If the main concern of the campaign is that the $46,000 necessary to pay for the original venue would be better spent in key primary states; then I suggest that they turn this perceived negative into a whopping positive.
The momentum and anticipation that has been building for this event has taken on a life of its own. To try to pull the plug on it now, even if they only want to move it, may very well be one of the biggest political campaign blunders we may ever see. This has promised to be the single largest presidential campaign event that many of us will probably ever see in our lives. A gathering for Liberty for all Americans at the very birthplace of American Liberty, attended by thousands, perhaps tens of thousands, to rally around the Champion of the Constitution, our Champion, is an event of historical proportions.
We are history in the making. This is not about just Philadelphia. It is about America. It is for America, and we can share this with all of America.
Campaign wants something for the key primary states? Well, I donít know what more they could be looking for than to be able to show all of America that Ron Paulís message of Liberty can be matched by no other candidate.
I think that they can get more than one video camera to record this event and then turn it into thirty second, even sixty second ads for their precious key primary states. They donít have to stand by as the mainstream media tries to spin the event with clever camera angles to portray only a handful of people attending.
Show New Hampshire! Show Iowa! Show South Carolina! Show America that this is the Second American Revolution! Show America that We the People are still relevant and that Liberty is still an option! Show America that we are an army of real people standing up, standing together and standing strong for the Freedom and Prosperity that is our heritage!
We are dropping this into their laps! If campaign thinks this is not worth $46,000, after the hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of dollars that have come out of the pockets of each and every one of us, in addition to the countless man-hours expended, even including anyone who has so little as spoken the name ďRon PaulĒ to another person, while conducting our grassroots efforts, then why are we even bothering?
Donít mess this up, campaign. Donít pull a Howard Dean.