Sep 4, 2007

New 2008 Presidential Election Forum

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With the 2008 presidential election a mere 14 months away, the blogosphere is on fire with people weighing the pros and cons of particular candidates. For those of you who simply cannot get enough of the happenings of the American political game, be sure to check out the 2008 Presidential Election Forum.

This is a website dedicated to the candidates, issues, and mudslinging that revolve around the 208 campaign. You can search by individual candidate if you'd prefer, or weigh in on a particular issue that is important to you. The site also features a search funtion that can help you find a more narrow range of topics about which to read or respond.

Not surprisingly, the candidate with the highest amount of site activity so far is Representative Ron Paul, who has become a sort of wunderkind on the Internet over the past twelve months. Forum members are blasting radio host Glenn Beck for omitting Paul's name from an online poll, and are demonstrating the sort of rabid support that Paul is generating across the World Wide Web.

Registration at the 2008 Presidential Election Forum is free, and these political forums are powered by the phpBB platform. Though the site is new, it seems certain to become a hotbed of political discussion. By joining up now, you can help build this new community of political junkies from across the country and around the world. This was a sponsored post, but don't let that dissuade you from checking out the site.

2 comments:

Shimmy said...

"Forum members are blasting radio host Glenn Beck for omitting Paul's name from an online poll, and are demonstrating the sort of rabid support that Paul is generating across the World Wide Web."

We have absolutely no reason not to trust Glenn Beck, even though he executed the losing dog by wetting the dog down with water and electrocuting the animal.

In court papers, Glenn Beck admitted that he fantasized about killing Michael Moore, and that he participated in the killing of dogs in his dogfighting operation. But he tried to deflect much of his culpability in the grisly enterprise onto his friends.

-Sepp said...

I keep wondering what part of the constitution Ron Paul is quoting that is keeping the GOP running scared...or, maybe it's the constitution itself that has then running!