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Live by the YouTube Clip, Die by the YouTube Clip



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Politico:

THE DNC today opens an “iReport” for politics — a website that a party official says will be “devoted to citizens uploading content from political events, including audio and video — a central resource to hold Republicans accountable for misleading claims, lies, and unseemly behavior . . . We can’t afford to depend on the media or campaign trackers to be present and capture every extreme position taken, . . . so this site . . . will increase the number of people out there who with nothing more than a smart phone at hand can hold Republicans accountable.”

Good idea, fellows. You never know when you’ll see something like this:

Or this:

Or this:

Or this:

Or this:

You get the idea . . .


Tags: Baron Hill , Bob Etheridge , Creigh Deeds , Phil Hare , Sheila Jackson Lee


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