Mitt gains ground in the blogosphere

In 2004 we witnessed the power of political Internet blogs and forums when the Killian documents, better know as Memogate or Rathergate, proved those documents were fake.

The old media houses lost their grip, power, punch, and prestige overnight.

That event marked the coming of age and power of political Internet blogs and forums en masse.

Salt Lake Tribune – Mitt gains ground in the blogosphere:

WASHINGTON – There are the Texans for Mitt, the Tennesseeans for Mitt, the Iowans for Mitt. Then there are the Evangelicals for Mitt, the Catholics for Mitt and the Law Students for Mitt.

Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney isn’t a declared candidate for president yet, but already several Web logs, or blogs, are sprouting up to promote the Republican for the White House in 2008.

Like the grass-roots efforts of old, this is the newfound Web-roots. …[Read more]


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Posted on October 4, 2006, in News and politics. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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