Saturday, March 6, 2010

All media is the same - Opposition drives traffic.

The Conservative blogosphere has experienced an amazing climb over the past twelve months, due to the almost united opposition to the policies of President Obama, Democrats in Congress and fighting ACORN, while supporting the Tea Parties, Sarah Palin and covering what we do best - National Defense.

The climb will not last forever.

Just as the Liberal blogosphere declined when President Obama took office, when the next Republican is sworn into the White House, the Conservative blogosphere will decline as well. Providing for another rise in Liberal bloggers that will provide opposition.

A new Republican President will affect all media. Fox News will decline, CNN and MSNBC will receive somewhat respectable ratings. The Wall Street Journal and New York Post will remain the same in newspaper sales, while liberal publications will experience a slight increase.

Some will call me ridiculous for suggesting Conservative outlets will feel a decrease in political traffic once a Republican retakes the White House. However, opposition drives traffic for political outlets, regardless of political affiliation.

When Glenn Beck was still broadcasting on HNN, the ratings for his television show exploded overnight. Now, some will argue that is testament to Conservative brilliance on the airwaves, however, Glenn Beck railed against President Bush as much as he is railing against President Obama, resulting in - Opposition traffic!

Conservatives will weather the coming "opposition shift" when a Republican retakes the White House, but we should expect a small-to-moderate decrease in political traffic when the storm arrives, and deal with the disgusting revival of liberal blogs at the same time.

I'm just warning all Conservatives - we are experiencing a dramatic increase in Conservative opposition driven traffic, but once the opposition is situated in liberalism, our counterparts will experience their own explosion, while our role will become one of defending the next President against liberal slander and untruths.

What say you?

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5 comments:

RightKlik said...

No doubt true. Charles Johnson picked a bad time to switch sides!

Appreciate your work here. You're the blog of the day over at RK.

Harrison said...

If that were true then how to explain Fox New's rise to #1 in every time slot during the Bush years.

Mr. K said...

Harrison, Fox News started their grow during the Clinton and Bush years, however, but Fox News has received their current superstar status under the Obama administration.

I don't believe Fox will ever leave their #1 slot ever again, but Fox will not rise during the next GOP President, liberal networks will.

Plus, FOX was a source of Conservative opposition under the Bush administration.

Mr. K said...

Harrison, Fox News started their grow during the Clinton and Bush years, however, but Fox News has received their current superstar status under the Obama administration.

I don't believe Fox will ever leave their #1 slot ever again, but Fox will not rise during the next GOP President, liberal networks will.

Plus, FOX was a source of Conservative opposition under the Bush administration.

Harrison said...

Having a Democrat in the White House has helped Fox however I suspect much of Fox New's growth in audience has to do with people getting fed up with CNN and MSNBC. During the last presidential campaign a majority of people found Fox's coverage to be fair while that of their competition was considered unfair. While I'm sure that if a Republican becomes president in 2012 Fox might lose some viewers I think it is more than a partisan thing.