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Thursday, November 15, 2007


November 15, 2007

Colleen Murray

New web site,, bears fruit – showcases “Politics of Planting” video, testimonials from Hillary plants, “Top 10 Questions Plants Should Never Ask Hillary,” and “Plants for Hillary” merchandise

Chapel Hill, North Carolina – Today, the Edwards campaign unveiled a new grassroots web site – The new site will offer a one-stop shop for all Americans interested in growing the Hillary plant movement.

As part of the web site, potential plants can listen to testimonials from past plants, read the “Top 10 Questions Plants Should Never Ask Hillary,” learn how to recognize other plants at Senator Clinton’s events, submit suggestions for planted questions, and purchase the soon to be released “Questions are plant them” t-shirt.

The site also features a new YouTube video - “Politics of Planting” - which highlights Senator Clinton’s evolution from parsing answers to answering planted questions.


Paid for by John Edwards for President.