Most watched videos in 2010

I was intrigued by Steve’s post on which of the posts were most viewed in 2010, so I thought I would add to the fun. Below the fold you can see the top 11 most viewed videos on our blog this year based on You Tube views. You might be surprised.

One thing to remember here. We have our own You Tube channel so many of these videos may not be the most watched on our site but are most watched in total. Thus viewers who watch these clips we posted may have viewed them through the channel as well, or through other sites linked to those videos like Hot Air, Ace, Red State, even Drudge. See if you agree with the standings.

The middle 9 contain the links to the specific video. Number 11 and number 1 are embedded here. Why 11 and not 10? Well because 10 and 11 are so close it just would not be fair to leave number 11 out of the mix. Agree? Heh.

11: Matthews whacks tea party for having guns.


10.Blumenthal explains how jobs are created.

9: Mexican President Tells Blitzer Mexican immigration laws just like Arizona

8. Robert Reich tells George Will the American people are dopes.

7. Matthews tells Obama to dump the teleprompter (Only host to make the list twice, heh)

6. Andrea Mitchell gets schooled by Judd Gregg

5. Nancy Pelosi walks past Tea Party with big gavel

4. Obama doesn’t care about process, just pass health care

3. Karl Rove takes on David Plouffe

2. O’Reilly and Congressman Anthony Weiner play who’s on first with taxes

1. and drum roll please … the most viewed clip in 2010 … “Death Panels” … 53, 976 views


There is really no rhyme or reason as to why some videos took off and some didn’t. My list would have been different but … it is what it is. Feel free to leave a comment and tell me what your favorite video was. Wondering what is still the number one and two since I began this. That’s an easy one …. Put that lipstick on and take a pill.

Number Two all time … with 167,991 views


Number One all time … with 178, 322 views


4 replies
  1. RoBrDona
    RoBrDona says:

    I still think that the best is our "Senator named Sue" trying to explain what creates jobs. It is the quintessential career liberal progressive hack politician explanation – "I don't care, it has no bearing on my platform, therefore I never thought about it".   

  2. brianh
    brianh says:

    Apparently, I'll have to look elsewhere for my Chris Christie fix…or Paul Ryan schooling the president at the Blair House health care summit.

  3. weregettinghosed
    weregettinghosed says:

    The fact is all are good and all relevant to the cause of restoring our freedom, the views are some quite by curiosity rather than the content being better than other. Nationally, a Connecticut based video will prompt fewer viewers thought its content is quiet important to the state. Videos are good methods of spreading the word of what is important to know, each video uploaded has produced a good response, for that we know the work is being accomplished therefore future videos shall also produce an education of the masses. Keep the work coming in the next year, there is much to do and so little time for our restoration as the destruction is continuing.

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