Joel Comm's Internet Marketing Tips
March 23, 2008
I try not to be highly controversial on my blog, but from time totime I will stir things up.
When it comes to politics, I tend to "duck and cover."
And this political season is not much different.
In the past, I used to frequent political sites to debate andgather information.
Unfortunately, most of these sites either lean drastically to oneside or the other, or the people on the site just verbally abuseeach other.
That's why it is refreshing to come across a site where all kindsof political discourse are encouraged, but members are not allowedto flame each other (eg: no abuse!)
I invite you to visit Political Fever and join in the greatdiscussion, regardless of which side of the aisle you are on.
Of course, those outside the U.S. may find it interesting as well!
It appears that Obama Barack is going to get the Democraticnomination and run against John McCain for the presidency thiscoming November.
Yes, Hilary still has a ever-so-slight chance to shake things up.
What is your opinion?
Visit now and engage in the discussion...
Live life today!
P.S. - Note that just because a site may not appear related toInternet marketing doesn't mean you shouldn't pay attention. If Isend you a site, there is always more than one reason. In thiscase, pay attention to how a member sites can be developed andmonetized!
P.P.S. - Happy Easter! :-)
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