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By Garance Franke-Ruta
Following on the heels of a blogger push to encourage Democrats to cross party lines and vote in Michigan's Republican primary tomorrow, this YouTube video has gone viral today:

It's had more than 20,000 views so far -- and counting. The YouTube's creator is Los Angeles-based Andy Cobb, a regular contributor of political video to Brave New Film's online video site.

If you see something making the rounds, send an e-mail to frankerutag-at-washpost-dot-com.

Posted at 7:12 PM ET on Jan 14, 2008  | Category:  Making the Rounds
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Actually, all of the Democrats who are willing to cross over ought to vote for Duncan Hunter. If not him, Ron Paul. The Pundits would have TMJ cramps for months discussing those two's amazing victory.

Posted by: ceflynline | January 14, 2008 10:02 PM

The Loony Left is showing just how immature most of the Greens driving the Dem Party over the Left Cliff are.

Try as they might, their Attrition Voting will not adversely affect Mitt Romney's Victory.

Victory is NOT based on a single Primary in Michigan. It is at the end of the process, and INCLUDES: Floriduh, Georgia, Looseranna, TEXAS, New Mexico, Aridzona, Colorado, Arkansas, CALIFORNIA, and even Mobilhomma! All of which have HAD IT with the Invasion!

Posted by: rat-the | January 14, 2008 8:23 PM

(Twice ; )

Posted by: JakeD | January 14, 2008 7:36 PM

Hopefully, Mitt Romney wins Michigan, the GOP nomination, and the general election.

Posted by: JakeD | January 14, 2008 7:33 PM

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