Breaking the $6 million fundraising recordSubmitted by Dragonora2 on Wed, 08/17/2011 - 21:54
We will break our $6 million fundraising record.
October 19, 1781 was the day British General Charles Cornwallis surrendered to General George Washington after the Siege of Yorktown, marking the end of the Revolutionary War. September 19, 1777 was the day of the first battle of the Revolutionary War.
The Super PAC, Revolution PAC (www.RevolutionPAC.com) is holding a Superbomb on September 19th, I ...think it would be more than appropriate to hold another Superbomb on October 19th, with the goal of beating our fundraising record of 6 million dollars in one day. If we can get 500,000 people to each donate $20.12, we would raise $10,060,000. Just think if we could get more than 500,000 people to donate and if some of them donated more than $20.12! Who knows how much we could raise!
So, why October 19th (besides it's historical significance)? October 19th is not only an important day in America's history, it is also good planning for the campaign:
1. It is early enough to have the money used efficiently and wisely before the primaries begin in February.
2. It is early enough to not interfere with Christmas spending.
3. It is late enough to give us time to get the word out.
4. We will have a month to replenish our donation stockpile between moneybombs. :)
I hope this will spread like wildfire and that we will break our past record. Post it everyday somewhere, whether on facebook, twitter, in an e-mail to a friend, or in the comment section of a news article or anywhere else you can. We can do it -our numbers have greatly increased since the last campaign and we are very organized when we decide to be!
Thank you and please help spread the word!
Here is the facebook event: http://www.facebook.com/ronpaul12#!/event.php?eid=224265770952480