The YouTube video seems like an unfair hit on Arno. For one thing, the footage is pretend footage of an admittedly disgruntled petitioner who knew she was being filmed by Fox. There is no real undercover footage of a petitioner being "caught" doing this. It's a year down the road since the footage was taken. Was there an investigation? If so, what were the results? If the attorney general of Massachusetts didn't take this seriously enough to follow up on, maybe there's a reason for that. If the woman in the video, Angela McElroy, was willing to brazenly lie to thousands of people to get them to sign her petition--which is what she herself claims she was doing--why should anyone believe she isn't lying in the video? Some serious charges are made in this video: namely, that a petition company trained her to lie. Where's the evidence?