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Republicans to Crowdsource 2010 Party Platform

The 2004 and 2008 elections made it abundantly clear that Republicans had a long way to go if they intended to catch up to the Democrats when it comes to politicking 2.0. Obama was thrust into office based largely on his success in leveraging the Web to rally the youth vote and has carried that tech savvy into the White House. In the meantime the GOP has struggled to even pull off simple tasks,...

Web-Assisted Attack on Tea Party Bound to Backfire

Congratulations Jason Levin; you have single-handedly let the Tea Party movement off the hook. Levin, who is either a technology consultant or a school teacher (or both), has taken to the Web to organize the 'Crash the Tea Party' movement. The goal of his organization is to infiltrate and "out-crazy" the fringe members of the group. We, like most, would never take the rather extreme leap to...

Virginia Pols Ignite Human Microchips Debate With Antichrist Mentions

As we inch closer to 2012, and as fatalists prepare themselves for the Mayan-predicted end of the world, everyone will, as they have for centuries, start looking for signs of the apocalypse. Some Virginian lawmakers, however, say they may have already found one of these signs: microchips. According to The Washington Post, the Virginian House of Delegates is set to vote on a bill that would...

Republicans Out-Tweeting Democrats, Study Shows

Al Gore may have invented the Internet, but according to one study, it's Republicans who have grabbed firm control of the Twitter torch. And they're running with it. As FOX News reports, a study called "Twongress: The Importance of Twitter in Congress" recently found that even though Republicans may be in the congressional minority, way more GOP politicians are using Twitter than Democrats. Of...

Reminder: McCain Can't Use a Computer

Oh McCain candidacy. First there was the cottage cheese and jello thing, and now we are once again reminded of this: In a (sort-of) recent Yahoo video re-highlighted by HuffPo, members of the Republican Party admit to not watching movies (un-American!) and favoring PCs over Macs (gasp). Mitt Romney, Mike Huckabee, et. al admit their love for the computer of the Right, though Romney tries to...