I’m packing up stuff now, ready for a full day’s travel (home) tomorrow, so this will be my last post for 24-32 hours. I have a question for you, though. Do bloggers like me matter?
I think that the big bloggers, whether Right (Michelle Malkin, Little Green Footballs, Power Line, American Thinker, etc.) or Left (Daily Kos, et al.) matter a great deal and have the heft to affect the political process. I’m wondering, though, about politically oriented blogs like mine, and like many of those in my blogroll. We’re blogs that probably get between 200 and 2000 hits per days, depending just how popular we are, but we’re definitely not in the big league. Instead, we’re often preaching to a core group of the choir, which is a delightful feeling, but I wonder if it matters when the rubber hits the road.
In other words, do you think that all of these little political forums affect the political process? I’d very much like your opinion on this.Email This Post To A Friend
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