Answer: Someone putting their political commentary up on YouTube in hopes of becoming as popular as Wonkette.
Dethroning Wonkette is a pretty lofty goal. Let's go to the numbers. Wonkette averages 2,907 hits an hour. That's damned impressive. Terry Turner, on the other hand, averages 35-120 hits per week. Well, to be fair, Wonkette posts 97 times a week (according to their Kinja card) and Turner is putting up a weekly video. So Wonkette averages 5,034 hits per post while Turner stands at about 77.5 hits per post. So, Wonkette is 65 times more popular than Terry Turner. That seems like an uphill battle, Mr. Turner. Perhaps you should aim a bit lower and not sound like a total jackass.
(Wonkette numbers courtesy of their Site Meter link. Terry Turner's YouTube numbers courtesy of The Washington Post. It should also be noted that, using my methodology, Wonkette is only five times more popular than why.i.hate.dc. That is obviously inaccurate since Wonkette is a very big deal and I am, um, not. SO, my methodology is probably totally misleading. But not on purpose.)
And, here's the kicker, he's calling these YouTube things "vodcasts." That's just sickening. I wish the Internet would stop forcing people to invent retarded words.
One of the things that drives me crazy about Washington is the attitude that people assume that other people should care about what they think. As if there is a shortage of opinions in this particular city. Sorry, Mr. Turner, but I don't think people give a shit. If I don't care what Pat Buchanan or Richard Cohen think, you clearly don't stand a chance.
By the way, I admit that we're all a little bit guilty of this. Hell, I'm giving you my opinion right now. I would hate to imply that Terry Turner's opinions should be immediately dismissed while my opinions are as airtight as the Word of God. Both Turner and I are just dudes writing what we think.
Of course, there's a fine line between posting your opinions just for the Hell of it and posting your opinions to be famous. Turner appears to be guilty of the latter.
And you know what, that isn't a fine line. It's a fucking chasm.