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Thumbs up all around!

As I was out traveling around the in the car today, within an hour span I got four instances of thumbs up and/or shouts of encouragement for the RP stuff plastered all over my motor carriage. One car was stuffed full of college age kids, one was a middle aged couple, and one went flying by me on the freeway with his horn blaring and a big thumbs up out the window.

Freedom is getting popular!

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Did you miss the memo: The Daily Paul Liberty salute?

http://www.lifeprint.com/asl101/topics/wallpaper1.htm

First "L" waggled (quickly supinated then pronated twice) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Supination

Then "D" and "P". for Daily Paul (or Dr. Paul).

Anyone see the utube?

Great report Vince, Thanks.

Free includes debt-free!

Nice.

I'm gonna start using that!

(practicing right now; I'm very dextrous at many things, but sign language ain't one of them...)

Mystify or gratify, all good fun

;-)

Has your motor carriage ever been to Michigan. Say in 2003? Light green, sun bleached. Hadn't seen one in years and this one was a beaut!

Free includes debt-free!

Update

Did a fair bit of traveling in the car today and only got one nod of approval that I can recall. However, I was wearing my "I Support Ron Paul" shirt that I got from Michael last go 'round, and as I ran my errands I received at least a half dozen positive comments and had several very nice conversations.

It's catching on, I'm tellin' ya!

Thanks

for this thread.

I got my FIRST thumbs up yesterday, after having my RP sticker on for a while.
A guy pulled up beside me in a grey work van, honked the horn, and shot me the thumbs up. I instantly knew what it was for, and replied back with the "hang ten."
He quickly pulled forward to display his Ron Paul sticker on the back. If we had ended up beside each other at the stop light, I'm sure windows would have been rolled down, and revolution sentiments would have been exchanged.

I was thrilled, and could tell he was thrilled to see another sticker in the vast wilderness of dumbeddownland. It's like being part of a small family.

I saw a bumper sticker in the parking lot of my doctor's office a couple of weeks ago. I went into the waiting room and began profiling potential RP supporters.

I worked up the nerve to ask a couple of different guys but struck out. Finally a man came out of the back, and I asked him if that was his gold truck in the parking lot.

He quickly looked nervous like someone had wrecked into it, and asked why. I extended my hand and said that "I just wanted to meet a fellow Ron Paul supporter."
We greeted and talked like old friends. It was pretty cool. The other people in the waiting room were like WTF?

No other candidate, or elected official for that matter, has this kind of bond among their supporters.

Someone tried to steal my wife's Ron Paul

sticker off of her car, they realized they would destroy it if taken off and pressed it back on, I wish I could have seen who did it, I would have gladly pointed them where to get them!!!

Those who expect to reap the blessings of freedom must. like men, undergo the fatigue of supporting it.-Thomas Paine

The R3volution requires action, not observation!!!!

Maybe it was an Obama supporter caught in the act

Perhaps they chickened out when they thought they saw a "right wing terrorist" over their shoulder! (you know, those crazy anti-war types;-)

Be sure

... to have bumper stickers to hand out. I have a pack of magnetic ones in my car at all times, that I pass out from car -to- car.

Please enjoy, "RON PAUL And All That Jazz"
http://www.dailypaul.com/176606/ron-paul-and-all-that-jazz
Central Pa, Lycoming County, Williamsport

Very cool!

My daughter has a biography speech to do this Friday (9/30) in her public speaking class - she'll be doing Ron Paul. Her teacher is a liberal dem, students all love Obailout or Bush.

Hopefully she will open some minds with the truth.

This is at the state university.

The law cannot make a wicked person virtuous…God’s grace alone can accomplish such a thing.
Ron Paul - The Revolution

Setting a good example is a far better way to spread ideals than through force of arms. Ron Paul

1 person every 15 minutes

for the next 4 months....comes to...ummm...where's my calculator?

Good for you! That must be some plastered carriage you're driving!

I'll give as much respect to my elected officials as they give to the Constitution!

Does that include sleeping?

Or are you planning a 24/7 campaign? LOL

My motor carriage was made by Volkswagen in the late '60s. Some people like to put stickers on them that say "Go Around! If it were supposed to be fast it wouldn't be shaped like a brick!" Others have compared their shape to a loaf of bread on wheels. The roof pops up for extra headroom and sleeping space. LOTS of large flat surfaces on the bodywork for adding RP messages.

Does that answer your question? ;-)

Hurley would approve.

For all you LOST fans...

:-)

The law cannot make a wicked person virtuous…God’s grace alone can accomplish such a thing.
Ron Paul - The Revolution

Setting a good example is a far better way to spread ideals than through force of arms. Ron Paul

;-]

"Thumbs up to that," I say.