NewsBites: Tweet My Love, Obama on Massachusetts Message, The Road to Health Care Legislation, Vagina Warriors in Haiti, and Is Your Password Really a Password?

I hate to say it… but Valentine’s Day is around the corner, which means an inundation of Tiffany commercials, singing telegrams at the office, and All Red Everything. This may just be good news for Twitter though: the internet conglomerate has just struck a deal with the makers of candy hearts – Text Me and Tweet Me are being added to the lot this year. [NBC]

Sitting down with ABC‘s George Stephanopoulos, President Obama concedes that “[t]he same thing that swept Scott Brown into office swept me into office. People are angry, and they’re frustrated.” He spoke to the devastating blow to the Democrats, and why he’s had a hard time reaching the American people. Check out the transcript. [ABC]

With the GOP strong arm in the Senate, the Democrats may have to scale back their plans for universal health care in hopes of drumming up bipartisan support. Quite honestly, I’m not sure if even this will get it through Congress. We just may be S.O.L for now. [NYT]

Myriam Merlet, Magalie Marcelin, Anne Marie Coriolan. These are just three of the hundreds of thousands of victims in last week’s earthquake. I highlight these women and their stories because each of them was extensively involved in the Haitian Women’s Movement. Dubbed “Vagina Warriors,” their journeys are truly inspiring. [CNN]

Does your password leave you prone to attack? With hackers on the rise, the New York Times publishes the list of most insecure passwords to use. Is yours one of them? Internet security is truly no joke. Just ask Google. [NYT]

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