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Michigan11
01-23-2008, 09:56 AM
Go to Grassroots Central.....*****$STEALTH MONEY BOMB THREAD

thexjib
01-23-2008, 10:36 AM
super bowl money bomb..... its all american

Joel High
01-23-2008, 11:13 AM
President's day or Valentine's day make the most sense.

1. We need lead time for it to be effective. Say at least 2 weeks to get organized and promoted. That eliminates any day between now and Super Tuesday.

2. We know that the campaign will not spend money they don't have. Most ads and commericials need to be paid for or at least contracted in advance. Lets say that lead time needs to be a week. That takes us through February 12th.

3. Between February 13th and and March 3rd, there is only 1 U.S. primary. Wisconsin and 40 delegates. On March 4th there are 4 states, RI, Ohio, Vermont and of course Texas for a total of 265 delegates followed by Mississippi one week later with 39 delegates.
A Presidents day money bomb would give the campaign 2 weeks. Valentine's day would give the campaign 2 and half weeks.

4. Those are the two most signficant days on the calender and we probably want a day that will draw attention to the money bomb that also gives us a good theme. The only other major day is the anniversary of the Constitution but that falls right on Super Tuesday which doesn't give us much lead time.

HappyJack
01-23-2008, 11:48 AM
Beginning of the Revolution when shots are fired between colonial militiamen and British soldiers at Lexington and Concord, Massachusetts. 273 British soldiers and 93 Americans are killed. 1775

jarrodcrawford
01-23-2008, 12:02 PM
We should have smaller money bombs but more of them. Shock and Awe!

Bilgefisher
01-23-2008, 12:27 PM
Beginning of the Revolution when shots are fired between colonial militiamen and British soldiers at Lexington and Concord, Massachusetts. 273 British soldiers and 93 Americans are killed. 1775

I agree this is a good day in april, but we need one sooner I think.

1775: Minutemen Capt John Parker orders not to fire unless fired upon. A shot is fired and the American revolution begins at the Lexington Common. That was the "shot heard round the world"

1933: FDR announces that the US will leave the gold standard

1939: Connecticut finally approves Bill of Rights

1995: A massive bomb explosion destroys much of a federal building in Oklahoma City, USA

There are some good points and bad points in history on this day.