'Fiscal cliff' funnies found on Twitter

(LIN) — As Americans approach the end of the year, it's getting harder to ignore the "fiscal cliff" headlines. If you are like most, trying to wrap your head around economic news isn't always an easy pill to swallow.

Sometimes the best thing to do is look to Twitter for a laugh.

Here is a list of onPolitix's favorite "fiscal cliff" funnies, found on Twitter during the month of November.



Not to worry folks, the Mayan Apocalypse comes before we head over the fiscal cliff. #ProblemSolved

— Jake Tapper (@jaketapper) November 27, 2012


Does one run *off* the fiscal cliff, or run *into* the fiscal cliff. I feel it's important we start discussing this.

— Stanley Pignal (@spignal) November 26, 2012


We may not be able to avoid the fiscal cliff, but dang it, all sides will come together to save the Twinkie. #Hostess

— Jeff Midgley (@jkmidge) November 20, 2012


I'm fine with going off the fiscal cliff as long as we don't have to hold hands with Republicans on the way down.

— Chase Mitchell (@ChaseMit) November 12, 2012


I'm confident the fiscal cliff will get resolved before I'm able to comprehend an article about the fiscal cliff. some.ly/UzAprV

— someecards (@someecards) November 9, 2012


That fiscal cliff sounds even worse than one of those Cliff bars.

— Jim Gaffigan (@JimGaffigan) November 7, 2012


I may be overreacting, but I've already decided which family members to eat in case we go off the fiscal cliff.

— Indecision (@indecision) November 27, 2012


Fiscal Cliff is my favorite character on CHEERS.

— Doug Benson (@DougBenson) November 27, 2012


Social Agenda is biweekly feature following politicians on social media sites and across the Internet. Follow @onPolitix on Twitter or like onPolitix on Facebook.

Copyright 2014 LIN TV News. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.


Political Pulse

Did you like this article? Vote it up or down! And don't forget to add your comments below!

Like It
Don't Like It


We welcome your thoughtful comments. Be the first to participate in the discussion. All comments will display your username and avatar.


Add a Comment

Sign in or join now to post a comment. All comments will display your username and avatar.


Indiana (change)

Indiana politics enter a new era as MIke Pence prepares to take over as the next governor.
Offices & Officials

Contacting the White House and Congress

Click the links below to get in touch with your elected officials.