ABC News’ Teddy Davis reports: With Sarah Palin slated to stump for fellow Tea Party icon, Rep. Michele Bachmann, R-Minn., in Minneapolis at 3:00 pm ET on Wednesday, the campaign arm of House Democrats is planning to put its supporters to the test. The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (D.C.C.C.) has created an on-line game which presents five incendiary quotes and then asks players to answer within 60 seconds whether it was made by Palin, Bachmann, or both. (In case you weren’t sure, the answer to the “death panels” quote is “both”). To boost its on-line organizing, the D.C.C.C. requires game players to enter their e-mail addresses before playing. The D.C.C.C.’s “Who Said It” game times and scores each player’s performance and then encourages players to send the game to their friends via e-mail, Facebook or Twitter. The game will be e-mailed out to the D.C.C.C.’s supporter list on Tuesday evening. Play it HERE. The Democratic National Committee is marking the Palin-Bachmann event by releasing a web video which they refer to as "52 seconds of love." Watch it HERE.
ABC News’ Matt Loffman and Jonathan Blakely contributed to this report.