BLACKBERRY OR iPHONE: Here's What Big-Time Politicians Use

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We checked out the Twitter accounts of top US politicians to find out exactly where they were tweeting from while on the go.

Do they carry around a Blackberry with them or an iPhone. Or maybe even and Android or Windows Phone here and there?

Read on to find out.

Nancy Pelosi, House Minority Leader: Blackberry

Pelosi tweets about keeping our loyalty to seniors and veterans from her Blackberry.

Chuck Schumer, New York Senator: Blackberry

Schumer tweets his opinion on tax cuts and spending form his Blackberry.

Jared Polis, Rep from Colorado: iPhone

Polis live tweets from the floor using his iPhone.

Joe Lieberman, Senator from Connecticut: Blackberry

Lieberman tweets his endorsements on the go from his Blackberry.

Barack Obama, President: Blackberry

It's no secret that our President has a bit of a love affair with his Blackberry.

Gabrielle Giffords, Rep from Arizona: Blackberry

Giffords tweets about the final shuttle launch from her Blackberry.

Jerry Brown, Governor of California: iPhone

Brown tweets about President Obama from his iPhone.

Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Rep from Florida, chairwoman of DNC: Blackberry

Wasserman Schultz tweets at the US Women's Soccer team from her Blackberry.

Chris Christie, Governor of New Jersey: iPhone

Christie tweets about helping out schools from Tweetee, an app for iPhone.

Claire McCaskill, Senator from Missouri: Blackberry

McCaskill tweets about airport run-ins with Karl Rove from her Blackberry.

This tweet made headlines and earned her hundreds of retweets.

Kevin McCarthy, Majority Whip: Blackberry

McCarthy tweets a picture from the front of the Capitol Building from his Blackberry.

John Fleming, Rep from Louisiana: Blackberry

Fleming tweets pictures as he prepares for a Fox News appearance from his Blackberry.

Marco Rubio, Florida Senator: iPhone

Rubio tweets about drawing inspiration from our fore fathers from his iPhone.

Chris Murphy, Rep from Connecticut: Blackberry

Murphy tweets from the floor about the debt crisis from his Blackberry.

Thad McCotter, Rep from Michigan: Blackberry

McCotter tweets about playing guitar, and about his political ideals from his Blackberry

Dick Durbin, Senator from Illinois: Blackberry

Durbin tweets at John McCain about debating again some time soon from his Blackberry.

Al Franken, Senator from Minnesota: Blackberry

Franken doesn't tweet from his phone, but he is notorious for criticising Apple's locationgate scandal.

As you can see in this picture, Franken uses a Blackberry.

Ted Deutsch, Rep from Florida: iPhone

Deutsch tweets his sadness over Clarence Clemons' death from his iPhone.

Chuck Grassley, Senator from Iowa: Blackberry

Grassley tweets about his desire to see fried Kool Aide at his state fair this year from his Blackberry.

Peter Roskam, Rep from Illinois: Blackberry

Roskam tweets pictures of sailors at attention for honour Flight from his Blackberry.

Keith Ellison, Rep from Minnesota: Blackberry

Ellison tweets about how the stock market relates to debt talks from his Blackberry.

Rob Portman, Senator from Ohio: iPhone

Portman tweets about the Quaker State 400 from his iPhone.

Scott Walker, Governor of Wisconsin: Blackberry

Walker tweets about a pleasant family dinner from his Blackberry.

The final tally...

iPhone: 6

Blackberry: 17

Android: 0

You could attribute the incredibly high amount of Blackberry's to the fact that these politicians need Blackberry Messenger to stay in touch with their team at all times, or to the fact that Blackberry's are the most secure smartphones.

Either way, America's government is run by a bunch of Blackberry's.

Note: these politicians were selected at random, with the help of GovSM.com to find out which politicians had the most number of Twitter followers.

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