Bil Browning


Filed By Bil Browning | September 02, 2009 2:30 PM | comments

Filed in: Site News
Tags: Michael Steele, New York Times, Obama's approval rating, The Guardian

It's always amusing to me where you see Bilerico Project-related quips show up in the mainstream media now. Case in point:

I noticed a reference in Terrance's post for today about slavery to the Huff Po version of my Steele: I'll Woo Blacks To GOP With "Fried Chicken And Potato Salad" post. Where was it referenced? The New York Times

Alex, meanwhile, popped up in London's The Guardian in a piece called Obama Loses the Left. It references his post "How much of Obama's approval rating dip is because of the gays?"

It wasn't that long ago that we were getting voted "Indiana's Best Political Blog" and no one knew us outside of the Hoosier state. Oh, how times have changed, eh?

Very amusing indeed.

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I think it says a lot about the quality of the product that you and your team produce. Congrats to you and your teams for the overdue recognition!