So Much For That, Then…

4 comments May 7th, 2007at 07:47pm Posted by Eli

May 4, 2007: Death to the liberal tyranny of YouTube! All hail QubeTV!

Yes, that’s right, a YouTube imitation for rightwingers only.

No, seriously: is dedicated to bringing your conservative take on politics and culture to the Internet. We know that the history of the modern mass media has been liberal in both its ownership and content for decades. With the world of the Internet playing an increasingly vital part in both our politics and culture, conservatives cannot sit back and cede the territory of online videos and pictures. There will, doubtless, be many conservative sites vying for your attention. We here at QubeTV hope to win your loyalty by committing ourselves to making this your favorite conservative place in the Internet universe. You are the star the investigative political reporter, the anchor, the comedian, the believer, the student, the jock and you have a camera.

May 7, 2007: The glorious right-wing netroots revolution is here! Huzzah!

To get involved, you can join our Google Group and add your thoughts to the threads or start your own discussion topics. You can also follow our blog through our Twitter account, join our facebook group, organize under our DiggRight initiative (digg it!), connect with us on our YouTube channel, our myspace account, and many other socnets that we’ll tell you about.


Entry Filed under: Blogosphere,Republicans,Technology


  • 1. LJ/Aquaria  |  May 7th, 2007 at 7:56 pm

    Christ Almighty Damn, that’s going to be so bad that going for some live webcam action through Adult Friend Finder would engage more brain cells. At least with an AFF buddy, you might have a remote chance to have some friendly cyber fun at the same time.

  • 2. PoliShifter  |  May 7th, 2007 at 7:59 pm

    Great. First a conservative version of The Daily Show and now this…

    Atlas doesn’t seem to have any problems getting on YouTube. Plenty of clips of Hannity, O’Reilly, and other wingnuts…

    I guess we really need to sqaush the 28 percenters to keep them from growing back and getting us into another protracted occupation who’s sole purpose is to steal the U.S. Treasury and give it to administration friendly corporations.

    These people frighten me. We all got complacent in the 90’s and they were able to take over radio and cable news. Now they want the internet.

    Hopefully as their hypocrisy is continually on display people will not take them seriously and relegate them to little or no impact.

    But I do have concern that while the repigs and wingnuts are in retreat, clearly they are in the minority, that in the background they are crafting some sort of triumphant return to the public mainstream.

    78% of The People want us out of Iraq and yet these guys still act like they are in the majority.

  • 3. PoliShifter  |  May 7th, 2007 at 8:00 pm

    Sorry, I ment 72%…a healthy majority oppose Bush, oppose Republicans, oppose wingnuts, and oppose the occupation. But to hear the wingnuts tell it, they are the ones who are the majority.

  • 4. Eli  |  May 7th, 2007 at 8:03 pm

    Well, the part that tickles me is that after they tout this as the Conservative YouTube Killer, the Glorious Conservative Internet Revolution goes and announces that it’s using YouTube.

    As for the 28% acting like the majority (and the media agreeing with them), once you grant the premise that only Republicans and conservatives are *real* Americans, then everything you hear about what the American people want makes perfect sense.

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