What bloggers are saying: Wednesday

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After the drama of Tuesday's testimony, today's court action perhaps understandably hasn't provoked as much response online.

Yesterday, VH1's resident expert was unimpressed with the defense. Today, he thinks Kelly's team did better.

A few people have had a go at coming up with a "If it does not fit, you must acquit"-style catchphrase for the defense. Here's TMZ's latest effort.

"Trapped in the Closet" seems to have inspired this chap to sing an update of the trial. Kelly probably isn't losing any sleep over his new rival, however.

Finally, if this R. Kelly endorsement of Obama was real, you'd have seen it playing on the cable news networks non-stop for the last week. But it isn't real, so, er, don't get too excited.

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