Sunday, December 27, 2009

COA is Unsurprisingly A Huge Failure

To the surprise of absolutely no one, the recently formed "Conservatives of America," declared to be the rightwing version of MoveOn, has been a complete flop. Since it's creation, the group had about 500 members after two weeks. That would be almost enough people influence a class council election at a large high school, except for the fact that the members are all dispersed across the country. Furthermore, at a rate of 500 people per two weeks, it would take the group approximate 20,000 weeks or 384 more years to equal MoveOn's 5,000,000 members. Look out 25th Century Democrats!

Update: After looking over the additional content for this post, I think that it's at best childish and at worst unfair. In fact, I think it takes away from much of the other content on this site, which is pointing out inconsistencies and extreme behavior in the St. Louis Tea Party. I've decided to delete the content, but I'm sure there are screenshots of it out there somewhere if you really want to see it!


  1. Take a look at COA website, under "Media". Why is Dana Loesch listed first, as if she is the star attraction ?

    More importantly, why is she listed at all, when she clearly does not have the celebrity status that Rush Limbaugh, Ann Coulter, or Sean Hannity have?

    Hilariously, COA links to Newt Gingrich, one of Dana's former "Douche of the Week" winners.

  2. Just glad that me and mine no longer have any ties to her and hers.

  3. Sonia,

    Would love for you to share your story if you are up to it. Thanks!


  4. I just do not like her. On many, many, many levels.