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Over the past few months, there have been moments when a blunt comment or an unexpected outtake disrupted politics as usual, and got an important point across at the same time. Which one did you appreciate most?

Over the past few months, there have been moments when a blunt comment or an unexpected outtake disrupted politics as usual, and got an important point across at the same time. Which one did you appreciate most? | The Nation

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Over the past few months, there have been moments when a blunt comment or an unexpected outtake disrupted politics as usual, and got an important point across at the same time. Which one did you appreciate most?

Bernie Sanders's 8-hour filibuster of the tax deal.
45% (1025 votes)
Jimmy McMillan calling attention to the rent being too damn high.
3% (78 votes)
Middle class mother and veteran Velma Hart calling out Obama on national TV for not doing enough to fix the economy.
11% (256 votes)
Stephen Colbert testifying in character before Congress to draw attention to the plight of migrant workers.
6% (136 votes)
Joe Biden accidentally calling healthcare reform "a big f-ing deal" while his mic was still on.
7% (154 votes)
Anthony Weiner losing it when Republicans blocked health benefits for 9/11 rescue workers.
28% (634 votes)
Total votes: 2283

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