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What is WhoSaidYouSaid? It’s simple, really…

Posted by WhoSaidYouSaid on June 19th, 2010
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Democratic politicians, left-leaning activists and policymakers of all stripes will reveal their views, IF you listen closely. That’s WhoSaidYouSaid: documenting and publishing what they say (and having some fun along the way).

Our commentators will tell you what THEY think, but you can see and hear for yourself: nearly 100 WhoSaidYouSaid videos are on YouTube, with more than 200 blog posts on this website.

Kelly Maher, a co-founder of WhoSaidYouSaid, explained more on Jon Caldara’s “Devil’s Advocate” TV show. [Um, that's NOT Kelly pictured above, but click the video and the view will soon brighten.]

Kelly mentioned revelatory remarks made by Denver Mayor John Hickenlooper that “tens and tens of billions of dollars” are needed to combat climate change; and by U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet, D-Colo., who compared Tea Party activists to those “trafficking in a kind of nihilistic vision” of the U.S.

Who said? They said. On WhoSaidYouSaid.

[Post updated 6/21/10]

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One Response to “What is WhoSaidYouSaid? It’s simple, really…”

  1. Lneer says:

    Just curious, ads on 100 billboards costs a lot, and I mean a LOT of money. Who’s backing all this wonderful advertising? Can’t just be coming from you and me and our neighbors, or can it???

    Wow, what an effort!!


    And, what exactly do they mean by “they spend, you pay”? That seems kind of vague. Can there be more of a direct message, say, to really tell people how much is being spent, on what, and by whom? And then say where those dollars are coming from? And where they SHOULD be coming from, if at all?
    It’s time the American people heard and learned the whole story, not just a bunch of catchy slogans! :o)

    Thanks for all you do,
    The Neers

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