Dick Bell: “there are lines out there that you can’t cross…”
Represenative Mark B. Cohen from PA now speaking as a politician that blogs. Interesting comments – I just dropped his blog up on screen for others to see.
Mark Cohen: “Blogging expands the number of things you can talk about–and you can reach out to more people.”
Maybe we need a site like “followupquestions.com” I just registered it
Britt Blaser, “I think in the primary season, it’s not unrealistic for candidates to blog.”
Steve Gillmor, “Blogging is like taking pictures. If I was president, I wouldn’t have time to take pictures, but I’d have somebody there whose job it was to take pictures.”
Rick Heller, former Clark supporter, “Campaign blog problem. a consensus builds, and then if you can get slapped down by other bloggers if you deviate.”
Tom Regan, CSM, speaking as an independent/undecided voter. “How you spend your time is part of who you are. It would humanize Kerry, for example, if he had a blog.”