First off, the grass-roots is phenomenal. We are capable of anything we put our minds to - the funds, the blimp, the mass media bombs. They know we are fiercely alive.
Iowa has shown us something though - it is time that we all put our energy and focus into directly BRINGING OUT THE VOTE! We failed to get the vote out in Iowa, no one's fault but our own, but its a textbook for us to learn!
We never really came together and focused our energy into the specific tasks that are necessary to win. Most of us are not in one of these crucial early states, so we can't put our boots on the ground.
Let's get everyone involved in a way that will get South Carolina citizens to vote for Ron Paul, the only thing that really matters now.
Everyone here can call people in South Carolina. This thread is for us to begin to formulate our strategy for all of us in these forums to begin calling people in South Carolina.
Iowa has taught us that the polls, for the most part, are accurate. We can use this to win. The pollsters contact these voters, we can too. We need to reach everyone that can vote for Ron Paul, and reach them well.
So, one crucial step is for us to obtain calling lists. We need phone numbers. We need to organize them in a way that we can all share information with each other about our calling. We need to be able to organize these lists. Confirmed Ron Paul voters need to be in a list, as we'll need this list later to ensure we drag them in to vote. We need to share information so we can work together, effectively, to win everyone over.
We also need to formulate an effective way to handle this. We have to be careful or we will blow it, but this is no reason to not actively pursue this, all of us, because this is also one of our greatest tools for success! General rules would be to introduce ourselves and where we are from, speak in a warm, friendly manner, and develop ways to lead the discussion. We can ask questions about what is most important to them, inform them about anything going on in general, with Ron Paul or anyone else, and just tell them what we really think! We are very well informed, and we need to share our perspective with voters, because they aren't going to get it any other way.
We can do this, we can do this well, and we can get everyone here involved in a way that directly BRINGS OUT THE VOTE!
What does everyone think?