if you really believe that he's drinking water from Flint, then I have some magic dick growing beans to sell to you. https://t.co/VDOqvzt0lO— Allen Parish (@AllenParish74) April 19, 2016
You might be drinking the water but we ain't drinking da Kool-Aid! https://t.co/mmiJbBkthC— AKAdemic (@gjladson) April 19, 2016
Drink your weight in the stuff and we'll talk. https://t.co/lTGSWwBr6t— Sub-Quantum Engineer (@denny_deluxe) April 19, 2016
What is this, the modern hair shirt?— Alice Dreger (@AliceDreger) April 18, 2016
"Snyder says he will drink Flint water for next 30 days" https://t.co/A4VHOfLcFz
Snyder says he'll drink Flint water for next 30 days https://t.co/HfbRLpfXFd Clown really thinks that this stunt will fix his credibility!?— No_Politricks (@No_Politricks) April 18, 2016
Oh, I see his wife will be drinking from those same 3 gallons. So Snyder only drinks 3/4 of a cup of water each day. https://t.co/w8EVXD4yfG— Nick Krieger (@nckrieger) April 18, 2016
Strong PR move...Michigan Governor says he will drink Flint water for next 30 days https://t.co/Gxma5vPMDU— LT Public Relations (@LTPR) April 18, 2016
Snyder said he would drink the water because residents asked him to....didn't they ask that he step down, too? https://t.co/hdedc1SukS— Olivia Lewis (@TheWrittenPeace) April 19, 2016
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