The McCain campaign has a special program encouraging its supporters to leave positive comments about the candidate on other blogs. Via Jonathan Martin, we learn that those who leave McCain talking points on “featured blogs” like conservative Red State and moonbat Daily Kos will earn “points:”
Help spread the word about John McCain on news and blog sites. Your efforts to help get the message out about John McCain’s policies and plan for the future is one of the most valuable things you can do for this campaign. You know why John McCain should be the next President of the United States and we need you to tell others why.
Select from the numerous web, blog and news sites listed here, go there, and make your opinions supporting John McCain known. Once you’ve commented on a post, video or news story, report the details of your comment by clicking the button below. After your comments are verified, you will be awarded points through the McCain Online Action Center.
In the spirit of transparency, if any of you leave pro-McCain comments in order to earn those “points,” I request that you disclose that information when you post here.
In the spirit of open dialogue and outreach, I encourage the rest of you all to reciprocate and leave your thoughts about McCain–say, his decision to retain Juan Hernandez, speak at the the La Raza/The Race conference, embrace anti-assimilationist campaign finance co-chair Jerry Perenchio, and perpetuate global warming hysteria, for starters– on the McCain campaign blog.
The McCain blog is here.
Sorry, I don’t have any “points” to give you.
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