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Looks like the New Jersey GOP state party website is out of date, and in an alternative universe.

(via Wally Edge)

Tags: Governor 2005-6 (all tags)



What bunch of losers!
by jkfp2004 2005-12-12 01:38PM | 0 recs
That's funny as hell.
But, I must say the NJGOP symbol is a good piece of art.
by strrbr 2005-12-12 02:22PM | 0 recs
Re: That's funny as hell.
It looks like it's trying really, really hard to look like a G.I. Joe logo.

Doesn't work for me.

by HellofaSandwich 2005-12-12 03:50PM | 0 recs
disinformation....'s a hard addiction to break.

The GOP Motto for 2006.

by goplies 2005-12-12 05:20PM | 0 recs
This may be their way of the grieving process after a loss :)
by MinnyBean 2005-12-12 06:58PM | 0 recs
too funny
for words
by Albert 2005-12-12 07:18PM | 0 recs
This is something more than just a typo
The GOP is really good at delivering info on the web, and is very, very brazen about it. They really use the conservative - pseudo military sites alot.

Here's the situation: a young kid, maybe 18 yrs. old, maybe likes guns and thinks the military looks cool - hits the net. He will find a site off the blogosphere, there are 50 that are almost directly controlled by the party.

Whatever information there, makes the dems. look bad - but also delivers some pseudo-cool information about one military technology item or another. This is similiar to groups of veterans, for example, trying to rewrite history.

Now here's where things actually break away from reality: most of that information is fed to the sites through the party by way of the defense contractors , hawking their warez.

In the case above, what you're seeing is that the contractors or supplier information companies like in the case of NJ, the pharmas, stopped their data feeds. So the site doesn't update.

This might be funny, but there's a news media entertainment channel out there that is just as funny 7 days a week 24 hours a day that is just as much deep into this kind of thing as this site was.

Remember too the religious right got into it because the Nixon admin. sponsored this study that said basically, porno doesn't hurt you - and so Charles Keating got up and spoke out against it and had the science of the study completely thrown out (but its still valid!) - then the Meese commission, bowing to the evangelicals that came in with Reagan - re-issued a report full of anecdotes. And that actually formed what is now American law on the subject of pretty girls on the net. Its surprisingly strict, as a matter of fact, but its not enforced. FYI for supreme court stuff..

There is an entire class of corporations and evangelicals that really could care less whether something is true, or not - when their data feed shuts down.. this is what you get.

And by the way, if they were real military buffs they'd know the first law of logistics..

by turnerbroadcasting 2005-12-12 07:19PM | 0 recs
Maybe the NJ GOP is hoping for a recount
by LionelEHutz 2005-12-12 08:15PM | 0 recs
I might've circled
fighting corruption as well.
by schwompa 2005-12-13 05:11AM | 0 recs
Re: I might've circled
Yes, that's what really popped out at me. That's like saying "Thomas Kinkade fans fighting bad art."
by Oregonian 2005-12-13 06:42AM | 0 recs
So I called their office...
And pointed out the mistake. They claimed it wasn't a mistake and said it refered to the primary race (which Forrester did, in fact, win). I said that seemed a bit rediculous, they hung up.

Hard to break the misinformation habit.

by dantheman 2005-12-13 06:29AM | 0 recs
The whole NJGOP
website is about Corzine.

Don't these yahoos have anything positive to say about themselves?  Are they so lame?

(Those, by the way, are rhetorical questions...)

by Marc in KS 2005-12-14 02:46AM | 0 recs


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