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ForrestLayne
01-25-2008, 12:08 PM
I have been posting all morning on ABC, CBS, CNN, and yes Faux News. I have seen people ask questions about RP. I direct them to RONPAUL2008.com to read it for themselves. Other supporters have been good at giving the platform without insulting others.

I have seen return posts thanking for the information and then 30-60 minutes later - reposting that they like what hear and read.

Here's one exchange for an example: the OP had asked for more info on RP on ABC forum.

Can anyone please tell me more about ron Paul?? I have seen many comments about him on this discussion board . I did not watch those debates on TV. All i want to know are his economic plans ,how he is going to deal with the war, economic ,employeement, and illegal immigrants problems ??By the way, I dont against legal immigrantsbut the illegal ones.
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Youkex 11:23 AM


Can anyone please tell me more about ron Paul?? I have seen many comments about him on this discussion board . I did not watch those debates on TV. All i want to know are his economic plans ,how he is going to deal with the war, economic ,employeement, and illegal immigrants problems ??By the way, I dont against legal immigrantsbut the illegal ones.Posted by:Youkex 11:23 AMplease go to RONPAUL2008.COMReading it for yourself is better than listening to anyone else - self includedI urge everyone to look into each candidate - most of their records is NOT matching their wordsPast action is the best indicator of future actionExample - This is the first debate that "all of sudden" candidates are concerned about borrowing money from China..... Gee didn't Ron Paul bring that up last summer??? We won the war in Iraq, Saddam is out of power.. now an occupation?? as some would say for 100 years?? Our bridges here in the US are falling down, no money to fix but we expect our great-great grandchildren are going to pay for the mess in Iraq??? Something is wrong. There is a BIG difference between a strong national DEFENSE and strong OFFENSE. "The UNITED STATES should NEVER start a war." RP
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ForrestLayne 11:41 AM

allamericanliberty 11:34 Ron Paul beleives in the economic and political principals this nation was founded on. Economically, he beleives in the time proven methods of free market and lower taxes, with less government [interferance]. Ron Paul beleives in using our money on the homefront and not [wasting] it by butting in on another countries problems. Leave them alone and they'll leave us alone, but if they dont, they'll be sorry! By lowering taxes and cracking down on illigal immigration, Ron Paul will create new jobs and more prosperity in America. If his plan is followed, getting and keeping a good job will come down to what it always should have been-a willingness to work. The American dream can return with the help of Ron Paul if the American people can stand together and defeat the bias media and political power hunger on election day.... Whoever you vote for, get out and vote! Let the voice of the American people be heard!-God bless America!Thank you. Now i think i finally have some ideas about him. I cant wait until the election day to support his believes
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Youkex 12:26 PM

Time 11:23 to 12:26 An hour to get one to admit a change

The whole point is.. this is a good place to get the message out


IF IT IS DONE RIGHT

Don't slam the boards bashing everyone. Present the information and let them decide for themselves - it seems to be working.....

Not trying to blow my own horn - just wanting people to see positive results - every vote counts 1 by 1

MrAustin
01-25-2008, 05:36 PM
I believe most sensible people will come around if Ron Paul's platform is presented to them in a civil manner. Once upon a time I thought Ron Paul was a nut, and I was leaning toward Huckabee or Ronmey...until I was persuaded to do some reading on Ron Paul! And once someone discovers Ron Paul, there's no going back to the fluff! The whole "conversion" process is a real wake-up call for most people. We need to be gentle!


Nice work ForrestLayne!

zakkubin
01-25-2008, 08:35 PM
I agree the problem is when there are too many comments it's hard to have a conversation.
I have had the most success on the facebook debates. Although I have been in epic 3 page long debates they are a waste...

Stay away from the people who think they are too smart to change their mine ( you can tell by their post ) and comments that raise Hillary to a god like status.

I target people who ask legitimate questions about an issue Paul first. Next I target people who say silly things about Paul but that I determine is just misinformation on their fault and not a smear.

EX: Why are you voting for Paul doesn't he want to end public schools?

VS

Paul is racist, crazy crack pot, jew hater, bla bla bla

Anyways I then send PM's to my targets and have had VERY good results.