Website basics 101: register all domain names, especially if you’re launching a new website for President Obama.
Warner Todd Huston with Breitbart.com reported Monday that Obama’s new political nonprofit group, Organizing for Action, failed to register the “corresponding .com, .net, .org or .us sites.”
An America-loving, first and second amendment supporting, Bill of Rights defending man named Derek Bovard scooped up the .net site and guess what he did with it?
“Bovard has routed his new site to the homepage of the National Rifle Association,” Huston reported.
Bovard told Breitbart.com what he plans to do with the site:
This site is going to be used strictly to discuss political views and ideas based on Conservative Values, the US Constitution, the Bill of Rights and Freedom of Speech in the USA which seems to be overlooked quite often. My partner and I are firm believers in not only the First and Second Amendment Rights, but in ALL Rights granted to us by our country, my country.
We have taken what little action we could to contribute to the fight against anyone who attempts to defy or go against the Constitution, the Bill of Rights, and the rights contained within them. We are sickened by the mockery being made of our country and our government and then advertising this mess to our fellow citizens and the rest of the world.
Obviously, Obama’s Organizing for Action people filed all kinds of complaints against Bovard and others who now own the rest of the domain names.
The article said cases filed under the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy usually take a couple of months to decide.
Bovard claims he owns the .net address “fair, square, and legally.”
Way to go Mr. Bovard!