NO! BAD IDEA!!!


If conservatives ever need an example of why young people are running from them it is stuff like this Tea Party Community website that looks just like Facebook.

Okay, okay, I get it you don’t like the censorship. If you run from culture you will just continue to play into the stereotype the media has already set up and you are falling right into their hands to allow them to continue to define you and your message! This is a BAD IDEA! RUN!!!

You can not change minds and get your message out by separating from culture. By moving away from things like Twitter and Facebook, you are hiding yourself, you will be viewed as cowards and the media will continue to spin this as conservatives running to their bubbles and hiding from the truth. The media doesn’t care about truth but this plays right into the media’s hand. STOP IT!


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  • http://www.black-and-right.com/ Bob Parks

    Actually, Myke, our newest contributor made this observation.
    bp

  • GoodMojo1

    I had not thought about this, in those terms Bob, but I have to agree.
    That being said, to fellow conservatives: If you find anything on a site such as fb, twitter, or youtube, that liberals might find particularly offensive (Like anything with the ring of truth.), consider downloading it to you own computer for safe keeping (Be careful, of course.) so you can repost it after the censorship.

    • http://www.black-and-right.com/ Bob Parks

      Actually, Michael, our newest contributor made this observation.
      bp

  • koala

    It’s probably not real anyway.

  • Rick_Won

    I tried to look at the site and keep getting this error:

    “www.teapartycommunity.com uses an invalid security certificate.

    The certificate is not trusted because no issuer chain was provided.”

    If they can’t set their site up then I’m not joining. You comments about a bad idea is one I hadn’t considered, but you are right. The liberals always want us to shut up and sit down and joining this other forum is playing into their hands, as you mentioned. Thanks for the insight.