Aw, it’s a bipartisan lovefest! Nancy Pelosi’s director of new media agrees with House Majority Leader Eric Cantor: Free the Spotify!
I agree with Mr. Cantor. MT @gopleader House blocked Spotify? This is 2013. It is a legal service that should be allowed.
— Faiz (@fshakir) February 1, 2013
Twitter reaction is mixed to the congressman’s plea to “Let the music flow!”
— Ben Smith (@BuzzFeedBen) February 1, 2013
Ha! Priceless: BuzzFeed’s Ben Smith has developed a strange, new respect for federal fiscal discipline.
Bring back the boombox lol RT @gopleader House blocked Spotify? This is 2013. It is a legal service that should be allowed. Letmusic flow!
— Ryan Johnson (@CampaignRyan) February 1, 2013
— Laura Vaught (@lauravaught) February 1, 2013
@gopleader wow, something I can actually agree with you on…
— Josh M. (@dreggas) February 1, 2013
Wait… Spotify was allowed at the House until now? How come I could never use it on my Federal Gov’t computer, @gopleader?
— beckcl78 (@beckcl78) February 1, 2013
@gopleader you sound like a fucking hippie.Get back to work.
— Bennett Pemberton (@pemberton98) February 1, 2013
— Mad Mike Politics (@madmikesin) February 1, 2013
Some suggested that there are more pressing issues at hand than whether the House comes between Cantor and his Spotify.
@gopleader I can appreciate your love for music, but seriously… Focus, man, focus.
— JAK (@zik825) February 1, 2013
@gopleader Or, you could stop wasting tax dollars and focus on defending the Constitution! Better go tell cons to “get their asses in line”
— Sam Pierce (@sepierce) February 1, 2013
@gopleader stop sequestration that’s a more pressing issue
— deaner (@coastie1991) February 1, 2013
Perhaps we should negotiate?
— Michelle Ray (@GaltsGirl) February 1, 2013
Hey, Cantor needs his Wiz Khalifa fix.
Eric Cantor Cannot Listen To Wiz Khalifa Because The House Has Blocked Spotify read.bi/Xtl3bc
— Brett LoGiurato (@BrettLoGiurato) February 1, 2013
Now back to work, Cantor.
— Eric Cantor (@GOPLeader) February 1, 2013