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Please rate this Civil Rights Website

Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by raffster, Jun 29, 2005.

  1. raffster

    raffster IncGamers Member

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    Please rate this Civil Rights Website

    I appreciate any feedback you guys can give on this website one of the community organizers in our company is working on.

    http://www.rollbackcampaign.org/

    Please comment on the:
    1. Overall "look and feel" -- does it look nice in terms of design, fonts, spacing and use of space?
    2. Content -- is the information useful, beneficial?
    3. Usability -- do the links work, are they accurate, does it serve its purpose?
    4. *any other comment or suggestion you may have*

    Thanks a lot and I appreciate all the feedback. Critique away.
     
  2. ASL

    ASL IncGamers Member

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    That's not typically what I think of as a "civil rights" website. The issues seem to be more about political leaning than civil rights recognized by all.
     
  3. DrunkPotHead

    DrunkPotHead IncGamers Member

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    It's all part of the liberal agenda!! [/sarcasm] :lol:
     
  4. ASL

    ASL IncGamers Member

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    Well, quite frankly, yes, yes it is. Does it make me paranoid if I go to the democratic national party's website and call it a liberal website? Hell no. Look at a lot of the issues these guys are heralding as civil rights crusades: health care, making insurance companies capable of handling customers who do not speak English, "Environmental Justice."

    There are of course some legitimate civil rights issues on tere, but by and large the issues it adresses are not recognized by all as civil rights issues or civil rights issues that should be regulated by the government.
     

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