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Netroots Nation Part II: Bill Clinton takes on the hecklers

By Aaron Banks  

Bill Clinton had a sharp word for hecklers

Netroots Nation began 4 years ago under the name Yearly Kos, a chance for liberal bloggers, and their readers from sites like Dailykos.com, to meet face-to-face. For many of the participants this free-wheeling gathering is the first time to put faces to names…or at least faces to usernames. The success of that first gathering put the event on the Democratic primary map in 2007. The entire field of contenders, including Senators Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, John Edwards attended to answer questions and meet with conference participants. By 2008, the event was firmly established and drew House Speaker Nancy Pelosi for…

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