Dutchsinse has started a new channel named "dutchsince." Note the new spelling. He has a video regarding the shutdown and several new video's he has made. He is starting over from scratch.
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Dutchsinse fans may be unhappy to hear about this.
I just converted one of my old blogs to a Pro-Ron Paul satirical newspaper called "The Lulzington Post". I hope to get ideas from you guys about funny articles I can make as well as ways to promote it to get people to laugh and at the same time get to realize the ridiculousness of many people who challenge Ron Paul.
The link is here: http://lulzington.blogspot.com/
If you like it, follow me and please e-mail me with good promotional and article ideas! Also, DIGG the article if you can to help it get up there!
Ron Paul 2012!
Judicial Watch Uncovers New Documents: Obama Administration Bankrolls Massive Internet Propaganda Campaign to Push ObamacareSubmitted by northstar on Thu, 08/18/2011 - 19:11
Judicial Watch, the public interest group that investigates and prosecutes government corruption, announced today that it obtained documents from the Obama Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) showing that the Obama White House helped coordinate a multimillion dollar taxpayer-funded campaign to use Internet search engines such as Google and Yahoo to drive web traffic to a government website promoting the Affordable Health Care Act (also known as Obamacare).
Dear Friends, Fellow Citizens, Bloggers, Webmasters, and Surfers
What is becoming increasingly clear is that the MSM is intent upon ignoring Ron Paul. However, we do have the internet, and we should maximize our presence here.
I know there are many bloggers and webmasters out there who do not run Ron-Paul specific websites, but do support Ron Paul. To help these blogs and websites spread the word, show support, and reinforce the message out on a daily basis, I've designed some small, catchy "I support Ron Paul" graphics.
This news is from a fan who noticed that web traffic to the Ron Paul site tripled after the debate, while visits to other GOP candidate sites dropped precipitously.
Although the Paul site has only been operational since March, the recent volume closely approaches the highest visit counts to the Giuliani and McCain websites and is currently five times higher than the major candidates.