Comment: Personally, I would opt for a more benign first impression

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Personally, I would opt for a more benign first impression

Both meanings convey that there is something wrong with the law. That may be a turn-off to many people. Consider those that think the law simply needs to be followed, including holding our congress to the Constitution in their law passing and regulation-delegation responsibilities.

However, a site that appears to only have an archive and anti-partisan information component can be attractive to people on both sides of all fences. Once they get there, they can initially use it however they desire, but if the general theme migrates toward fixing things and exposing things to fix, etc., then the entire crowd is involved.

In this way, we don't exclude anyone and get labeled any terms that eventually get co-opted, e.g. Tea Party. I think this is a critical component of all successful social sites online.