AsÂ someone who has an abiding interest in creating an authentic Internet 3rd political party, I am saddened at Unity08′s decision to block my participation in their efforts. As IÂ pointed out to them many times before, there is really no difference in Unity08 than any other political party, including their intolerance at criticism.
Nevertheless, I have learned from Unity08 mistakes. The most important lesson I have learned is that while the Internet can be a powerful commutative tool, like any powerful tool, if mishandled,Â it can alsoÂ powerfully hurt you. Unfortunately, Unity08 have chosen to deny itself of this feedback when it mishandles its Internet presence. So who is the real looser?