I dropped by the Article II Super PAC web site today to get the details on Sheriff Joe’s press conference and remarked to myself that it’s a good-looking site.
The design strikes me as sharp and modern, not something thrown together by your average blogger, and indeed the site credit in tiny letters at the bottom of the screen points to Online Candidate web site, a commercial enterprise of Daley Professional Web Solutions and Hudson Valley Web Print Design. I was surprised, however, by the pricing: “$149-$599 complete!”
Having worked with professional web designers in a former life, I know that they can offer more than just a pretty face, helping with overall organization and helping the customer focus on intent of the site and how design flows from intent. I think the new Article II site is easy to navigate and easy to understand.
The Article II Super PAC domain was registered by its director, Helen Tansey of Tansey & Associates, Richmond, Virginia, who has been involved in anti-Obama activism at least since of 2009 when she accused Nancy Pelosi of fraud when Pelosi certified Obama’s eligibility to run for President in 2008. Tansey is among those disappointed supporters of Hillary Clinton generally referred to as PUMAs.
Tansey gained the attention of no less than Orly Taitz [link to Taitz web site] this past January in her squabble with The Article II crowd.
More by Helen Tansey:
- Tansey letter to Virginia SoS March 22, 2010
- Alex Jones talks to Wayne Madsen – Why is the NY Times rewriting history of Obama Families CIA roots? Wierd. [sic, sic, sic]
- Investigative Journalist, Wayne Madsen, Confirms His Life Has Been Threatened
- Obama’s Fraudulent Social Security Numbers!
- Private Investigator: New Details About Obama’s Social Security Number Reserved For Connecticut Applicants; Application Date Narrowed Down