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Lucid American
12-27-2007, 09:39 PM
Anyone interested in putting together a website for the National Freedom Day March on Feb 1?

Time I can spend trying to head this up is about to disappear in the next week & a half, so I'd like to get some momentum behind it. I think it's a great idea that just needs legs.

PROPOSAL:
- A VETERANS FOR RON PAUL March on the National Mall. (This works well with the new http://www.ronpaul2008.com/veterans
- EVERYONE ELSE MARCH ON THE CAPITOLS OF ALL SUPER TUESDAY STATES (listed below).
- Super Tuesday states: Alabama, Alaska caucus, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado caucus, Connecticut, Delaware, Georgia, Idaho caucus, Illinois, Kansas caucus, Massachusetts, Minnesota caucus, Missouri, New Jersey, New Mexico caucus, New York, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Rhode Island, Tennessee, Utah

DETAILS:
- That's 22 states PLUS D.C..
- The VETERANS FOR RON PAUL march in D.C. will draw the national MSM spotlight and result in at least a peripheral national media nod to the other marches all across the nation.
- The marches in the Super Tuesday states will get local coverage where it counts and also maximize attention of the veterans supporting Paul in D.C..
- A chip-in might be required to fund travel for willing veterans to go to Washington. Everyone else can fend for themselves, and/or local meetup groups can coordinate bus trips to the local marches.

ADVANTAGES:
- This MAXIMIZES media attention and also concentrates that attention to the key focus areas with one last publicity "bomb" to inspire before the big day at the polls 4 days later.
- This also MAXIMIZES participation of Paul supporters, because it makes BIG marches on a regional and state scale -- i.e., it's far easier to drive a few hours than fly across country.

THINK ABOUT IT . . .
This will provide a HUGE peak for the campaign right when it matters most! And best of all, we have plenty of time to get it done, but we need to get rolling!

WEBSITE NEEDS:
- I can definitely write up the main body text for the website to explain and build interest but have ZERO skills at assembling websites, much less an attractive one.
- I'd like to include a map of the US with the Super Tuesday states highlighted as widgets to help interested marchers best gauge where they should march -- of course, the widgets would be based on pledged attendance in those cities.

CAN YOU HELP? Either PM me or reply here.