Saturday, December 13, 2008

Ford Motor's Head of Social Media Pioneers Public Dialogue with Conservative Grass Roots Movement

In my role as co-founder of Top Conservatives on Twitter, the Twitter based grass roots organization of conservatives dedicated to action projects that will return conservative Republicans to a majority in Congress in 2010, I was on one end of a fascinating two way public conversation that caused a bit of a stir in the blogosphere yesterday.

We had just completed one phase of Operation Fight The Bailout (our 1,200 plus members sent a thundering herd of Bailout Rinos as Facebook "gifts" to the 32 House Republicans who voted in favor of the Auto Bailout bill this past week, and were savoring the rejection of the bill in the Senate the next day, when Ford Motor Company's new Head of Social Media, Scott Monty, entered the #TCOT tweet stream.

You can read the rest of this article in my column today at Red County

1 comment:

briefs said...

Let me say again Michael, there are no rules of engagement, the key is to engage. To those who attacked you for "amatuerish" actions, let them layout the rules for Americans to ask questions and to debate and engage, I'd like to see them