriter. RT to boost my ego? http://t.co/FeQeYHPo

— NRCC Printer (@NRCCPrinter) June 7, 2012

Not even 10 and I'm already out of toner, people really dislike ObamaCare. Interns fetch me the finest toner in all the land! #IwantRepeal

— NRCC Printer (@NRCCPrinter) June 7, 2012

@coondawg68 Thx for signing #IwantRepeal. Did you get the memo? You need a cover sheet on your TPS reports, dude. http://t.co/FeQeYHPo

— NRCC Printer (@NRCCPrinter) June 7, 2012

The NRCC is also encouraging freedom-loving Americans to use the #IWantRepeal hashtag.

We’re closer than ever to repealing ObamaCare. Tell Obama: #IwantRepeal –> http://t.co/8JjirgEC #tcot

— NRCC (@NRCC) June 7, 2012

#IWantRepeal because individual liberty is incompatible with government dependency.

— Jordan Haverly (@jhaverly) June 7, 2012

Think #Obamacare hurts women? We do. #WomensHealth is NOT improved by this law – passed against the will of the people. #iwantrepeal

— Heritage Foundation (@Heritage) June 7, 2012

In a FB group for others w/ allium allergies. A woman in the UK can't get tested b/c doc won't approve. #IWantRepeal before we become them.

— Bethany S. Mandel (@bethanyshondark) June 7, 2012

Doesnt the #fastandfurious scandal just make you realize how much gov we DON'T need. No accountability. Why give em more power? #iwantrepeal

— Kelly B (@kbowne11) June 7, 2012

.@NRCC #IWantRepeal bc the state shouldn't decide whether or not I get chemo-that's between me & my doctors. #tcot #hcr

— Mrs. Snarticles (@Snarticles) June 7, 2012

#IwantRepeal Because anything the Govt runs costs more and works worse! Stay out of my body! #tcot #tlot #p2 #ocra #gop @libertarianism

— Jack Dean (@JHooperDean) June 7, 2012

@NRCC #IWantRepeal of ObamaCare because of the union waivers that Obama has been doling out to his donors – http://t.co/Pqv6chVi

— bwilliam46 (@bwilliam46) June 7, 2012

#iwantrepeal because nobody actually believes ObamaCare is paid for

— Nick Marcelli (@NickMarcelli) June 7, 2012

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