Republicans register domains after baloney remark.
Yesterday during the 435th (sorry, I’ve lost count) Republican presidential debate New Gingrich told frontrunner Mitt Romney to drop the “pious baloney”.
And while Americans open up their dictionary to figure out what that means, the same web hosting company that manages domains for the Republican National Committee was busy registering domain names:
EndPiousBaloneyNow.org and .com
StopRomneyBaloney.org and .com
StopRomneysPiousBaloney.org and .com
All of the domain registrations have privacy protected whois records.
Is this Newt’s camp going on the offensive? I doubt it. It’s probably the Republicans snapping up these domain names to keep them out of the Democrat’s hands.
I don’t know if these registrations are necessary. How many people can actually spell pious, let alone baloney? Typos of these are probably better defensive registrations.