But when my good friend Jose Vargas left the Washington Post to help launch HuffPost Technology and asked me to write a guest post about conservatives winning online, how could I say 'no'?
Here's an excerpt of my post:
Read the whole thing here.
If politics is war, and words are weapons, then Twitter can only be compared to the AK-47. The weapon, of course, was revolutionary specifically because of its simplicity. While Americans made superior weapons, the rugged AK became a revolutionary icon. The reason, of course, was because anyone -- a farmer, a new recruit -- sadly, even a child -- could learn to use it in a matter of minutes.
Twitter is the same way. While liberals have invested countless dollars and hours creating "superior" infrastructure, Twitter essentially did the legwork for conservatives, building platform for conservatives to exploit.