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  •  Agreed (4+ / 0-)

    But it's only a half answer. What's the formula for deciding issues on which to take action? What's the threshold?

    I'm particularly interested in seeing how the effort to prevent President Obama from naming Chuck Hagel to be SOD made the cut.

    As far as I can tell, there was close to Zero interest in that here. Kos and a couple other front pagers wrote posts about it -- that's all.

    So: let's see the data that formed the basis of the anti-Hagel campaign.

    •  And as to using the Facebook metric, let me follow (5+ / 0-)

      Chris' lead and repost a comment I made in your diary:

      I joined Facebook just before they flipped their (0+ / 0-)

      default privacy settings.  My account lasted about 8 hours past that action.  

      So what Chris is telling me is that my decision to avoid Facebook because of their ruthless relationship with their users divests me of influence in the critical decisions that he makes regarding this site's political outreach.

      That's bullshit.  I spend 90% of my internet time on this site. I know, that's pathetic.  And it's more pathetic when I realize that my "voice" here has been diminished by virtue of this ignorant policy.

      "Well, yeah, the Constitution is worth it if you succeed." - Nancy Pelosi // Question: "succeed" at what?

      by nailbender on Wed Apr 24, 2013 at 09:27:34 AM PDT

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