View Full Version : Forget About Iowa....move On Already!

01-03-2008, 11:40 PM
LIKE IT HAS BEEN SAID ALREADY... IOWA isn't a conservative state!


01-03-2008, 11:41 PM

Put some relationships on the line. Stress to close apathetic friends/family how much this means to you (Its not like you're lying you're here right). All your asking is for one day of their time.

How many times have they dragged you to bad films and such. They owe you.

(If they agree to do it for you make sure they are registered and make sure you drag them the to the polling place when the time comes)

If every NH Ron Paul supporter brought 3 people into the primary who were never going to vote for anyone in the first place, we QUADRUPLE OUR EXPECTED TURNOUT!

Lets get this viral. You and the extra 3. You and the extra 3. You and the extra 3. You and the extra 3. You and the extra 3.....

Note:I'm not saying to to try and convert your 100% neocon father or your 100% liberal activist sister. Everyone has family members or friends that are apathetic and might do this one time only thing because you show them how important this is to you.

Bring the waterworks if you have to.
Promise them a huge party or something, we can do this!

01-03-2008, 11:43 PM

Ron got the most support from Independents.. To bad more didn't show up.

01-03-2008, 11:54 PM

Leslie Webb
01-03-2008, 11:59 PM
According to CNN exit polls, 86% of the voters in the Iowa Republican caucus were registered Republicans, 13% were Independents, and 1% were Democrats. We got 7% of the registered Republican vote and 29% of the Independent vote. We were number one among Independents who voted Republican. McCain was number two with 23% of the Independents vote.

01-04-2008, 12:05 AM
This is just the first inning and we came away with 2 delegates. Wolf Blitzer is touting our performance as a victory, so this is no loss by any means.