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jumpyg1258
12-14-2007, 09:53 AM
I took a look at teaparty07.com this morning and noticed that we are now over 30k subscribers, heck almost at 31k! Surprised no one has mentioned this yet here on the forums since we are getting close to the amount of donors on the 5th of November.

xexkxex
12-14-2007, 09:54 AM
:D

jumpyg1258
12-14-2007, 10:17 AM
Blimp (bump)

ursamajor
12-14-2007, 10:26 AM
blimp. i think everyone who was holding out so that they didn't get daily emails should go for it now!

Patriot
12-14-2007, 10:59 AM
I took a look at teaparty07.com this morning and noticed that we are now over 30k subscribers, heck almost at 31k! Surprised no one has mentioned this yet here on the forums since we are getting close to the amount of donors on the 5th of November.


There were 18,500 Nov 5th subscribers (pledges) and 38,905 donors on that day giving an average of $108 for a total of $4,200,000 (aprox) That is about 2 donors per pledge.

If the same holds true on Dec 16 we should have 30,837 pledges and about 62,000 donors at a average of $200+ each for a total of $12,400,000

Point being we all have to double our Nov. 5th donation.

I gave $100 last time and will give $200 or $250 this time.

jumpyg1258
12-14-2007, 11:39 AM
Blimp!

Jobarra
12-14-2007, 01:18 PM
I'm thinking 100,000+ donors at least. I'm starting to think my $11.7M figure in donations is too low, but if we make it to that point I will be extremely happy because it means we have doubled the quarter in one day as well as doubled the record for ALL donations in a single day(Kerry with $5.7M after he got the nomination) Of course, if we get $23M for the day that will be much better :D

iloveronpaul
12-14-2007, 01:25 PM
Bump.

9-11 million here we come! :D

nist7
12-14-2007, 01:36 PM
There were 18,500 Nov 5th subscribers (pledges) and 38,905 donors on that day giving an average of $108 for a total of $4,200,000 (aprox) That is about 2 donors per pledge.

If the same holds true on Dec 16 we should have 30,837 pledges and about 62,000 donors at a average of $200+ each for a total of $12,400,000

Point being we all have to double our Nov. 5th donation.

I gave $100 last time and will give $200 or $250 this time.

+1

markj
12-14-2007, 01:42 PM
I gave $300 on 11/5.

I am clearing the credit cards for a $500-$600 donation on the 16th.

Wake up America!!!

jumpyg1258
12-14-2007, 01:44 PM
When I originally guestimated the amount we would raise, I was thinking somewhere along the lines of $4 to $6 Million but with everyone saying they are going to give more than the $100, I am starting to believe we will reach the $10 Million mark.

Jobarra
12-14-2007, 01:54 PM
Bump.

9-11 million here we come! :D
LOL, 9-11 million... for Rudy.

yoshimaroka
12-14-2007, 01:57 PM
People on Myspace need to be notified. Anyone with computer skills involved with this?

Mark Mosconi
12-14-2007, 04:05 PM
All this speculation is great, but it kinda annoys me too, cuz I don't wanna get my hopes up too much and have it not play out...but I'd LOVE to not expect as much and be SHOCKED at the outcome afterwards. I look forward to seeing the final numbers, come December 16th.

LiveFreeorDie
12-14-2007, 10:56 PM
There were 18,500 Nov 5th subscribers (pledges) and 38,905 donors on that day giving an average of $108 for a total of $4,200,000 (aprox) That is about 2 donors per pledge.

If the same holds true on Dec 16 we should have 30,837 pledges and about 62,000 donors at a average of $108 each for a total of $6,696,000.
.

fixed your post

We need to do better than $7 million.

jmunjr
12-15-2007, 12:20 AM
I'm beginning to see some irony in this Ron Paul grassroots movement: Ron Paul's supporters will have more debt than any of the other candidates' supporters..

Calimobber
12-15-2007, 12:37 AM
Dont get your hopes that high people, 11million is way to high. We have so many people signed up this time because more people know about the site and slowly signed up. We will be very happy if we get over 5 or 6 million jut dont spread the word of 10 million and give people a chance to laugh when we dont make that much

Ron Paul Fan
12-15-2007, 12:42 AM
$11 million is not way to high! People were saying before November 5th that $4 million was way too high, but look what happened! I'm sure they're really going to laugh if Ron Paul raises only $8 million instead of $10 million. They'll be impressed either way! I personally think we'll raise well more than $8 million and I've vowed to leave the forums forever if we don't. I think it'll be closer to $12 million! We need to deliver because Ron Paul is holding a press conference Monday about the Tea Party success. We can't leave him in defeat! Go Ron Paul!

QuesoPantera
12-15-2007, 12:52 AM
Oh let's face it. You're all going to have your faces buried in the real time graphs, glancing back and forth at your credit card. Before you know it, your $100 pledge will have quadrupled because you're doing backflips with excitement.

By 11:00 people will be having credit card face-offs which will turn into one giant, 100,000 participant money throwing game. Simple extrapolations can't determine the cash totals when we have no idea how much excitement and enthusiasm has brewed up over the last month. We're going to find out in 22 hours. buckle up.

MY CALL: $13,500,000

book it. ya'll got NO idea.

xao
12-15-2007, 12:53 AM
There were 18,500 Nov 5th subscribers (pledges) and 38,905 donors on that day giving an average of $108 for a total of $4,200,000 (aprox) That is about 2 donors per pledge.

If the same holds true on Dec 16 we should have 30,837 pledges and about 62,000 donors at a average of $200+ each for a total of $12,400,000

Point being we all have to double our Nov. 5th donation.

I gave $100 last time and will give $200 or $250 this time.

This would be amazing. If the holds true. It could. I'm not going to jinx it. I'll say, 4.7 million and if we get anything over that, it's a bonus.

iloveronpaul
12-15-2007, 01:29 PM
LOL, 9-11 million... for Rudy.


LOL, I didn't even think about that when I typed it. I have to be more careful from now on!

Duckman
12-15-2007, 03:36 PM
Ron Paul is only 500k away from hitting his Q4 goal, a goal that I know personally made my heart sink the first time I saw it, thinking "how the hell are we going to hit this goal?"

No matter what happens tomorrow, Q4 fundraising has been a HUGE success in my book.

Personally, I think tomorrow so much money is going to be raised it will make everyone's head spin. We know that the MSM pays attention to money... Nov 5 got alot more media exposure than most people thought. Also, Dec 16 has been in planning longer than Nov 5, and unlike Nov 5, there is no controversy this time among Ron Paul supporters. Plus, there are alot more supporters than there were last time. And, most people are thinking this is the LAST CHANCE to make a big MSM splash before the first primaries.

When you add all that up, I think tomorrow the intertubes will quake with the rumbling flood of cash that will overwhelm Ron Paul. He may be able to singlehandedly write off the national debt! (ok, there's NO way anyone can raise THAT much money!) But seriously, tomorrow's fundraising record may stand for a long, long time.

...unless we beat it during the general election campaign, of course!!!