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    *Updated 01/21/2008 - Rough Draft portion finished. rpfan2008 was nice enough to graphically design a document with the text.
    Graphic document can be found HERE



    This is a rough draft of a text document I have put together that a graphic artist can hopefully spruce up a little. When the final graphic work is done, I'm hoping this is something we can hand out while canvassing or email to friends and family that may be on the fence.

    Does anyone see anything wrong with the following rough draft? Any suggestions?

    FYI: Work In Progress thread can be located HERE if interested in the process that went into this.

    Quote Originally Posted by Rough Draft
    {Large Text here, maybe 5 times the regular font?}FINAL NOTICE?

    {More Large Text}YOUR HOUSEHOLD HAS A FISCAL BURDEN OF $440,000 DUE TO THE U.S. GOVERNMENT

    "I would argue that the most serious threat to the United States is not someone hiding in a cave in Afghanistan or Pakistan, but our own fiscal irresponsibility." - Hon. David Walker, U.S. Comptroller General [1]

    According to David Walker, the U.S. Comptroller General, every U.S. household has a fiscal burden of $440,000. David Walker can be thought of as the head accountant of the United States Government and his office, the GAO(Government Accountability Office), has crunched the numbers and found that every household in the United States has a fiscal burden of $440,000 due to entitlement programs coming due over the next 20 years. [2]

    According to Mr. Walker, the future benefits burden alone rose from $13 Trillion in 2000 to $38.8 Trillion in 2006, an increase of 197%!
    Mr. Walker breaks this down further:
    • Future Social Security Benefits were $3.8 Trillion in 2000 and increased to $6.4 Trillion in 2006
    • Future Medicare Part A Benefits were $2.7 Trillion in 2000 and increased to $11.3 Trillion in 2006
    • Future Medicare Part B Benefits were $6.5 Trillion in 2000 and increased to $13.1 Trillion in 2006
    • Future Medicare Part D Benefits were only just created in 2003 and were $7.9 Trillion in 2006

    "The Prescription Drug Bill was probably the most fiscally irresponsible piece of legislation since the 1960s. ... we've promised way more than we can afford to keep. Eight trillion dollars added to what was already a fifteen to twenty trillion dollar underfunding. We're not being realistic. We can't afford the promises we've already made, much less to be piling on top of them. ... We'd have to have eight trillion dollars today, invested at treasury rates, to deliver on that promise." - Hon. David Walker, US Comptroller General speaking on the Bill that created the Medicare Prescription Drug Coverage (Medicare Part D) [3]
    When the interviewer asked how much money we have today, Walker replied, "Zip!" while making a zero with his fingers.

    Mr. Walker lays out the problems we are facing in a powerpoint presentation that he shows while touring the country raising awareness of this issue:
    "Current Fiscal Policy is Unsustainable
    • The 'Status Quo' is Not an Option
      • We face large and growing structural deficits largely due to known demographic trends and rising health care costs
      • GAO's simulations show that balancing the budget in 2040 could require actions as large as
        • Cutting total federal spending by 60 percent or
        • Raising federal taxes to 2 times today's level
    • Faster Economic Growth Can Help, But It Cannot Solve the Problem
      • Closing the current long-term fiscal gap based on reasonable assumptions would require real average annual economic growth in the double digit range every year for the next 75 years
      • During the 1990s, the economy grew at an average 3.2 percent per year
      • As a result, we cannot simply grow our way out of this problem. Tough choices will be required"


    Please note that David Walker does NOT endorse any candidate. These figures are only used to show the situation the United States is in under past and current policies. Tough choices need to be made to make sure that the government is fiscally viable in the future.

    Which of the current presidential candidates can make these tough choices?
    For over 20 years in the House of Representatives, Dr. Ron Paul has said no to spending and advocated common sense Constitutional government for preserving our way of life. He is the only medical doctor of all the presidential candidates and has watched as healthcare costs skyrocketed due to government intervention in healthcare. Ron Paul is referred to by many in Congress as "Dr. No" for his consistent 20 year voting record of voting against unconstitutional spending. Sometimes he is the only dissenting vote.

    Ron Paul voted against creating Medicare Part D in 2003 [4] and instead cosponsored a bill (HR 2427 [108th Congress])allowing U.S. Citizens to buy cheaper drugs from outside of the US instead of the artificially high priced prescription drugs inside the US. This would have given money BACK to taxpayers instead of taking more from them.

    "Mr. Speaker, I am pleased to be an original cosponsor of HR 2427, the Pharmaceutical Market Access Act, because I believe it is an important bill that will benefit all Americans. As my colleagues are aware, many Americans are concerned about the high cost of prescription drugs. These high prices particularly affect senior citizens who have a greater than average need for prescription drugs and a lower than average income. Of course, some of these seniors may soon have at least part of their prescription drug costs covered by Medicare.

    Medicare is already on shaky financial ground, yet will soon be subsidizing prescription drug costs. This is why Congress must address the issue of prescription drug costs. Of course Congress should respect our constitutional limits, and not further expand the role of government in the health care market.

    Fortunately, there are a number of market-oriented policies Congress can adopt to lower the prices of prescription drugs. This is because the main reason prescription drugs cost so much is government policies that give a few large companies monopoly power. For example, policies restricting the importation of quality pharmaceuticals enable pharmaceutical companies to charge above-market prices for their products. Therefore, all members of Congress who are serious about lowering prescription drug prices should support HR 2427"
    - excerpt from Ron Paul's speech for HR 2427 [108th Congress] [5]

    In this excerpt from Ron Paul's Issues page on Healthcare[6], we see what a Ron Paul presidency supports:
    "The federal government will not suddenly become efficient managers if universal health care is instituted. Government health care only means long waiting periods, lack of choice, poor quality, and frustration. Many Canadians, fed up with socialized medicine, come to the U.S. in order to obtain care. Socialized medicine will not magically work here.

    Health care should not be left up to HMOs, big drug companies, and government bureaucrats.

    It is time to take back our health care. This is why I support:
    • Making all medical expenses tax deductible.
    • Eliminating federal regulations that discourage small businesses from providing coverage.
    • Giving doctors the freedom to collectively negotiate with insurance companies and drive down the cost of medical care.
    • Making every American eligible for a Health Savings Account(HSA), and removing the requirement that individuals must obtain a high-deductible insurance policy before opening an HSA.
    • Reform licensure requirements so that pharmacists and nurses can perform some basic functions to increase access to care and lower costs.

    By removing federal regulations, encouraging competition, and presenting real choices, we can make our health care system the envy of the world once again. "

    If you have watched the televised debates so far, you may have noticed that Ron Paul speaks about monetary policy and the economy for nearly every question. While others on the stage laugh at him for his responses, he seems to be the only one that understands that bad monetary and economic policies are key causes of the issues we face today, from the increasing money supply(and thus increasing inflation) created by the unregulated Federal Reserve, to a foreign policy that is inconsistent with the founding fathers and is rapidly helping to bankrupt the nation. When the other candidates laugh at our nation's problems, you have to wonder why they are even running to be President. Knowingly though, we have seen these same candidates starting to mimic Ron Paul's ideas as his support has grown by leaps and bounds. Don't be fooled by those jumping on the bandwagon, Ron Paul is and has been the real deal for over 30 years.

    Ron Paul has:
    • never voted to raise taxes.
    • never voted for an unbalanced budget.
    • never voted to raise congressional pay.
    • never taken a government-paid junket.
    • never voted to increase the power of the executive branch.
    • not participated in the lucrative congressional pension program.
    • never voted to spend money out of the Social Security Fund.
    • returned a portion of his congressional office's budget to the U.S. Treasury every year.

    As you can see, America needs to make some hard decisions right now in order to survive in the future. Ron Paul cannot do this alone. He needs the help of Congressmen who aren't afraid to take on the task of being responsible fiscally and change the way that the government operates by falling more inline with the Constitutionally defined government responsibilities. Please write your Congressman with your concerns about this looming problem. If your Congressman won't listen, elect one that will. Please also help elect Ron Paul as President in 2008.

    SOURCES
    [1] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OS2fI2p9iVs 00:54 - 01:08
    [2] http://www.gao.gov/cghome/d08353cg.pdf
    [3] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OS2fI2p9iVs 05:26 - 06:11
    [4] http://www.govtrack.us/congress/bill.xpd?bill=h108-1
    [5] http://www.ronpaullibrary.org/document.php?id=627
    [6] http://www.ronpaul2008.com/issues/health-care/

    Please take time to review the following additional sources of information about Ron Paul:
    http://www.ronpaul2008.com/ - Ron Paul's official 2008 campaign website.
    http://www.ronpaul2008.com/issues/ - Issues page on Ron Paul's official website.
    http://www.ronpaullibrary.org/ - A collection of speeches and Congressional newsletters by Dr. Ron Paul.

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    I take it everyone just absolutely loves what I've written then?
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    I would point out that this debt is on TOP of what we already pay in taxes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jobarra View Post
    I take it everyone just absolutely loves what I've written then?
    More than you can imagine. Thanks.
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    How many more times are we going to let them screw up our economy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jobarra View Post
    I take it everyone just absolutely loves what I've written then?
    This is very well done.

    Excuse me if this idea has already been suggested..

    I think you should take some US Treasury Letter head with some obvious modifications so it is not a 100% copy and create an actual invoice as the cover sheet. Give them the option to pay now in cash, credit card, or a 20 year amortization.

    This will probably cause most people to immediately flip and read the next page which is what you have included in the post.

    I like what you have put together.

    Dave

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    great job!
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    I'm a little sleepy now, but what I did skim over looks great.

    This is important for people to know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dshields View Post
    This is very well done.

    Excuse me if this idea has already been suggested..

    I think you should take some US Treasury Letter head with some obvious modifications so it is not a 100% copy and create an actual invoice as the cover sheet. Give them the option to pay now in cash, credit card, or a 20 year amortization.

    This will probably cause most people to immediately flip and read the next page which is what you have included in the post.

    I like what you have put together.

    Dave
    I thought it was a great idea at first, but I don't think undecided voters are going to enjoy that. In fact, I think most of them would vote against a candidate that was represented in a sneaky way like that. Besides, this is more for handing out while canvassing or emailing to people just to get the facts out and maybe possibly get them to spend a few minutes actually researching candidates. Someone on the South Carolina forum posted USC's newspaper which had an endorsement for Ron Paul. Beside the endorsement were comments of students about who they were voting for. One student said he was voting for Giuliani because he took some test online and that's who it matched him with! I really hope that was someone pulling a prank, but I'm not that faithful anymore Hopefully this will be enough of a shock to get people to research, but not enough to turn them sour on Ron Paul.
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    Bump before I go to sleep.
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    Hey Jobarra,

    I think your draft looks great! And you're probably right, shocking undecided voters with a fake bill would probably do more harm than good..

    Now let's hope some graphic artist comes up with a good design for this

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    * Add a barcode to the envelope (like the federales do when sending tacked mail)

    * Be a bit more blatant - it isn't just a fiscal burden,
    it is a repossession of your wages and prperty

    example - the $440000 your household owes the Government is due NOW

    * 'fine print' - If not paid immediately it will be garnished from your future earnings.

    * Bonus - Vote Ron Paul in November and have your federal debt burden pardoned.
    Double Bonus - Vot Ron Paul in your local primary and get your children excused from the Draft.
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    I don't think it's sneaky as long as the message and language aren't deceptive.

    I think the Invoice idea would be BRILLIANT.

    I mean, what better way to wake people up and nail home the fact that this is a financial burden EACH ONE OF US must bear??

    Besides, I think it would put a bit of a humorous light on an otherwise boring subject. It might even give people quite a shock at first.

    When was the last time a presidential campaign mailing got your heart pumping?? haha
    You guys inspire me with your creativity.

    Just make sure you're not violating any laws or urging them to write any checks.

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    I like the basic message, it is important and powerful. But keep in mind how lazy people are. If they have to read long paragraphs full of stuff, they won't. TV is too convenient, it tells you what to think. Reading takes a lot of thinking.

    Distill the message down. Brevity strengthens the message. If some people want to learn more, give them sources.
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    Maybe the weblinks at the bottom in larger fonts and bold for those who may not be motivated to read the paragraphs? I think everything else is great + suggestions from expatriot and dblee!
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    hi Jobarra , the draft was nice and i have started Photoshoping on it..

    I want to know how many pages should be there?

    Should we also mention that Fed Resv act 1913 prohibits* from disclosing the names of its shareholders(banking cartels).

    *[I couldn't find a acceptable source of the Fed Reserve Act statement I just made, so can anyone confirm that?]


    I have a suggestion:


    Besides citing to Govt. pages(we need to add few more)/tube and RP we can also refer to books critical on US fiscal policy(read Federal Reserve or Fiat money sys). It will be a feeble advt. for them and we can get a part of our work financed by them(more and colorful pages).
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    "Available payment options:

    (1) Pay now - Cash / Check / Credit Card / Asset Sale / Mortgage Foreclosure ?
    (2) Default, surrendering sovereignty, and become debt slave.
    (3) Pass on to children, and children's children.

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    This is a fantastic idea. I'd love to help if the project requires more assistance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rpfan2008 View Post
    hi Jobarra , the draft was nice and i have started Photoshoping on it..

    I want to know how many pages should be there?

    Should we also mention that Fed Resv act 1913 prohibits* from disclosing the names of its shareholders(banking cartels).

    *[I couldn't find a acceptable source of the Fed Reserve Act statement I just made, so can anyone confirm that?]


    I have a suggestion:


    Besides citing to Govt. pages(we need to add few more)/tube and RP we can also refer to books critical on US fiscal policy(read Federal Reserve or Fiat money sys). It will be a feeble advt. for them and we can get a part of our work financed by them(more and colorful pages).
    Just one page. Not sure how small the font needs to be, but I think that is about a page of text in normal font. I need it to be just one page so I can print it out cheaply to hand out for canvassing. I'm not Mr. moneybags here and the UPS store will print out 5,000 copies for 3cents a piece($150.00 total). My precinct has 7200+ registered voters though

    Sorry I got it to you so late. I may convert it to a word document or something for this weekend and print a few hundred copies so I have something to canvass with. Kudos to those who make videos and can condense Dr. Paul's message down into soundbytes. I understand how hard it is to take a wealth of information and try to shrink it down to still follow the message. When I saw exactly how much information it was taking to relate Dr. Paul's entire message, I instead just decided to focus on Healthcare for the most part so that I could keep it to one page. The other thing I wanted also was links to the ronpaullibrary.org. The official slim jims don't have that and reading his speeches are very eye-opening. I wish he put his entire book "Foreign Policy of Freedom" online for free. There are some very good speeches on foreign policy in there

    Guys, the FED would take ALOT more room to explain and from most of the people I talked to during canvassing, they would NOT be open to discussing it. We're trying to get undecided voters to vote for him. I just want them to think "Oh, maybe the media is wrong about him" or "Why isn't the media covering this guy?" and research him a little bit more. If they research him enough they'll start asking questions on their own about the FED as well as many other topics that Dr. Paul is a slamdunk on. When someone does their own research, their opinion is much stronger than if someone tells them something. Again, I kind of want people to argue with me and say "That's not true" and go check it out for themselves to see sadly how true it is. I wish I had more time to work on this and refine it, but I need it at least by tomorrow. I've only got 12 days left before my primary :/
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    Quote Originally Posted by rpfan2008 View Post
    hi Jobarra , the draft was nice and i have started Photoshoping on it..

    I want to know how many pages should be there?

    Should we also mention that Fed Resv act 1913 prohibits* from disclosing the names of its shareholders(banking cartels).

    *[I couldn't find a acceptable source of the Fed Reserve Act statement I just made, so can anyone confirm that?]


    I have a suggestion:


    Besides citing to Govt. pages(we need to add few more)/tube and RP we can also refer to books critical on US fiscal policy(read Federal Reserve or Fiat money sys). It will be a feeble advt. for them and we can get a part of our work financed by them(more and colorful pages).
    Maybe this would help back up the statement about the Fed Reserve Act but let's not make one page too complicated:
    http://www.save-a-patriot.org/files/view/frcourt.html

    I think the link to the Issues page on Ron Paul's website gives access to a clear concise source of info about the Fed. Thanks for you PhotoShop efforts. I have tried many times without success to master that program. Picture It is more my speed.

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    Instead of YOUR HOUSEHOLD HAS A FISCAL BURDEN OF $440,000 DUE TO THE U.S. GOVERNMENT

    THE GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA HEREBY ISSUES A $440,000 LIEN ON YOUR PROPERTY

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    Quote Originally Posted by meemes View Post
    Maybe this would help back up the statement about the Fed Reserve Act but let's not make one page too complicated:
    http://www.save-a-patriot.org/files/view/frcourt.html

    I think the link to the Issues page on Ron Paul's website gives access to a clear concise source of info about the Fed. Thanks for you PhotoShop efforts. I have tried many times without success to master that program. Picture It is more my speed.
    Yeah, I just tried to put this into a wordpad document with it's limited formatting and it came out to 2 pages long with the font at a size of 8. If anything, I'll probably need to cut it down some . Going to see if I can find a free word processing program on the web. Wordpad only allows one level of bullets and I need at least 3 layers. It just doesn't look like I can add anything else and I'm wondering if I can make it concise at all. The speech takes up a third of a page, but truthfully people need to see Dr. Paul's words to have it sink in that he knows what he's talking about.

    Quote Originally Posted by WilliamC View Post
    Instead of YOUR HOUSEHOLD HAS A FISCAL BURDEN OF $440,000 DUE TO THE U.S. GOVERNMENT

    THE GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA HEREBY ISSUES A $440,000 LIEN ON YOUR PROPERTY
    Well, I had "OWES" instead of "HAS A FISCAL BURDEN" originally, but it's not a truthful comment. Mr. Walker was saying what the burden on each household is, not what every household owes to the government. While the latter might be true at some point, the fiscal burden IS true now. Again, I don't want to 'trick' people because they will be angry and less willing to vote for Dr. Paul when they do find out. As many say, "The Truth will set you free." I'm hoping this is taken to heart by those I speak with.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WilliamC View Post
    Instead of YOUR HOUSEHOLD HAS A FISCAL BURDEN OF $440,000 DUE TO THE U.S. GOVERNMENT

    THE GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA HEREBY ISSUES A $440,000 LIEN ON YOUR PROPERTY
    Damn, that'll get someone to wake up.

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    They need to wake up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jobarra View Post
    I take it everyone just absolutely loves what I've written then?
    You consensus builder you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jobarra View Post
    Again, I don't want to 'trick' people because they will be angry and less willing to vote for Dr. Paul when they do find out. As many say, "The Truth will set you free." I'm hoping this is taken to heart by those I speak with.
    The very first line should grab their attention and rock their world. That way they will read the rest.

    I'd like to use it, it looks very factual.

    Thanks for doing this.

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    Sorry, I had some shit to do. This is where I left off last night. I'm about to get back to work on it. What do you think? Obviously this is NOT finished, or even half way so. It's not even the whole front page!

    I just thought you'd like to see I am getting something done.


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    Looks good. That would be a good emailer or poster, but as a handout it may be too much whitespace to be affordable to print . Are you going to include the sources as well? I'm hoping people essentially say "No way that's possible, I'm going to check that link out" and then have their eyes opened to what's going on.
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