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Marc Rubin is an artist and former art director and screen and TV writer. He became actively involved in politics during the 2008 presidential campaign as co-founder and executive director of the Denver Group, a non-connected committee for whom he did print ads and TV commercials on behalf of Hillary Clinton's candidacy advocating a fair process at the Democratic Convention in Denver. He blogs atTom In Paine