Myspace today launched a contest for users called MyState of the Union, where myspacers submit 60 second videos that express their views on the current state of America and what...

Myspace today launched a contest for users called "MyState of the Union," where myspacers submit 60 second videos that express their views on the current state of America and what changes they think need to be made.

The contest seems to be structured similar to that of American Idol – a panel of celebrity/expert judges judge and nominate videos, but other MySpace users ulitmately choose the winner.  The panel of judges is made up of politicians including former Senate Majority Leader Dr. Bill Frist and John Podesta the former White House Chief of Staff as well as political bloggers Markos Moulitsas Zúniga of DailyKos and Jonah Goldberg of National Review Online. 

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