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To: arkadyka

Opposite of FR?
There are many sites:
Digg.com, YouTube.com, Facebook.com...
They all flood their frontpages with anti-Republican stuff. The only reason is because, Conservatives are too detached from the internet to actually be involved in those sites too much to “change the numbers” in our favor.


2 posted on 02/05/2009 6:28:58 PM PST by Crimson Politics
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To: Crimson Politics

I’ve noticed Digg has a slightly growing number of conservatives, but as for the rest... most of them are /b/tards and DailyKos/DUers.


3 posted on 02/05/2009 6:30:43 PM PST by benjibrowder (Looking forward to kicking Obama out of office in 2012.)
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To: Crimson Politics

I have videos on youtube.com and there is a great mix of both.

digg.com i sometimes use, but can’t seem to get much traction.

facebook has both, but remember facebook is a frontier of the youth. You know where the youth stands :)


4 posted on 02/05/2009 6:32:30 PM PST by arkadyka
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To: Crimson Politics

They also skew young and uninformed. Or at least inexperienced with the real world away from their PCs.


7 posted on 02/05/2009 6:59:02 PM PST by Tanniker Smith (The sun glinted off chiseled pectorals sculpted during four weight-lifting sessions each week and...)
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