Saturday, September 26, 2009 \AM\.\Sat\.
I’m not normally the guy putting up political YouTube videos, but this was just too funny to pass up. Ill. rep Baron Hill talks down to a journalism major about why she’s not allowed to record video during his town hall: because videos invariably end up showing compromising moments on YouTube. And now here he is, hectoring the girl, on YouTube.
Lesson: For politicians, life is like the Internet. If you do something stupid, it will always be there for everyone to see.
Wednesday, September 2, 2009 \AM\.\Wed\.
Hattip to Ed Morrissey at Hot Air. Youtube videos for political arguments is one of the more fascinating developments of the internet age. At little cost anyone can become a participant in a political debate, post a you tube video and have it seen by potentially millions of viewers. I like it! It interjects citizen particpation in what had been a big money game. The pro-ObamaCare video is from “Engio”. The video response is from “How the World Works”. Read the rest of this entry »
Saturday, October 11, 2008 \AM\.\Sat\.
Finally, something worthwhile in the top viewed videos of the day. I was surprised to see this, and thought I’d offer a break from the political discussions.