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Isn't it time for all Liberty candidates to air user-submitted campaign videos on TV?

Unless there's some sort of shady legislation in place prohibiting this, wouldn't it make more economic and logical sense for liberty candidates to tap into the creative minds of their talented liberty-oriented supporters?

I'm sure there are hundreds if not thousands of aspiring filmmakers that would love to have their work make it onto the airwaves. All the videos could be posted on a website and people could vote for their favorite one. The one with the most votes wins and goes on air.

Best of all the campaigns would save money because they wouldn't have to pay for any video production costs. They'd only buy the air-time.

Just imagine the "High Tide" video airing instead of his old "Ron Paul, he's catching on I tell ya!" video... It was a night and day difference.

I hope that all future liberty candidates including the Ron Paul 2012 campaign uses this approach instead of hiring some cheesy overpriced marketing company.




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Joη's picture

correct,

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