Over at Popehat (despite the name, not a religion blog), the proprietor is trying to test his Turing Test acumen:
Today we’ve secretly replaced your regular Clark with Folger’s Clark; let’s see if you notice the difference.
Please ask me anything about politics, religion, culture, economics, the family, gay marriage, the Obama scandals, immigration, the Republican party, libertarians, etc. I will answer it as a mainstream liberal US Democrat. Then you may judge how well I do.
I assume the switch takes place only in the comments, since ‘the Obama scandals’ is a tell. I wouldn’t be likely to group them or tie them back to Obama’s name. More like “the Benghazi thing,” and mentions of the IRS probe or the drone program tend to be mentioned in longer, more profanity-laced phrases. With some hitting and weeping in that last case.
The test isn’t blinded, so everyone will be looking for giveaways, instead of trying to sort. Ultimately, I think this kind of test is much more a portrait of the judges’ model of themselves or their opponents than the player’s. Remember when a Catholic skated to victory in the first competition here, because a subset of atheists didn’t believe Christians could like SMBC?
So, what do you think is obviously a mark of your team or an enemy here?