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celticsman7
12-10-2007, 07:17 PM
If everyone plays their part and asks their mother, father, brother or sister to donate with them, whether it's \$10 or \$20, we may just get 200,000 donors. Plus, if we would normally have let's say 80,000 donors giving an average of \$100 (that's \$8 million) and then adding more than 100,000 donors at an average of \$20, that boosts us up to \$10 million easily. It's going to be remarkable.

amistybleu
12-10-2007, 07:21 PM
Ahhhhhh speculation, it's a double edged sword. But I hope your right:)

Travis
12-10-2007, 07:45 PM
we wont get that many donors I think

I betting that there will be around 50,000 maybe a little less. But many of them will be giving everything they've got. I know I'm throwing in \$200 and I am a poor student.

ItsTime
12-10-2007, 07:49 PM
Ill speculate even more... If 200,000 people hand out visited 100 doors or handed out 100 slim jims the following week that would be 20,000,000 slim jims and or doors

Now that is shock and awe.

Buzz
12-10-2007, 08:26 PM
I'll speculate EVEN MORE... if every Ron Paul supporter converted 100,000 people, each of whom converted another 100,000 people, each of whom converted yet another 100,000 people, each of whom sold everything they owned and figured out a legal way to donate all the money to Ron Paul, we'll get, like, 10^580923745 dollars!!!! It's totally feasible!

stephens
12-10-2007, 09:03 PM
I'll speculate EVEN MORE... if every Ron Paul supporter converted 100,000 people, each of whom converted another 100,000 people, each of whom converted yet another 100,000 people, each of whom sold everything they owned and figured out a legal way to donate all the money to Ron Paul, we'll get, like, 10^580923745 dollars!!!! It's totally feasible!

Then we can start to pay off the national debt with the leftovers :)

AisA1787
12-10-2007, 09:05 PM
200,000 may be.... "optimistic." But celticsman7 has a good point. Every extra donor and every extra \$10 or \$20 will help, and people may see \$10 or \$20 as a low-enough cost of entry that they'll actually donate. It's better than losing those people because they feel like they have to give at least \$100 or forget about it.

gerryb
12-11-2007, 12:03 AM
If everyone plays their part and asks their mother, father, brother or sister to donate with them, whether it's \$10 or \$20, we may just get 200,000 donors. Plus, if we would normally have let's say 80,000 donors giving an average of \$100 (that's \$8 million) and then adding more than 100,000 donors at an average of \$20, that boosts us up to \$10 million easily. It's going to be remarkable.

another option.. Get people to buy some slim jim packs.. the money will count towards the donation total.. and they will feel empowered to hand out and promote Ron Paul.