HuffPo (tongue in cheek) asks SOTU lawmakers “who” they’re wearing

A cute tongue-in-cheek idea from HuffPo, asking members of Congress attending last night’s State of the Union “who” they’re wearing (meaning, which designer).

Fortunately, no one totally fell for it.


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  • Matt Rogers

    I can view them, and I use Firefox (in the US).

  • HelenRainier

    I went to Huff Po and found it and was able to watch it there. I think it was under the “Politics” section. It was hilarious. I don’t like IE and uninstalled it. I use Dragon explorer — based on Firefox but not all the bells and whistles.

  • emjayay

    Working for me today using IE.

    Well, of course except for the square of something covering the NW quadrant. Didn’t get to see most of the interviewee faces.

  • Indigo

    “Fortunately?” I’d say unfortunately. It’s reasonable to expect congress-critters to pay attention to something. Maybe the question should be adapted to their social context. Ask them, Who’re you drinking?

  • kingstonbears

    I think this makes 6 videos in a row that we can’t view. Hmmm……

  • HelenRainier

    They’re also not working if you’re inside the US.

  • goulo

    “Sorry, but this video is currently unavailable for viewing at this domain.”

    BTW Many of the videos you’re linking lately aren’t working for me (outside the US)… :(

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