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Bradley in DC
07-11-2007, 10:45 AM
We have several Meetup groups now: Belly of the Beast (my fav), Washington, DC, and some in NoVA and suburban Maryland.

Just a quick automated reminder that "Belly of the Beast" DC
Ron Paul Meetup Group has a Meetup tomorrow and you said you'd
be there!

What: If You Want to Abolish the Federal Reserve, First You
Must Drink

When: Thursday, July 12 at 6:30PM

Who: At least 5 Ron Paul Supporters

Where: 18th Amendment
613 Pennsylvania Ave.
Washington DC 20003

Event Description:
It's really the 16th Amendment we're after, but let's protest
the 18th too while we're at it.

Meeting is downstairs in "The Keyhole," a speakeasy-era section
of the bar that will suit our patriotic-subversive activities
nicely. And all within the shadow of the Capitol building.

No agenda unless you bring one, just meet other Paulsters and
see where the revolution takes us.

07-17-2007, 11:56 AM
Hi All,

I want to add a hearty second to Brad's request.

There is a great deal of interest in Ron Paul in the Washington area. However, to be an effective presence, we need to increase our communication and organization infrastructure.

For example, we have the following activites in various stages of organization and planning:

1) Sign and Leafleating operations

2) Getting Dr. Paul on the DC ballot. We can't win the primary unless we get enough delegates. We can't get deligates unless we get on the ballot.

3) Fundraising.

4) Outreach and recruitment. Ideas in the works include potentially approaching
1. Religious denominations amenable to the Congressman's record
2. Veterans and Reserve Associations
3. Conservate Democrats
4. Libertarians

5) Demonstrations at high media coverage political events

All of these would be greatly facilitiated if the forums could grant us a space. Obviously networking and an infrastructre for communication would greatly facilitate information exchange and organization building.

Its my growing belief that Dr. Paul has a serious shot at winning this contest. Opinion polls are starting to reflect this as well.

Lets not let infrastructure and communications issues hold us back from making this happen.


James H.

07-18-2007, 08:29 PM
We need a DC Metro Area list here.

Those of us around Imperial City are watching the fire sweeping across the country. The example is going to be a hard one to live up to, but we will!

07-21-2007, 11:07 AM
bump, agree! Go DC.

09-17-2007, 09:01 AM
Bump! Include Northern Virginia as well!

09-17-2007, 09:21 AM
Here it is:

09-17-2007, 09:49 AM
Ahh, can't believe I missed that. Thanks!