With less than five days to go until the country plummets over the fiscal cliff, Harry Reid is calling John Boehner a dictator who cares more about being reelected as Speaker of the House than saving the economy, and Boehner's office is suggesting that Reid "talk less and legislate more." If Congress is still not cooperating, that can only mean one thing: Some D.C.-area Starbucks employees have not been writing "come together" on their coffee cups today, despite CEO Howard Schultz's decree. The proof, as they say, is in the Twitter.
Thanks a lot, Starbucks baristas. Your laziness and insolence have ruined this country.
@starbucks My local Sbux, which is literally yards from the Capitol, didn't write "Come together" on my cup. Refund?— Arkansas Fred (@ArkansasFred) December 27, 2012
@starbucks on H and 11th didn't write "come together" on my cup of coffee. Disappointed— fitiwalt (@fitiwalt) December 27, 2012
My (Capitol Hill location) Starbucks came without an inspiring message. I feel so lost. twitter.com/Brendan_Buck/s…— Brendan Buck (@Brendan_Buck) December 27, 2012
Hit two DC @starbucks today and neither one had "Come Together" on my cup.— Patrick Murphy (@thePmurphy) December 27, 2012
Disaster: The Starbucks on Farragut Square isn't writing "Come Together" on its cups. We're going over.— Neil King (@NKingofDC) December 27, 2012
No message on my Starbucks hot chocolate this year, despite ordering at closest location to Senate.— Derek Wallbank (@dwallbank) December 27, 2012