Democratic congressional candidate Joe Garcia has a blog.
Welcome to our official campaign blog.
We know that Washington is broken. Lobbyists set the agenda and the voice of regular folks get drowned-out in the process. The goal of our campaign is to change that and put the needs of South Florida's working families first.
That's why we created this blog. Whether it be to chat about news or current events, we want you to use this as a place to share your thoughts, ideas and concerns with our campaign.
The blog was launched this weekend so there's only a couple posts and a few links to some YouTube videos they call "Joe TV."
Should be interesting to see how Garcia uses this medium to communicate his message and win the election in November.
Someone [I think we all know who] has created a parody Garcia website on Blogger. If you find the language and the content offensive like I did, make sure you "flag it" in the Blogger toolbar at the top of the page.
Commenter "Anonymous," who arrived here via the website's statcounter, asks me if I understand what the "flag" button does. I sure do. I wouldn't want my child or anyone's kid reading the vulgarities on that website, so I flagged it.
I just would like to note that the moniker "Joedilocks" is used only by one group of people that I know of. In addition, the language and style, or lack of it, fits them perfectly.
It appears as though the administrator for the parody blog has disabled the Blogger navbar, contrary to Blogger's terms of service. You can still report a Blogger terms of service violation here.