|His "pro-life" flunkies' witch hunt is failing, badly.|
By the time most news people were burying their heads into their pillows Friday night, the story was raging, even as the governor was having his social media staff work overtime attempting to delete and censor the remarks on his Face Book page. People were swarming his FB page with a "sarcasm campaign."
MSN covered it with a 'to delete or not delete' comment poll.
Yahoo News snatched a Mashable send-up by Kate Freeman who was able to snatch some of the comments before being taken off his site. This alone made the story more viral across the internet.
Many of the ones that were censored were then reprinted with screen shots at RH Reality Check, a net savvy web site for reproductive rights. The article by Head Editor Jodi Jacobson, "Ask Dr. Brownback: ... Women (and Men) Ask the Governor for Reproductive Health Advice" appropriately posted many of the comments that were not sarcastic but quite accurate about the lives of women and their choices for reproduction.
|Cheers! Doing cyber activists proud!|
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