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“Center Right (#dontgo) Movement Heats up the Internet”

November 10, 2008

Conservative Bloggers See Netroots As Key To Advancing Policy

#dontgo originally began as a simple internet tag that the founders would put on their blog posts while tracking the energy debate by the US Congress on August 1st, quickly it became used by hundreds of activists including members of Congress not just to track the energy bill, but to energize and push conservative values. Soon thereafter the site was created and to date has 30,000 opt-in email subscribers.

The #dontgo Revolution takes web-based strategies and tactics that Democrats used in the last election cycle to advance conservative views and values. The mission is to develop a fifty state strategy of blogs and internet social networks that would get more conservatives active in their communities leading into the 2010 elections.

Communications Director Juliana Johnson states, “As we witnessed in the 2008 elections web-based strategies are imperative. Conservatives have time and time again failed to use the internet to attract voters and get more people active. We hope that with the launch of this website we will be able to effectively wage the battle of ideas with the left in cyberspace.”

We’re Back
Date / Time: 11/10/2008 6:00 PM

#dontgomovement @Blog Talk Radio

The 2008 presidential election didn’t end the conservative movement – it rebooted it. The #dontgo movement, famous for demanding that Pelosi and her Democratic Congress return to Washington and vote on offshore drilling, is back to help put conservatives back in the driver’s seat. Listen in and learn where #dontgo is heading and how you can help! With Hosts Tricia Cunningham and Eric Odom


Dear Free Market Activists: are you feeling hopeless in the wake of the 2008 election? Are you worried that there’s nothing you can do to challenge the new liberal tone in Washington? Worry no more: the #dontgo movement, famous for calling the Democratic Congress back to Washington to vote on on offshore drilling during the Gas Crisis of 2008, is back with a vengeance in the wake of the election and it’s here to bring conservatism back to Washington. Get the latest on what the #dontgo movement is up to, get the low-down on what your candidates and politicians are doing to advance conservatism, and discover how you can help.

Join us!

#dontgo was created by Eric Odom and Allen Fuller.


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