'Hey Guys - This Is Barack': Obama Holds Chillaxed Fiscal Cliff Twitter Q&A

Pete Souza / The White House / Twitter
Pete Souza / The White House / Twitter


By Gregory Ferenstein



The world's most powerful man went to Twitter to promote his plan to avoid the so-called 'fiscal cliff' of impending tax hikes. If his style is any indication, the prez tweeted from Camp David while sipping an Arnold Palmer. So, make like your commander in chief, put your feet up, and check out some of the best moments of tax policy in 140 characters or less:

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