Thursday, May 31, 2012

"Like" Bearing Drift and take us over 5,000 - UPDATE ... We did it!

Update: Bearing Drift made it! The 5,000 mark was reached right at midnight. Thanks to all who signed up ... you won't be sorry!

 At Bearing Drift, our Facebook page has surpassed 4,800 "likes" and we're aiming for 5,000. If you read commentary and opinion on local, state, and national politics, we'd love to have you "like" us. Help us reach our goal of 5,000 by going to our Facebook page:

Some of the top political writers in the Commonwealth contribute to Bearing Drift, Virginia's conservative voice. Come on by and check us out ...

About Bearing Drift:
Bearing Drift was established in 2004. The name comes from the relative motion of objects at sea. If there is no bearing drift, and the distance between you and the object is closing, there will be a collision; therefore, action must be taken.

Most navigation rules state that the best course of action with constant bearing and decreasing range is to alter one's course to starboard - the right! Therefore, most of us at Bearing Drift ascribe to this rule - if it looks like the ship-of-state is going to wreck, move right; you can't go wrong!!!

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