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MRoCkEd
06-05-2008, 02:03 PM
Despite your views on btm/trevor/blimp, i think this is something we can all support- so i decided to post it here:

Freedom Slate 08

http://www.freedomslate08.com/images/FS08-468x60-2.jpg (http://www.freedomslate08.com)

www.FreedomSlate08.com is a multi-candidate fund raising day event
organized by BreakTheMatrix on behalf of a slate of outstanding candidates who
all share the values and philosophies of freedom. These are the people who will
change America for the better! To elect them in November, 2008, they need our
support right now. We’ve gathered the best candidates together on a single slate,
and we’re asking you to contribute $100 or more on FREEDOM DAY– July 4, 2008.

Check back with us regularly at www.FreedomSlate08.com or at
www.BreakTheMatrix.com for updates. We’re still adding candidates to
the slate, and the list is growing. Let’s take back the country– beginning right
here, and starting right now! Our country hasn’t been lost; it’s simply fallen into
the wrong hands. These are the candidates to change all that.

Each candidate will have an individual ticker on his/her campaign website to show
the progress, and we will follow the running totals candidate by candidate and on
an aggregate basis right here at www.FreedomSlate08.com. The July 4
contribution can be divided among multiple candidates, or you can donate the
entire pledge amount to a single candidate. It’s your choice, but we say this–
every slate candidate stands for the values of freedom, and every slate candidate
is worthy of your support.

If you believe in America and what it stands for, then you understand a return to
the checks and balances of power and a return to the constitution can only be
achieved by reclaiming congress. If you want your country back you must regain
representation from your representatives. At FreedomSlate08.com
we’re coming together and making it happen.

Please visit www.FreedomSlate08.com and pledge to support these
freedom candidates now!

Promotion tips for this event:
If you would like to help promote the event here is a list of things you can do:

* Contact your favorite media (online, offline, radio, blog, website, newspaper, etc.) and tell them about the event. Call in live to a radio station and get FreedomSlate08.com on the air!

* MySpace : add http://www.myspace.com/freedomslate08 as friend and place in top friends list.

* Subscribe, watch each candidates video to the end, and leave a comment on each candidates video at our YouTube profile: http://www.youtube.com/user/BreakTheMatrix

* StumbleUpon - please stumble the site! To stumble: download the toolbar from StumbleUpon, then visit FreedomSlate08.com and click the thumbs up icon.

* Please forward this email to your friends and family

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Jeremy
06-05-2008, 02:06 PM
PROBLEM

This is when the Lawson moneybomb was going to be

edit: And what garbage! They didn't even include Lawson. Not only this, but they are putting up candidates that may have lost by July... it's too early

MRoCkEd
06-05-2008, 02:11 PM
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MRoCkEd
06-06-2008, 08:17 AM
Lawson is on there now.

szczebrzeszyn
06-06-2008, 08:53 AM
ok, so a standard question - how much % goes to BTM? ;)

Oh, it's at the very bottom, so let's quote it here for the record (unfortunately no specific % mentioned)

BreakTheMatrix owns the FreedomSlate08 web domain, and is sponsoring and promoting this fundraising effort on a fee for services contract basis with the campaigns participating in the slate. A portion of the funds raised by each campaign in this effort will be paid to BreakTheMatrix for services rendered

speciallyblend
06-06-2008, 09:18 AM
wouldn't it be better to find a candidate and just donate straight to him/her??

MRoCkEd
06-06-2008, 10:17 AM
A good post by someone from Steven Vasquez's campaign to describe the importance of this effort


I am personally extremely impressed and proud of BJ Lawson's accomplishment and believe he is also an outstanding candidate fighting to protect our principles of freedom and rule of law under the Constitution. In that, we must all work together as a movement towards restoring Congress across the country. It is exciting that each individual campaign has a strong supporters dedicated to the success of their candidate. But in no means should campaigns work against each other to compete with the limited resources available to the movement after the primaries.

Instead, we should work together to bring everyone back together to the Ron Paul freedom movement, by showing a strong unity among the candidates and Ron Paul. The strength of the sum is much greater than its parts. That is why events such as www.FreedomSlate08.com is such an important vehicle to demonstrate the strength of the movement across the country. It is compelling enough to bring the masses back to volunteer for their local candidates and donate across the board approaching the levels even half that as it was with Ron Paul.

If in the course of this election cycle, we can bring enough people back in the movement to donate $6 million (in several money bombs), that is enough to generate on average $400,000 for the top 15 candidates to run competitive races, and perhaps have 5-10 win. That is a strong beachhead to grow our voting block by upwards of 1000% in Congress, and create enough momentum to bring many more candidates in for the 2010 races.

But we can not do this if we do not work together as a team. Our goal is to bring back the motivation and hope of the R3VOLution and demonstrate that they still can achieve change beyond just the Presidential campaign. We need to do this as one voice. Across the country. The path towards success is to have many voices back up that of Ron Paul in Congress, not just one or two.

Individually, we are isolated, fighting amongst each other for the same resources rather than working to make the overall pool grow and flourish. Together, we are stronger with a unified principle of the Constitution to guide us.

Together, we will win.

Imperial
06-06-2008, 10:22 AM
bump.

I too would like to know the percent breakthematrix gets.

I am glad for this though; we need at least 3 RPR's in congress, just to show we can do it. That way, when the GOP mostly loses, but we are gaining, who is the viable one?

szczebrzeszyn
06-06-2008, 10:27 AM
wouldn't it be better to find a candidate and just donate straight to him/her??

That depends. it would be theoretically cheaper, because you don't pay a BTM fee. But if the combined effort is much more effective than individual ones (better advertised etc), the net effect, after paying the fee might be better.

But I find it unfair to NOT specify how much money goes to a candidate and how much goes to the BTM. This should be stated in BOLD, because people may feel, like this is that "old style" money bomb effort, which it's not.

speciallyblend
06-06-2008, 10:39 AM
That depends. it would be theoretically cheaper, because you don't pay a BTM fee. But if the combined effort is much more effective than individual ones (better advertised etc), the net effect, after paying the fee might be better.

But I find it unfair to NOT specify how much money goes to a candidate and how much goes to the BTM. This should be stated in BOLD, because people may feel, like this is that "old style" money bomb effort, which it's not.

true....

MRoCkEd
06-06-2008, 11:09 AM
Here is Rick Williams' response to this concern:

"We view such information as a matter between us and the clients we are performing services for.
We perceive that it's not our place as a service provider to disclose such information with respect to the financial affairs of our clients."

SaratogaForRonPaul
06-08-2008, 01:21 PM
Besides being a Ron Paul Republican candidate running, I am a free trade, capitalism loving entrepreneur. While Break The Matrix is charging the candidates a service fee, it is negligible to cover their costs and make a small profit. This is America, and this is exactly what we are trying to defend: free enterprise. But let me put this in a couple of important perspectives:

1) In business startups like the tech company I started, in order to start or grow the company if the entrepreneurs do not have their own capital, they have to raise money and sell a portion of their business as stock to the investors. While in the end the founders may end up with less percentage of the company, the investment allows them to grow the company to be much bigger and gain more capital than if the entrepreneur tried to go at it alone. This is a case where losing a small percentage is worth it to get a much bigger pie. Plus in most other non-grassroot "establishment" campaigns, they hire fundraising consultants who charge a high premium compared to this. FreedomSlate08.com is not just some random company, they are deeply principled RP supporters continuing the movement. They are for profit so they can sustain and grow themselves, just like the way we love it in America.

2) As I originally explained below, this is about rebuilding the R3VOLution, not just for one candidate like myself but for all the candidates. Looking at the RPFORUMS, its pretty much every candidate for themselves, and as such we are dividing those who are still active in the RP movement. The true strength of the movement was the unity we all had, whether supporters were Republican, Democrat, Independent, Christians, Jewish, Muslims, Atheists, Jewish, no matter the race or creed, we all were united under the principles of the Constitution under the banner of Ron Paul. The goal is to bring these people back to the movement and actually accomplish what we all started off to do and make true change. The Congressional races are just as important as the Presidential races, and will have a long term impact if we win some seats.



Originally Posted by SaratogaForRonPaul
I am personally extremely impressed and proud of BJ Lawson's accomplishment and believe he is also an outstanding candidate fighting to protect our principles of freedom and rule of law under the Constitution. In that, we must all work together as a movement towards restoring Congress across the country. It is exciting that each individual campaign has a strong supporters dedicated to the success of their candidate. But in no means should campaigns work against each other to compete with the limited resources available to the movement after the primaries.

Instead, we should work together to bring everyone back together to the Ron Paul freedom movement, by showing a strong unity among the candidates and Ron Paul. The strength of the sum is much greater than its parts. That is why events such as www.FreedomSlate08.com is such an important vehicle to demonstrate the strength of the movement across the country. It is compelling enough to bring the masses back to volunteer for their local candidates and donate across the board approaching the levels even half that as it was with Ron Paul.

If in the course of this election cycle, we can bring enough people back in the movement to donate $6 million (in several money bombs), that is enough to generate on average $400,000 for the top 15 candidates to run competitive races, and perhaps have 5-10 win. That is a strong beachhead to grow our voting block by upwards of 1000% in Congress, and create enough momentum to bring many more candidates in for the 2010 races.

But we can not do this if we do not work together as a team. Our goal is to bring back the motivation and hope of the R3VOLution and demonstrate that they still can achieve change beyond just the Presidential campaign. We need to do this as one voice. Across the country. The path towards success is to have many voices back up that of Ron Paul in Congress, not just one or two.

Individually, we are isolated, fighting amongst each other for the same resources rather than working to make the overall pool grow and flourish. Together, we are stronger with a unified principle of the Constitution to guide us.

Together, we will win.

MRoCkEd
06-08-2008, 05:44 PM
Thanks for the information

SaratogaForRonPaul
06-09-2008, 02:16 PM
bump

MRoCkEd
06-11-2008, 01:19 PM
323 subscribers at 10:01 pm EST 6/10/08

http://www.freedomslate08.com/

Kludge
06-12-2008, 05:35 PM
Bump. This should be getting more attention.


Steven Vasquez, New York, 21st District (http://www.breakthematrix.com/users/Steven%2BVasquez%2BFor%2BCongress%2B-%2BNY%2B21st%2BDistrict)
BJ Lawson, North Carolina, 4th Disctrict (http://www.breakthematrix.com/users/BJ%2BLawson%2Bfor%2BCongress)
Amit Singh, Virgina, 8th District
(http://www.breakthematrix.com/users/Amit%2BSingh%2Bfor%2BCongress)David Gay, New York, 25th District (http://www.breakthematrix.com/users/David%2BGay%2Bfor%2BCongress)
Peter James, Maryland, 4th District (http://www.breakthematrix.com/users/Peter%2BJames%2Bfor%2BCongress)
Linda Goldthorpe, Michigan, 1st District (http://www.breakthematrix.com/users/Linda%2BGoldthorpe%2Bfor%2BCongress)
Delia Lopez, Oregon, 3rd District (http://www.breakthematrix.com/users/Delia%2BLopez%2Bfor%2BCongress)
Allan Stevo, Illinois, 10th District (http://breakthematrix.com/users/Allan%2BStevo%2Bfor%2BCongress)
Collins Bailey, Maryland, 5th District (http://www.breakthematrix.com/users/Collins%2BBailey%2Bfor%2BCongress)
John Wallace, New York, 20th District (http://breakthematrix.com/users/John%2BWallace%2BFor%2BCongress)
Allen Buckley, Georgia, U.S. Senate (http://www.breakthematrix.com/users/Allen%2BBuckley%2Bfor%2BSenator)
Mike Hargadon, Maryland, 7th District (http://breakthematrix.com/users/Mike%2BHargadon%2Bfor%2BCongress)
George Lilly, Colorado, 1st District (http://breakthematrix.com/users/George%2BLilly%2Bfor%2BCongress)
Michael Benoit, California, 52nd District (http://breakthematrix.com/users/Michael%2BBenoit%2Bfor%2BCongress)
Dan Druck, Illinois, 14th District (http://breakthematrix.com/users/Dan%2BDruck%2Bfor%2BCongress)
Dean Santoro, Florida, State Rep, 35th District (http://www.breakthematrix.com/users/dsantoro)


This is an outstanding list of candidates who could really use our money...

MRoCkEd
06-12-2008, 06:31 PM
Bump. This should be getting more attention.


Steven Vasquez, New York, 21st District (http://www.breakthematrix.com/users/Steven%2BVasquez%2BFor%2BCongress%2B-%2BNY%2B21st%2BDistrict)
BJ Lawson, North Carolina, 4th Disctrict (http://www.breakthematrix.com/users/BJ%2BLawson%2Bfor%2BCongress)
Amit Singh, Virgina, 8th District
(http://www.breakthematrix.com/users/Amit%2BSingh%2Bfor%2BCongress)David Gay, New York, 25th District (http://www.breakthematrix.com/users/David%2BGay%2Bfor%2BCongress)
Peter James, Maryland, 4th District (http://www.breakthematrix.com/users/Peter%2BJames%2Bfor%2BCongress)
Linda Goldthorpe, Michigan, 1st District (http://www.breakthematrix.com/users/Linda%2BGoldthorpe%2Bfor%2BCongress)
Delia Lopez, Oregon, 3rd District (http://www.breakthematrix.com/users/Delia%2BLopez%2Bfor%2BCongress)
Allan Stevo, Illinois, 10th District (http://breakthematrix.com/users/Allan%2BStevo%2Bfor%2BCongress)
Collins Bailey, Maryland, 5th District (http://www.breakthematrix.com/users/Collins%2BBailey%2Bfor%2BCongress)
John Wallace, New York, 20th District (http://breakthematrix.com/users/John%2BWallace%2BFor%2BCongress)
Allen Buckley, Georgia, U.S. Senate (http://www.breakthematrix.com/users/Allen%2BBuckley%2Bfor%2BSenator)
Mike Hargadon, Maryland, 7th District (http://breakthematrix.com/users/Mike%2BHargadon%2Bfor%2BCongress)
George Lilly, Colorado, 1st District (http://breakthematrix.com/users/George%2BLilly%2Bfor%2BCongress)
Michael Benoit, California, 52nd District (http://breakthematrix.com/users/Michael%2BBenoit%2Bfor%2BCongress)
Dan Druck, Illinois, 14th District (http://breakthematrix.com/users/Dan%2BDruck%2Bfor%2BCongress)
Dean Santoro, Florida, State Rep, 35th District (http://www.breakthematrix.com/users/dsantoro)


This is an outstanding list of candidates who could really use our money...


Yeah - the point is that we disperse $100 (or more or less) to our favorite candidates. I'd go for Lawson first, but they're all good.

rodo1776
06-12-2008, 06:39 PM
This is a great idea to list RP type candidates.
Unfortunately some people do not do their homework or have no idea how to decide if a candidate has chance to win a congressional race.

My opinion is that giving money to most of these candidates is throwing it straight down the toilet.

Sorry and no offense to the candidates who I am sure are good people.

Before I give I want to know if we have a chance to win. Remember Murray, Vern, Singh, etc?

Well if we had taken the money given to these candidates and given to local candidates like STATE house of representatives or senators, city councils, mayors, county commissioners, etc, in districts where the candidate has a chance to win then we could have a chance to start taking over the government and have candidates that in 4 -10 years can be positioned to run and win in a congressional race.

I hate to be negative but am trying to be realistic and hate to see good money essentially wasted when we have local candidates that could use that money to win.

Certainly anyone has the right to donate money wherever and to whomever they want. That is better than nothing. But realize that in most cases for congress you will be disappointed.

If you want to see where a good investment could be simply google secretary of state or state elections board in whatever state you want election results for. Then look at 2006 or 2004 results and see if the republican had at least 45% of the vote against an incumbent democrat.

I did this in a half hour for three random candidates on this list. Here are the results.

New York 21st district. The incumbent won in 2006 with 75% of the vote

Colorado 1st district incumbent 6 term Democrat won with 80% of the vote

5th district Maryland incumbent won with 82.7% of the vote.

If any of you reading this think that there is even a 5% chance of beating any of these incumbents then you either have no clue about elections or I would like you to send me some of what you have been smoking.

I am saddened to see all this talk about congress when we have not even learned how to win primaries or caucuses and elect national Convention Delegates and have lost every primary except BJ for congress or Senate.

Don’t get me wrong we are learning but PLEASE learn this. Spend your money on LOCAL candidates that can win.

What a shame to see the chip in on the top of the main RP forum page for Jason Johnson the 30ft pole guy who is running for a state house seat in Minnesota and all we can give is one donation for $30.00? I gave $50.00 earlier and hope to give some more.

After all the work this guy did for the revolution and he is the ENDORSED candidate against a first term democrat who won two years ago by less than 5% of the vote. That is a winnable campaign but he can use some money.

Another guy that can win is another Minnesotan who is one of the few National Convention Delegates elected for Ron Paul and will be voting for him at the National Convention.

This man Bill Jungbauer has been running for two years, has a great blog where if you read it you can see he knows his opponent inside and out and is out working hard and raising money in his own district and can win. The incumbent there won 4 years ago again by a small margin.

Check out Bill’s blog

http://jungbauer2010.blogspot.com/

And his campaign site:

http://billjungbauer.com/



I don’t mean to disrespect anyone running and more power to them. But unless we have unlimited funds then we need to make smart decisions.

Everyone wants to hit a homerun. Sure that would be great to get some congress people elected. And some on the list may have a decent chance as I did not research all of them.

But sometimes you can win the game with a bunch of singles at the local level.

Just my 2 cents.

BuckOFive
06-13-2008, 12:12 AM
Oh no!! It's the return of the "He can't win" syndrome!!

Yes you didn't do your research. Some of these candidates have already won their primaries.

In the end we all win- every dollar spent on a freedom candidate means spreading the message. Election years are the best years to spread political messages so now is the time to DONATE!!!!

BuckOFive
06-13-2008, 12:15 AM
Bump. This should be getting more attention.


Steven Vasquez, New York, 21st District (http://www.breakthematrix.com/users/Steven%2BVasquez%2BFor%2BCongress%2B-%2BNY%2B21st%2BDistrict)
BJ Lawson, North Carolina, 4th Disctrict (http://www.breakthematrix.com/users/BJ%2BLawson%2Bfor%2BCongress)
Amit Singh, Virgina, 8th District
(http://www.breakthematrix.com/users/Amit%2BSingh%2Bfor%2BCongress)David Gay, New York, 25th District (http://www.breakthematrix.com/users/David%2BGay%2Bfor%2BCongress)
Peter James, Maryland, 4th District (http://www.breakthematrix.com/users/Peter%2BJames%2Bfor%2BCongress)
Linda Goldthorpe, Michigan, 1st District (http://www.breakthematrix.com/users/Linda%2BGoldthorpe%2Bfor%2BCongress)
Delia Lopez, Oregon, 3rd District (http://www.breakthematrix.com/users/Delia%2BLopez%2Bfor%2BCongress)
Allan Stevo, Illinois, 10th District (http://breakthematrix.com/users/Allan%2BStevo%2Bfor%2BCongress)
Collins Bailey, Maryland, 5th District (http://www.breakthematrix.com/users/Collins%2BBailey%2Bfor%2BCongress)
John Wallace, New York, 20th District (http://breakthematrix.com/users/John%2BWallace%2BFor%2BCongress)
Allen Buckley, Georgia, U.S. Senate (http://www.breakthematrix.com/users/Allen%2BBuckley%2Bfor%2BSenator)
Mike Hargadon, Maryland, 7th District (http://breakthematrix.com/users/Mike%2BHargadon%2Bfor%2BCongress)
George Lilly, Colorado, 1st District (http://breakthematrix.com/users/George%2BLilly%2Bfor%2BCongress)
Michael Benoit, California, 52nd District (http://breakthematrix.com/users/Michael%2BBenoit%2Bfor%2BCongress)
Dan Druck, Illinois, 14th District (http://breakthematrix.com/users/Dan%2BDruck%2Bfor%2BCongress)
Dean Santoro, Florida, State Rep, 35th District (http://www.breakthematrix.com/users/dsantoro)


This is an outstanding list of candidates who could really use our money...



Wow- great signature! I'm copying that puppy!!! :)

whoops- not a signature I guess. lol

MRoCkEd
06-27-2008, 11:40 AM
Trevor's response to concerns:

Hi guys, this is Trevor Lyman. I've been looking at some of the threads and I see that there are many misconceptions about me and the projects that I am a part of. In this thread I want to address the concerns raised about the 4th of July money bomb.

For those of you who missed the previous discussions you'll find one of them here.:
http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?t=144528 My thanks to stormcommander for changing his viewpoint and being at least somewhat supportive of the event.

Many of you know that I have joined forces with a great bunch of people over at http://BreakTheMatrix.com. In fact our team is now 11 members strong! This means I am now engaged in a for profit entity that aims to change America's media. It is in my strong opinion that the media is the number one reason Ron Paul did not win the 2008 nomination, and that it is also to blame for our involvement in the war, the allowance of the federal reserve, fractional reserve banking and the list goes on. Truly our nation's media MUST be changed if this country is to be great again and http://BreakTheMatrix.com is one attempt at making this change happen.

As a for profit entity we are legally required by the FEC to charge a fair rate for services for the promotion of the July 4th money bomb at FreedomSlate08.com. We simply cannot get around that fact.

Complying with the law is a great reason for us to charge for our services but it not the only great reason. Charging for a service allows us to continue the service on an ongoing basis. Website creation, promotion, contacting the candidates, conducting radio interviews, editing them into videos and so on all require time and energy. Think of the commission as the fuel that keeps us going so that we can in turn keep promoting these candidates. We intend to keep running money bombs at http://FreedomSlate08.com for many months to come. There are many State level candidates who need help and exposure and there will also be the final list of candidates who will need help again once they have won their primaries. We are here to help them win and with your help we can make that happen.

Another great reason for charging for services is to create a revenue stream for http://BreakTheMatrix.com. A revenue stream makes us attractive to investors. With investment we have a real shot at acquiring the capital that is absolutely essential to our success.

Remember that http://BreakTheMatrix.com is a team of 11 people. That means that I am not "getting all the money". Not by a long shot. Instead the money is going to fuel the media company that will make true and lasting change a reality in this country (so long as we are successful). So, rather than feeling jilted that a small percentage of the funds are not going to make it to the candidates you should feel empowered. Not only are you helping to put some great candidates into office so that they can make real change in Washington D.C., you are also creating and fueling the media company that will make lasting change throughout the nation. The fee we charge is not a detriment to the fourth of July money bomb but rather it is a wonderful bonus.

I have to tell you I am so proud of what we are doing at http://BreakTheMatrix.com and http://FreedomSlate08.com. And I am so proud of all the wonderful candidates who are standing up and fighting for the principles of this great nation. I hope you will support us all so that we can continue to work towards achieving these important goals now and in the days to come.

MRoCkEd
07-01-2008, 03:12 PM
3 days if interested

AJ Antimony
07-01-2008, 03:23 PM
How much do they expect to raise for each candidate?

jmag
07-01-2008, 03:45 PM
Bump!

SaratogaForRonPaul
07-02-2008, 07:27 AM
Spread the message to your meetups and MySpace contacts. One major way we can make progress in this country is to get more voices in Congress to back up Ron Paul. Let's make many of these Congressional races succeed!

jmag
07-02-2008, 06:29 PM
Bump!
bump

libertyguy47
07-03-2008, 09:38 PM
Check the FreedomSlate08.com page every 30 minutes for updates as the donations come in. Donate as much as you can to these candidates, they all need every penny they can get to continue to spread the message of liberty and freedom!

MRoCkEd
07-04-2008, 07:40 AM
bombs away

Totals so far - we've got all day to get these guys

$235 Carl Bunce, Nevada, 3rd District Website youtube
$200 David Gay, New York, 25th District Website youtube
$100 Allan Stevo, Illinois, 10th District Website youtube
$65 James Smack, Nevada, 2nd District Website youtube
$50 Bob Bird, Alaska, Us Senate Website
$0 Steven Vasquez, New York, 21st District Website youtube
$0 BJ Lawson, North Carolina, 4th District Website youtube
$0 Peter James, Maryland, 4th District Website
$0 Linda Goldthorpe, Michigan, 1st District Website
$0 Delia Lopez, Oregon, 3rd District Website youtube
$0 Collins Bailey, Maryland, 5th District Website youtube
$0 John Wallace, New York, 20th District Website youtube
$0 Allen Buckley, Georgia, U.S. Senate Website youtube
$0 Mike Hargadon, Maryland, 7th District Website youtube
$0 George Lilly, Colorado, 1st District Website youtube
$0 Michael Benoit, California, 52nd District Website youtube
$0 Dan Druck, Illinois, 14th Dsicit Website youtube
$0 David Casey, Texas, 24th District Website youtube
$0 Dave Brownlow, Oregon, U.S. Senate Website youtube
$0 Michael Delavar, Washington, 3rd District Website youtube
$0 Richard Matthews, Maryland, 2nd District Website youtube
$0 Teresa Sheppard, Tennessee, 3rd District Website youtube
$0 Chris Dyer, Nevada, 1st District Website youtube
$0 Jaynee Germond, Oregon, 4th District Website youtube
$0 John Cunningham , Mass, 7th District Website
$0 Dean Santoro, Florida, State Rep, 35th District Website youtube

libertyguy47
07-04-2008, 11:14 AM
The numbers are going up, but they still need your support! No donation is too small!

BuckOFive
07-04-2008, 12:59 PM
over 6k now.. and about 10 candidates don't seem to be reporting the donations.. July 4th.. hmmm

painter4Ron Paul
07-04-2008, 02:14 PM
Who cares if BTM is making a few cents. They deserve it. They put all this together and I am sure the money will be used to spread the message of freedome. I donated 35.00 bucks a few hours ago and feel it is money well spent!

jmag
07-04-2008, 02:41 PM
bump

MoneyWhereMyMouthIs2
07-04-2008, 03:15 PM
I donated to Gay... and received a personal thank you in almost real time. These guys are stepping up and doing what they can to deliver the message. The least I can do is punch in a few credit card numbers.