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ItsTime
02-05-2008, 08:28 PM
We are finding all the "hot spots" in every state. The "mere" 4% in some states are coming from one area and little from other places. What do we do with that area WE RUN AND VOTE INto CONGRESS RON PAUL REPUBLICANS!

We can take over congress next session. Well not take over, but we can change the debate/tone of congress next session if we get more Ron Paul Republicans in office.

We are winning this Revolution. Do not let these numbers fool you.

Keep up the fight and donate/sign up.

ItsTime
02-05-2008, 08:45 PM
bump because most of you are missing the point. and trolls are only bumpin negative threads

Doriath
02-05-2008, 08:46 PM
We are finding all the "hot spots" in every state. The "mere" 4% in some states are coming from one area and little from other places. What do we do with that area WE RUN AND VOTE INto CONGRESS RON PAUL REPUBLICANS!

Good idea.

torchbearer
02-05-2008, 09:08 PM
I Have not yet begun to fight!!
-Captain John Paul Jones

http://bp1.blogger.com/_Esz2h6sKmUU/R6PsZ6oB6dI/AAAAAAAAAf0/Z1673pSlTuE/s400/JPJones.jpg

ItsTime
02-05-2008, 09:10 PM
THIS is what the neo-cons are scared of. A truly PEACEFUL Revolution knocking at the door of Congress!

Dorfsmith
02-05-2008, 09:11 PM
Awesome thread :cool:

anewvoice
02-05-2008, 09:13 PM
The data acquired during these primaries will prove invaluable as we move forward into our revolution.

deedles
02-05-2008, 09:14 PM
yes.. .this whole thing is serving to provide us a nice map of good areas for Ron Paulicans to run, isn't it? Lemonade! Good thread..

torchbearer
02-05-2008, 09:16 PM
Louisiana is ripe for Ron Paul territory.
Its the only state I know how that consideres by law... the Libertarian Party to be a major party.

MrHellebusch
02-05-2008, 09:18 PM
We need candidates. We need a way to identify, rate, and rally behind those who are running with these principles.

I would strongly urge successful precinct captains and regional coordinators to consider running for these positions with the backing of the Ron Paul Republicans. (RPR sounds nice...)

torchbearer
02-05-2008, 09:23 PM
We need candidates. We need a way to identify, rate, and rally behind those who are running with these principles.

You are talking to one candidate right now.. this isn't my first or second rodeo either... and i just found out that the incumbent in my race may be seeking a senate seat, leaving my race wide open.
I need $300,000 to win.
Our grassroots should be able to do that without blinking an eye.
Let's take these tools to the woodshed, one way or another!
http://www.joinsanders.com

how about a mini-bomb for me in the middle of feb?

ItsTime
02-05-2008, 09:27 PM
I do suggest everyone donate to his campaign. :) I will when I can


Louisiana is ripe for Ron Paul territory.
Its the only state I know how that consideres by law... the Libertarian Party to be a major party.

Tidald
02-05-2008, 09:38 PM
bump~

torchbearer
02-05-2008, 09:46 PM
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torchbearer
02-05-2008, 10:08 PM
I do suggest everyone donate to his campaign. :) I will when I can

+1

Ex Post Facto
02-05-2008, 10:17 PM
We do need a way to centralize and verify candidates. I operate a home based business, and part of that business is opening peoples closed minds. Allowing them to think bigger than the facts they are presented with. It's also, in essence, a branding company. I'm not sure if it would fly but we need a screening process for candidates wanting our votes, to be verified through a determination of why they want to hold a position in office. You can't speak the language of the constitution unless you really know what it stands for. We need an MMPI (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Minnesota_Multiphasic_Personality_Inventory) type testing that qualifies a candidate.

torchbearer
02-05-2008, 10:23 PM
We do need a way to centralize and verify candidates. I operate a home based business, and part of that business is opening peoples closed minds. Allowing them to think bigger than the facts they are presented with. It's also, in essence, a branding company. I'm not sure if it would fly but we need a screening process for candidates wanting our votes, to be verified through a determination of why they want to hold a position in office. You can't speak the language of the constitution unless you really know what it stands for. We need an MMPI (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Minnesota_Multiphasic_Personality_Inventory) type testing that qualifies a candidate.

http://freeople.com
http://paulcongress.com
http://www.joinsanders.com
http://ronpaulforums.com

misconstrued
02-05-2008, 10:29 PM
You are talking to one candidate right now.. this isn't my first or second rodeo either... and i just found out that the incumbent in my race may be seeking a senate seat, leaving my race wide open.
I need $300,000 to win.
Our grassroots should be able to do that without blinking an eye.
Let's take these tools to the woodshed, one way or another!
http://www.joinsanders.com

how about a mini-bomb for me in the middle of feb?

I'll donate to your campaign as soon as I get my PayPal account fixed.

ropor
02-05-2008, 10:45 PM
Excellent, we've got to keep this going!

r0bren0
02-05-2008, 10:51 PM
Someone earlier posted a similar idea, that had more detail. I figured I would post it here. If you endorse this plan, then bump copy and paste in other threads. People need to consider the macro scale instead of the micro (moneybombs/strawpolls/youtube videos). I am not saying that the short term is not important, just that I see too many people wasting time with posting useless information instead of signing up as a precinct leader or sign waving. We need to focus on the next 4 years just as much as the next 4 months.


Determine a list of other Congressmen to support and donate to (there is more than one way to take over a country)

Create a national fund starting now. 50,000 people donating just $20 per month for the next 40 months with a 5% APR compounded, would generate $126 million for Ron or whoever he endorses for the next election. Let's see the media try to silence him then.

Parlay this support into a larger grass roots effort. We weren't able to get precinct leaders in every precinct in the country, but what could we do in 4 years?

Begin informing the general public. Bring these issues to the people nationally even if we have to talk to millions of people individually over the next 4 years. 50,000 people talking to just 2 different people per day for 1200 days would reach 120 million people (and maybe more as some of those people would then talk to others). We are talking about a third of the country. We aren't going to convert everybody and that's ok. But I think most of us feel that there is a lot more support for this movement out there, if people were informed and even knew that Ron Paul existed and what he stood for. There are still tons of people who say "Ron Paul who?" or if they have heard of him, there is no way they could tell you what he stands for. We need to circumvent the media. That is hard to do in a couple months but in 4 years, it is VERY possible. Plus, as our economy gets even worse and inflation continues to skyrocket, I think people are going to be really interested in WHY this has happened. Most don't know how the FED works or how our overspending has destroyed our economy.

torchbearer
02-05-2008, 11:17 PM
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Ex Post Facto
02-05-2008, 11:23 PM
Someone earlier posted a similar idea, that had more detail. I figured I would post it here. If you endorse this plan, then bump copy and paste in other threads. People need to consider the macro scale instead of the micro (moneybombs/strawpolls/youtube videos). I am not saying that the short term is not important, just that I see too many people wasting time with posting useless information instead of signing up as a precinct leader or sign waving. We need to focus on the next 4 years just as much as the next 4 months.


Determine a list of other Congressmen to support and donate to (there is more than one way to take over a country)

Create a national fund starting now. 50,000 people donating just $20 per month for the next 40 months with a 5% APR compounded, would generate $126 million for Ron or whoever he endorses for the next election. Let's see the media try to silence him then.

Parlay this support into a larger grass roots effort. We weren't able to get precinct leaders in every precinct in the country, but what could we do in 4 years?

Begin informing the general public. Bring these issues to the people nationally even if we have to talk to millions of people individually over the next 4 years. 50,000 people talking to just 2 different people per day for 1200 days would reach 120 million people (and maybe more as some of those people would then talk to others). We are talking about a third of the country. We aren't going to convert everybody and that's ok. But I think most of us feel that there is a lot more support for this movement out there, if people were informed and even knew that Ron Paul existed and what he stood for. There are still tons of people who say "Ron Paul who?" or if they have heard of him, there is no way they could tell you what he stands for. We need to circumvent the media. That is hard to do in a couple months but in 4 years, it is VERY possible. Plus, as our economy gets even worse and inflation continues to skyrocket, I think people are going to be really interested in WHY this has happened. Most don't know how the FED works or how our overspending has destroyed our economy.


Ron Paul needs to start an organization after this, if we can't get him elected. The goal of his organization would be to validate candidates for election. We would donate monthly to the cause and have a huge mailing list identifying supporters in the area which the candidate resides. This should be a non profit organization to support constitutional candidates. I can envision exactly what this should look like. Freeople.com has the right idea, but we need a certification process with trusted people to handle the monies.

ItsTime
02-11-2008, 09:30 PM
bump for a reminder... dont throw your money away on start ups... Ron Paul has already started

torchbearer
02-11-2008, 09:34 PM
bump for a reminder... dont throw your money away on start ups... Ron Paul has already started

I'm not a start-up. And I need your support.
http://www.moneybomb1.com
http://www.joinsanders.com

this isn't me first rodeo, and I have a path to victory: http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?t=117684

its all spelled out in the thread below. read through and decide. will you venture to freedom's shores with me.