Sunday, August 06, 2006

Chuck Hagel Groups at Myspace, Yahoo, and Google

I recently stumbled across a Myspace group supporting Chuck Hagel for President. For those that are on Myspace, hop on and join the group. Another way to network and get the word out is always worth checking out.

Myspace.com is an excellent way to network and get a message out. It has been revolutionary for the music industry, and it certainly provides an opportunity to political applications as well. Myspace may well be an excellent tool to get younger voters involved in a campaign.

There is also a new Chuck Hagel group over at Google Groups as well.
As reminder, there are three Yahoo! Groups (Hagel for President, Missouri for Hagel, South Carolina for Hagel) that have been around for a while now.

We encourage everyone to join one or more of these groups in order to facilitate the communication among those grassroots supporters of Chuck Hagel in 2008. The ability to network is critical to success.

Note:
This was originally posted a little over a week ago, but Myspace was having problems that day, so it has been reposted today.

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2 comments:

LETS TALK said...

I don't know if Hagel can get the Republican votes based on what he's said about Iraq and the support or reasoning that sounds like the Levin amendment.

Even though he has not signed on to the Levin amendment, his quote “feeding more American troop fodder into the fight” could result in “even a worse defeat.”

Sounds like he's backing a certain party without saying so.

Citizen McLain said...

Currently, I am reading, "Fiasco," by Washington Post reporter Thomas Ricks. Senator Hagel is saying what he has been saying since before the vote to send troops to Iraq: that the administration needs to go into a war with a strategy that is implementable and well-coordinated. He's been saying that all along.

He also does not buy into this "cut and run/stay the course" debate, as it creates false choices.

And let's face it, the war and reconstruction are not going as planned.

And he's right: without a solid strategy (which should always include an end-game), are we not just feeding our troops to the insurgency? Lastly, if we are in a civil war, which way does the U.S. soldier point and shoot?

All Senator Hagel is doing is what the Bush-led administration is not doing...thinking.

That's what I want in a Republican president.