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One way to get your friends to vote

Just got sent this viral video this morning with a headline that read “Obama’s Loss Traced To Ricco Siasoco.”

Needless to say, I was shocked. Then curious. And ultimately, laughing out loud. Move On put together the personalized video, and I’ve gotta say that it’s a great use of technology. The shock of the headline–and the accompanying visuals–is a real doozy. The goatherder from “one of the most remote locations” is absolutely hilarious. View it and then pass it along.

Goes to show you that the Internet really is a powerful medium, especially for citizen journalists. Well done, Move On, well done.


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2 Responses

  1. sfokc6125 says:

    Lets see Obama hmmm . We dont want to answer the hard questions. We want you to follows us like SHEEP . We dont want you to see the tape . We want you to give us your HARD earned money so we can give it out to those who have not earned it. We want to raise taxes when the dollar is down. We want you to follow US LIKE SHEEP.

    America dont go BA BA we are not sheep . If he is so truthful then ANSWER THE HARD QUESTIONS. SHOW US THE TAPE. Bums voting with no proof of address Acorn and its fraudulent registrations. Acorn trained by Obama. Can we say flim flam man. Snake oil salesman .The DNC ha shad controll of congress for 2 years they made this mess. Dont give away this great NATION. If we do then this great Nation will pay .

  2. guy says:

    Yeah, and having Bill-O point at your name and say, “I bet that guy’s a Factor viewer. He’s also a patriot,” is enough to make you wince and laugh at the same time. I also loved the accompanying stories: “Gore: For the love of God, did you people learn nothing?” So good…

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Ricco Villanueva Siasoco is a Manhattan-based writer and non-profit manager. More

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