It’s no wonder the wingnut blogosphere attacks Jerid and BSB. They don’t come up with killer ideas like this. They are unimaginative. Dare say even if they did, they wouldn’t follow through with it and make it the success that Jerid is obviously on his way to doing.

The only thing they seem capable of is carpetbombing sycophantic right-wing talking points and talking about how “influential” they are. Hah. Let’s measure influence on results. You got Mary Taylor elected. Congrats. (but I digress)

The BSB NH Project makes The Blogometer today (Obama III section – sucks to have to scroll, but they force us):

Back in NH, BuckeyeStateBlog interviewed Obama’s NH New Media Dir. Ethan Fletcher and explains why Obama won’t make the same mistakes Howard Dean did in ’04: “Exposing a fundamental flaw in Dean’s field strategy, the NH and Iowa primaries showed that the Dean camp had not gotten a grasp on reliable, tangible indicators of his support. Dean hadn’t evaluated his voters; he couldn’t tell if Mrs. Marbury down the block was going to go cast a vote for him, or if he had gotten through to Jim Smathers at the barber shop. Come election nights in Iowa and NH, Deaniacs across the nation had their hearts broken Folks have taken a lesson from the Dean blunder.”

That’s “original reporting” folks. From the front lines. Ask Joe Hallett what kind of sandwich HE had for lunch today at the Elm Street Cafe. Fucker.

I’ve fallen behind a bit following everything Jerid is up to due to work being so hectic, but I’m gonna catch up. Don’t make the same mistake I’ve made. Jerid might be the one who gets to be on the ground in New Hampshire, but we are all witnesses.

  • I guess I disagree, not about Jerid doing something different that will get attention and is deserved, heck I wrote about what he was doing in my weekly Toledo Free Press column. Which is of course much smaller than making Blogmeter but pretty darn nifty to me. (Yes, I’m biased 🙂 )

    Where I disagree is this, we all blog about what others are blogging about at times. This post you wrote is based on a blog post written by someone else. Just because a person doesn’t agree with one part of something doesn’t mean they are against all of it. Even if they are against all of it, they are talking about it, good, bad or indifferent, it gets it out there where more people can blog about it if they agree or disagree. Yes it’s one big giant blogfest at times and that’s not usually conspiracy oriented, just the fact that at times we all think something is important to agree or disagree on written on our own blogs rather than just comments at someone else’s blog. Sometimes I think it’s our ego’s as bloggers where rather than just participate in a discussion on someone else’s blog we have to blog about it ourselves, I know I’ve done that and I probably will again.

    Infact, I should go to my blog right now and blog about this (j/k)

  • #1: I’m just going to go ahead and say it. You lost me.

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