Interactive News Site XFuseNews.com Invites 2008 Presidential Candidates to Post Their Video for Free

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XFuseNews.com, an interactive news site, featuring all the United States daily and weekly newspapers has invited the 2008 Presidential candidates to post their videos on the XFuseNews.com web site for Free.

We know the Internet is going to play and active role in the 2008 election. We think our site is just one more source for candidates to be seen and heard and another opportunity for citizens to know what the candidates stand for

XFuseNews.com, an interactive news site, featuring all the United States daily and weekly newspapers has invited the 2008 Presidential candidates to post their videos on the XFuseNews.com web site for Free. The site also has the ability for readers to make comments, write Letters to the Editor and interact with other readers.

"We know the Internet is going to play and active role in the 2008 election. We think our site is just one more source for candidates to be seen and heard and another opportunity for citizens to know what the candidates stand for," Said Blaire Fanning, Marketing Director for XFuseNews. "Our pole section will be monitored to see how visitors to our site will be commenting on what they read in the newspapers and how they might be inclined to vote."

XFuseNews hopes to make this forum an easy place for you to not only find newspapers you are interested in-but also to be able to comment about the stories you read, send letters to the editor, discuss stories with other readers and even report news by blog at http://www.xfusenews.com or uploading your OWN news videos.

Our job here at XFuseNews is to make sure comments and ideas will be heard.

We will do our best to make sure what you think is newsworthy and interesting gets out there. Please enjoy your newspapers and send your comments to http://www.xfusenews.com or call 813-333-6210.

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