Recently we Email Heresy and Email Heresy – The Sequel — is that e-advocacy doesn't cut it. Congress doesn't pay attention to this noise. And so the perpetrators of these campaigns are fooling their naive e-warriors … indeed, helping citizens assuage their outrage with impotent action).
From his perspective, when the e-campaign vendors argue over who has the best mousetrap, it's “a little like debating whether or not to use Little Mermaid or Mickey Mouse-themed Band-Aids on a patient with broken bones and severed limbs.” In Gavin's view, the real issue is that “the public's voice” is broken, and we don't know how to restore its efficacy.
A provocative view. What do you think?