Thursday, January 11, 2007

There's something funny here I can't put my finger on ...


I could swear there's something missing here ... what could it be?

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

oh,the independant logers, the green blogers and the progressive blogger. also he most likely failed to take into account cross overs and Quebec bloggers

CC said...

Not to mention that, if you have 306 Blogging Tories, 305 of them are redundant.

catnip said...

The only reason there are so many conservative bloggers is because there's no way they could get away with spouting their hateful shit using established media outlets. The blogosphere is a free for all for their bigotry and ignorance that they just can't resist.

And what you said, cc.

eastern front said...

Toronto Tories
A collection of thoughts...

Sorry, had to stop there.

Ti-Guy said...

The reason there are so many "conservative" bloggers is that it doesn't take a lot of work to blast uninformed drivel that relies, almost exclusively, on the fatuous blathering inflicted on us by a couple of morons in the traditional media.

Being "conservative" is the easiest thing in the world.

William E. Demers said...

Despite all the hatred that is being spouted here, the analysis was taken of political blogs within Canada, for the purpose of looking at the 3 major parties. The Bloc has been left out for their desire to be obstructive in parliament, and as their prime agenda is to seperate from our country.

Even if I had included the Bloc, you'd still tell me that we Conservatives are a bunch of misinformed people.

Your closed minds are unfortunate.

Adam C said...

Wait, wait. I just hit upon the funniest part of Demers's post: in order to gauge the numerical distribution across the political spectrum of Canadian blogs - a medium he describes as endowed with "freedom, individuality and accountability" - he restricts his analysis to those that are most tightly and voluntarily affiliated with political parties.

If anything I would suggest that his analysis shows that 'Conservatives' are the least free-thinking (or 'most-willing-to-be-herded') of the lot.

Mostly, though I think it's just representative of the stupid Cherniak 'if you want to be politically active you need to join a political party' paradigm.

Crabgrass said...

Is he saying that conservatives are very well represented on the internet, and that therefore internet polls are inevitably falsely skewed to the "right"?

M@ said...

Despite all the hatred that is being spouted here

There's a difference between people spouting hate and people laughing at you.

Ti-Guy said...

Despite all the hatred that is being spouted here.

Oh, boo-frickin'-hoo. Call the waaahbulance.

...I've always wanted to write that. ;)