Tuesday, October 30, 2007

Anti-Hillary Video Gets over 1.4 million Hits on YouTube and Google Video

The above video has gotten over 1.4 million hits on Google video and (with it's other part) over a half-million hits on YouTube. It's an anti-Hillary Clinton video by Peter Paul. The rest of this breaking story by New York Daily News:
First came the Orwellian mash up YouTube video that portrayed Hillary Rodham Clinton as Big Brother. Then came a clip of her off-key rendition of "The Star-Spangled Banner." Now, a stinging 13-minute video by a bitter Clinton foe is finding its own Internet audience.

The clip, a preview of a longer film by one-time Clinton donor Peter Paul, has scored more than 1.4 million hits on Google Video and about 350,000 on YouTube during the past week. Its popularity has driven it to the top spot on Google Video over the past two weeks.

Paul is a Hollywood entrepreneur, former partner of Spider-Man creator Stan Lee and convicted felon who has sued the Clintons in connection with a celebrity-packed fundraiser he helped organize for her 2000 Senate race. A California appeals court earlier this month ruled that Sen. Clinton should be dismissed from the suit.

With the fascination about Hillary Clinton and the number who absolutely wouldn't vote for her under any circumstances, the video seems to be proof that there's an enthusiastic anti-Hillary audience among the viewers at Internet video sites.

by Mondoreb
& Little Baby Ginn


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