Tuesday, October 30, 2007

Hillary Uncensored begins to break through the media blackout

The story has taken on a life of its own. As evidence of Hillary's campaign finance skulduggery continues to surface -- from fugitive Norman Hsu to scores of impoverished Chinese dishwashers -- the stink of her original Senate campaign still remains.

Financier Peter Paul's Hollywood fundraising gala cost -- by some accounts -- nearly 1.5 million dollars to benefit Hillary's 2000 Senate run. Hillary's campaign has allegedly underreported it or misreported ever since. In fact, her campaign manager, David Rosen, was indicted in 2005 for filing false reports with the Federal Election Commission.

Election law experts have termed this event -- and Hillary's 2000 Senate run -- "the largest election law fraud in history."

The trailer for Hillary Uncensored has become a smash hit on YouTube and Google Video. The AP's coverage was picked up by over 200 newspapers:

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...

Other articles of note:
The house of cards upon which Hillary's campaign is built is beginning to tremble.

Update on 10/31: The New York Times ad watch column features Hillary Uncensored: Fund-Raiser Reappears as Critic.

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