2012's Best Viral Political Moments Social media highlights from the year that was By Polly Davis Doig, Newser Staff Posted Dec 30, 2012 1:03 PM CST 3 comments Comments 2012, the year that brought us binders full of women and a texting meme from a badass secretary of state. (TextsfromHillary.com) (Newser) – Washington might be Hollywood for ugly people, but this year DC went as viral as any A-lister. Politico runs down the highlights in social media, from the year that brought us binders full of badass secretaries, empty chairs, and more: Bronco Bama and Mitt Romney: 4-year-old Abbie Evans' video meltdown went viral late in the election cycle as a bitterly split nation found one thing we could agree on—We're "tired of Bronco Bama and Mitt Romney!" 'Four More Years': President Obama affirmed his victory on Election Night by tweeting a photo of the first couple hugging—a pic that quickly became the most retweeted ever. 'Binders full of women': Feminists pounced and Amazon was flooded with snarky binder reviews after Mitt Romney's debate gaffe, which ended up as one of the quotes of the year. Texts from Hillary: A random photo of the badass-looking secretary of State texting on a military plane went viral, spawning a website, numerous captions, and even getting Clinton herself in on the joke. Go ahead, make Politico's day and get the full list here.