Political Bloggers, Now's Your Chance

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Did the election ignite in you a passion for politics? Can you write and report? Pretty cheaply?

Then give us a shout. Hair Balls is looking for a good political blogger, one who can keep up with local and state goings-on.

We're not looking for inside-baseball minutia, but we don't want broad-brush "The Other Side Sucks!!" stuff linking to Daily Kos or NRO's The Corner.

It's Internet money, so you won't get rich, but you will get a chance to have a platform.

Shoot an e-mail here if it sounds interesting.

-- Richard Connelly

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