The Internet is Not Useful for Politics
Here’s an interesting post from Clay Calhoun, a Republican blogger in Colorado:
I’ve been recently told that the leadership team of the Elbert County Republican Central Committee does not believe that websites are useful tools for communicating with their constituents and the resident of the county. I would refer you to the ECR website, but it is now defunct.
This is kind of like putting your hands over your ears and singing so you don’t hear the bad things other people are saying. You can’t turn your computer off and pretend the Internet doesn’t exist.
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