Forty-two percent of Americans use the words "fair" and "poor" to describe Paul Ryan, the recent Vice President pick from the Mitt Romney campaign, the Huffington Post reports.
The seven-term Wisconsin senator has picked up more than 118,000 Twitter followers and 860,000 Facebook "likes" since he became Romney's running mate. Sixty-eight percent of donors in the past week are giving for the first time, the article says.
But a "like" or a "follow" is not necessarily an endorsement.
"A Twitter follow does not imply fondness. Go look at the list of people you follow on Twitter. A sorry bunch of whiny narcissists whom you occasionally hate-read to feel superior, are they not?" the article says.
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