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Ferraro Launches New Website In Campaign To Rival Brooklyn GOP Website

September 26, 2009

It’s been a busy weekend in Brooklyn GOP politics.

As you know, I have already expressed my dismay and anger over the lack of a semi-decent website on the part of our party. Now, I am happy to profile an excellent new website right here in Brooklyn. And what a high profile one it is!

Today, one day after announcing his candidacy for Brooklyn GOP Chairman, Arnaldo Ferraro surpassed the Brooklyn GOP’s dearth of internet potential by creating a stunning new website. Hooked up with video and Twitter, the website,, sends a powerful message about what to expect from a Ferraro Chairmanship.

His slogan? Respect—Renewal—Results.

Nicely Done.

When you first come onto the page, what immediately captures your attention is the red background, the dominant font and the image of Ferraro with none other than Ronald Reagan.

I’m not kidding. The Ronald Reagan.

This imagery is powerful. We already know that most Americans view Ronald Reagan as a strong image of unity and Republican values. That image alone establishes Ferraro as a powerhouse of political relevance.

Next, of course, my eye is immediately drawn to multimedia. There is a YouTube box on the lower right-hand side of the screen playing—I kid you not—a world-class campaign ad. This is some serious stuff!

The ad is a thing of beauty. It’s a one-minute video clearly drawing deep inspiration from Ronald Reagan’s “Morning in America” ad in 1984. With the deep voice and uplifting promise of “a new era of accountability and reform,” this ad captures sentiments of so many Brooklyn Republicans, many of which have come to Atlas Shrugs in Brooklyn.

There is nothing like this on the Brooklyn GOP’s website. Nothing.

The fact is, if this is what Ferraro can deliver as a candidate, I can only image the floodgates that could open for the Brooklyn GOP online.

The funding possibilities…The outreach capabilities… Frankly, a website like Ferraro’s morphed into a countywide site would boost the GOP immensely.

Aside from his qualifications, which are well sold on the site, there is an option for County Committee members to vote for Arnaldo for Chairman by signing and dating a proxy form and sending it to Ferraro. In one day, Ferraro has, through this process, done more than current Chairman “The Duke” Eaton did when planning a “protest” on health care reform, which was never broadcasted to the Brooklyn GOP base.

Overall, this site is unlike anything our party has ever seen in Brooklyn. In less than 24 hours, Arnaldo Ferraro has tipped the race for Brooklyn GOP Chairman in his favor.

I can only imagine what he could do with one term as GOP county chair…

  1. Website Monitor permalink
    September 26, 2009 8:19 pm

    That is interesting. In trying to look into Arnaldo Ferrara, to see what he is all about, I took a peak at the website for his very own club to see what they have done – interestingly enough, it is “under construction” and in speaking to others, I have discovered that it has been under construction for quite some time.

    Look for yourselves

    You give him such high marks for his NEW website, without even looking at his own club’s site.

    What a shame.

  2. Joe Topper permalink
    September 26, 2009 8:33 pm

    Hey Website Monitor

    You’re supposed to look at websites for yourself and not “speak to others”.

    Ferraro’s new site is FANTASTIC!!!

    By the way……open a dictionary and learn how to spell!

  3. Tommy Nast permalink
    September 26, 2009 8:43 pm – The website works fine. Under their news section, looks like they’ve been rather active. Can you clarify Website Monitor?

  4. upset county committee member permalink
    September 27, 2009 10:03 am

    I am voting for Ferraro, for chair


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