'Hicky Blue Collar Look' Leaves GOP Red-Faced
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Unidentified Man #1 (Actor): Yeah, and Joe Manchin supported it all. Joe's not bad as governor. But when he's with Obama, he turns into Washington Joe.
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SIMON: Politico broke the story, and pointed out that ads run by both parties often actors to play voters. Jodie Foster in "Silence of the Lambs" had a better West Virginia accent though.
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