New Social Network Dedicated to Barack Obama

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A new privately run social network dedicated to Barack Obama has been launched as an alternative platform for discussing the new President of the United States and US politics. is a social network that can be used by both supporters and critics of Barack Obama, as well as by people with an interest in anything regarding Barack Obama and US politics. The social network's features include profiles, blogs, galleries, polls, groups and more.

Barack Obama made history when he won The United States presidential election of 2008, and he was the first candidate to use the internet to the fullest extent, by creating supportive profiles on social networks such as Facebook and MySpace to support his campaign. Obama even created his own social network.

Where Obama's own social network exists to help Obama's supporters organize events and connect locally with others, tries to give people all over the world a possibility to voice their opinions on the new President of the United States and US politics in general, on a completely independent platform.

The new social network is targeted at people who want to seriously discuss the new political situation and allows users to express their opinions through the use of profile pages, writing blog entries, uploading to picture galleries, creating user polls, and last but not least, the possibility to create user groups, that can be used to discuss matters with like-minded people.

Users on the network are automatically divided into subnetworks depending on their geographical location and easily allows people to connect and interact with eachother through public commenting and the private messaging interface. The network's group features include forum-like discussion threads.

Sign up for free today, voice your opinion and connect with people who want to make a difference.

The site's creator, Jens Christensen, is a web developer and online marketing specialist.

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