He thinks they should have seats on State Central as well as on the Congressional District committees much like the CRs and YRs have now.
Its an interesting idea, but I am not really sure we necessarily want that.
The CRs and YRs are basically arms of the RPV. They do not get involved in nomination contests and they work for any and all Republican candidates. Blogs don't operate that way.
The biggest problem I have seen regarding the blogs is that they are going to continue to lose credibility as more people see them as party and campaign tools and less as just personal opinions and thoughts. Just look at how much info is now fed to blogs by campaigns, etc (even some are on campaign payrolls).
Think about it folks. How much credibility do you give blogs now that are paid staffers of campaigns? The same will go for "high ranking" members of an IRV. Their blogs will be marginalized because people will see them as party hacks and less as activists trying to make a difference.
Blogs have a place in politics, but I am not sure it being a group of decision makers; not yet anyway.