You land on a list of keywords with some sort of debug pop-up. I'm not entirely sure they know what meme means. And if you look carefully, the list includes "porn" and "iron maiden". Hmm.
And they're still missing very basic social functionality such as the ability to embed a video, social bookmark it, or send it to a friend. All you can do is Digg, but most of these videos aren't getting any Diggs. They have a Groups section, but it really should be called Message Board. It's a far cry from a Web 2.0 social feature. But don't get me wrong, I'm not saying that conservatives shouldn't have a site. I'm just saying there's zero upside to having one that is less cohesive, populated and user friendly than the conservative presence on YouTube. Jim Gilmore has a QubeTV account. His most viewed video has a whopping 80 views in a month. Gilmore's YouChoose Spotlight video has 317,000 views in less than a week. And not for nothing, YouTube exposure can seduce swing votes, which a QubeTV presence clearly will not. So all that said, if there's no young savvy conservatives willing to build a cohesive conservative video sharing site, than for better or worse conservatives are better off sticking to YouTube.