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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Fourth Amendment says Obama is not at liberty to collect metadata
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Joe Rospars
President Obama holds the early advantage in the digital campaign for re-election, but his Republican challengers aren't ceding any ground in the race to gain an edge through social media and other online strategies.
Call him the Digital Candidate: President Barack Obama is asking supporters to use Facebook to declare "I'm In!" for his re-election campaign and is using Twitter to personally blast out messages to his nearly 9 million followers.
Viewership for President-elect Barack Obama's weekly YouTube "fireside chats" has tanked, dropping more than 50 percent since his initial video three weeks ago.
"If you look at Change.gov ... that's focused more on transparency and accessibility and service and these kinds of things rather than implementing a legislative agenda and sort of having a political organization," Mr. Rospars said.
Mr. Rospars said the Obama team is surveying supporters to determine what they want to see from the Obama administration, and the campaign is trying to figure out which tools to carry over to the job of chief executive.