The time is right to take the social network to the next level. The Internet has plenty of social sites and plenty of political sites but nothing that gives its users a place for both to come together.
The time is right to stop being discounted as the collective "youth vote" and recognize that sometimes we want more than innumerable lists of friends and creepy profile stalkers. We are a new generation ready for something more in our online world.
The time is right to tell everyone that we do like running jokes about Texas rangers, silly thirty-second video clips, repetitive animation, dancing hamsters, typing with both hands and spending hours of our day perusing profiles - but also that we are still as politically important and diverse as the people who have no idea what any of that means.
The time is right to begin the digital age of politics where discussion is not limited to pundits, television personalities or funny fake news shows. The group voice of the youth is available on the Internet, a unique arena where every person can truly have a voice.
The time is right to tell politicians that we do not care who invented the Internet because we've made it what it is, and that it is definitely not a series of tubes with e-mails stuck in them.
The time is right to usher our generation into its place in politics. We are a new generation of people able to define ourselves by issues and not always by alignment with a political party. We are a party unto ourselves that feels at home debating, discussing and fighting for what we believe in a new venue: the World Wide Web.
The time is right to speak forthwith that we are not simply liberals and conservatives, but everything in between. We are the future of the nation who will bring politics to the Internet vigorously and responsibly. We are all citizens of a new era.