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Mordan
01-23-2008, 03:23 PM
Hello,
I have a female friend. She is mormon. After a few days and a few emails. She is voting Ron Paul!
Let's create a snowball effect and reach the tipping point for Victory!!

Here is the sequence for educational purposes:

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Mail 1:

Subject: This is for World's Peace

Message:

Hello J.
If you cherish values such as honesty, integrity and freedom! Please donate to Ron Paul. Here you can see the donations: it was XXXXXXX this morning.
http://www.ronpaul2008.com
Ron Paul is my hero. He is like Kennedy and Roosevelt, a true statesman. America needs such a man. The world needs such a man.

Here is an article my socialist uncle actually likes
http://www.muckrakerreport.com/id447.html

I'm educating everyone around and they are stunned about Ron Paul! Please even if you don't like all his ideas, read and think by yourself! Thank you so much!

Take care.

Thank you J. This is so important for the World!

Mail 2

Subject: A story about a Ron Paul supporter.

Message:

Sir,

Being a long time happy reader of the Economist, I find the blackout on
Ron Paul most disturbing. Even more so that I did not learn about Ron
Paul by reading the Economist, but by sheer luck when reading user
comments on a Belgian newspaper, just a few days before Iowa's caucus!
And it is even more disturbing, that compelled by Ron Paul 's refreshing
ideas and integrity, my support for Barack Obama swapped overnight to
Ron Paul. I therefore question the relevance of my subscription. Your
paper failed to inform me objectively. Why should I continue reading a
paper that ignores respectable ideas of freedom, a paper that follows
the mainstream media in despising a principled politician who loves his
country and does not pay lip service to corporate interests. How many
world citizens are kept in the dark by the media. This is bordering on
fascism, i.e. suppression of the opposition through censorship. I never
felt that so vividly. This is a troubling coincidence. Ron Paul, a true
fiscal conservative, supports a platform that goes against mainstream
establishment ideas. Being relatively unknown, and polling in the single
digits because of that, he is labelled as "Crazy". And therefore he is
discounted as a "cannot win" candidate, even though his ideas are
perfectly relevant and he has millions of citizens' dollars of donations
in his coffers.

I don't see a single article explaining his ideas, their relevance or
their merit. To your credit, I did find through google two buried
articles of the print edition: Paul the apostate Jul 19th 2007 and «Live
free or get hauled off to prison» Oct 11th 2007 . But that's very poor
journalism for a paper dubbed «The Economist».

a sane and educated Ron Paul supporter.

(to write if your friends has slavic ties)
Mail 3: Is the Russian media more objective?

This article talks about soft-fascism.

http://www.kommersant.com/p-11806/r_527/U.S._presidential_election/

And guess what? Ron Paul seeks mutual friendship with all countries, inclucing Russia!


Mail 4:
Video explaining the financial 'cancer' in the United States

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qaSuL9L_G2w

And guess who has the best solution Ron Paul. He wants to get all the american troops out of foreign soil and save more than 10 billions of dollars a month!
Support Ron Paul!

Final Answer :

Subject: OK fine I'll vote for Paul
Message: So I have started watching some of that stuff you sent and you are right about him. He is awesome.

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I was so happy to receive this message from my friend.

Use foreign friends, convince them and ask them to convince their american friends.

AzNsOuLjAh27
01-23-2008, 04:00 PM
if you find mormons who want to vote for Mitt. show them this or tell them about this. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H5Xc-...eature=related

Mordan
01-23-2008, 04:24 PM
if you find mormons who want to vote for Mitt. show them this or tell them about this. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H5Xc-...eature=related

thx but bad link.. please repost

RonRules
01-23-2008, 05:03 PM
Good job, convincing these pesky Mormons is a tough job. They're used to rejection and holding their ground.