Firstly though, she plugs the fact that she has written an article for Iain Dale's book, before she then questions whether you can in fact be addicted to Twitter, she writes;
In the article, in which I very clearly define the reasons why MPs should not blog or Twitter (yes, I know ) I mention someone who has posted 22,000 tweets in four months.I think this is funny given Nadine has given up on Twitter (although it was always funny how she blocked people who didn't agree with her) but still blogs - what's that old saying?
Today, someone has emailed my office with the details of a political/personal Tweeter who has posted 35,000 tweets in a similar amount of time.
I'm going to have to set up a Twitter account again so that I can check this out for myself!... Not.
Is there such a thing as Twitter addiction?
Don't do what I do, do what I say.
It seems appropriate for Nadine Dorries on this issue.
Anyway, I digress. What is wrong with posting 22,000 comments over a period of four months?
Surely these people cannot be in employment because if they are, how can they work? if they aren't then it's time they got a job which involves being sat at a key board because there's nothing much up with their fingers, brain or attention span!!
Oh my god, it is stupid ridiculous comments like this that remind me despite being in coalition, our two parties are so far apart.
Anyway, if that comment from Nadine Dorries wasn't enough to drive you to drink, then hold on to your hats folks.
In the meantime, do you know of anyone else who has Tweeted more than 35,000 times in less than six months? If so, email my office and let me know. Or, better still, if it's someone you know is on benefits, contact the DWP.
Honestly, you really could not make it up could you?