Thursday, January 25, 2007

Internet sites

I have been perusing the various sites of the current GOP and democratic presidential contenders:

Duncan Hunter - cant find a website on exploratory comittee or official candidacy

Who do you think has the best site and why? I notice that Romney is one of only a select few of the sites that actually goes into detail about issues. I would like to see even more detail given here in short order however.

I think McCain's website looks the coolest, but is one of the most devoid of substance on specific issues, second only maybe behind Obama's site which is an empty slate on any issues being presented.

On the lefty side I actually commend Edwards for being forthright on site his site about where he stands on things.

Your thoughts?


Blogger mitchell said...

Good post. Thanks for putting those website links together.

Sorry I haven't contacted you earlier. I'll send an email to your yahoo account from my new email account.

8:46 AM, January 26, 2007  
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11:45 PM, January 27, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

should be on this list

10:50 PM, January 28, 2007  
Blogger Justin Talbot said...

I also (independently) looked at campaign sites over at Netizens for Mitt.

I think Edwards' site is by far the best at actually communicating with visitors. Romney's is very professional, corporate almost, which I think might scare some people away.

9:14 PM, February 03, 2007  
Anonymous Brad said...

Being detailed about the issues usually hurts, not helps, candidates. Everyone knows the American public rewards A while hoping for B. In other words, we say we want candidates who have considered the issues in depth, but we will criticize to every detail a candidate's actual plans if (s)he presents them.

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5:11 PM, March 21, 2007  
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