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Christine Rousselle is a Leadership Institute trained activist who recently wrote an article entitled "My Time At Walmart: Why We Need Serious Welfare Reform" that has gone viral.
Hundreds of thousands of people have viewed the story, and the piece has been discussed on just about every single news website (both left and right) on the internet.
It is a shot heard around the blogosphere, with conservative commentators applauding her amusing insights, while the usual gaggle of leftists decry her candid stories about their beloved welfare system.
Mark Levin has stated that Christine is going to be famous one day and Christine claims her greatest ambition is to become the new Ann Coulter. Witty and gutsy columns like this indicate she may not be far from such a goal, and hopefully we see many more to come in the near future.
Fortunately, I was able to catch up with Christine in between her busy schedule of exams and right wing activism to explore her motivations behind the piece, how it spread so quickly, and why she thinks it's become such a hot topic.