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Top 10 tweets attacking House speaker Frank McNulty for civil unions bill's death

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Civil unions bill supporters are blaming House speaker Frank McNulty for its death for assigning it to a so-called "kill" committee. Witness the explosion on Twitter, where the response was vitriolic even by social media standards. If there were any positive takes, we could't find them. Here are the top ten tweets -- by, among others, laid off Denver Post columnist Mike Littwin -- taking McNulty to task. Number 10:

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More from our Denver Blogs archive: "Civil unions bill will die in House because of GOP leadership blockage, survey predicts."

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