The SuperVoterBomb brochure!Submitted by Mr. Spock on Thu, 12/01/2011 - 03:58
Why is there nothing on the Daily Paul about the new Revolution SuperPAC brochure? The brochure has been available on the SuperVoterBomb site for a good chunk of today. I just got home from work or I would have posted this earlier.
Obviously there was some kind of disagreement between the folks at ronpaulproducts.com and the Revolution PAC (which I'll call RevPAC for the rest of this post) as far as buying the brochures, mailing, control, whatever. That lead to some really nasty comments from people here that frankly, I thought went way overboard. I can't believe some of things that were said related to this issue. How anyone could question the honesty and integrity of people like Tom Woods and Gary Franchi is beyond me. Both of them have done an incredible job in their efforts to promote Ron Paul, his message, and work for his Presidency.
Gary's explanation about the delays (primarily mailing time and having to design a new brochure) in getting the mailings out makes perfect sense to me – especially if ronpaulproducts would not sell them brochures. In any case, the brochure design is done and posted on the SuperVoterBomb website (http://supervoterbomb.com/). Here is a link to what's being sent out http://supervoterbomb.com/pieces.html If you click on either page, you will get a full size picture of that page so you can read the brochure.
I'm trying not to take sides, because both the ronpaulproducts and the RevPAC brochures are great. (I have a thousand of the Super Brochure to pass out and have already started on that.) I will say that the RevPAC brochure looks a little cleaner and three of the panels are tailored specifically to Iowa voters, which is a nice touch. It also allows them to tailor future printing to specific states by changing just those panels and/or producing a generic version that can be used anywhere.
I don't know if they are going to make them available for sale in bulk or just mail them, but I notice that it appears they have (I don't know the technical lingo here) the lines and colors for printing, so you can obviously print them out and take them to a local printer (generic version if it becomes available.)
I'm sure we will be hearing from the RevPAC soon as to how many have been mailed, which states are next, etc. I know that to a degree it seems that their efforts may be redundant, but it can't hurt for someone to get two different brochures from two different sources – it may be just the reinforcement they need to be convinced to vote for Dr. Paul. Additionally, there's a chance that one of the brochures may be overlooked as junk mail, so getting two can't hurt.
Anyway, check out the SuperVoterBomb brochure – it's just as impressive as the Super Brochure from ronpaulproducts, and those of you that attacked the RevPAC without giving them a chance should be ashamed of yourself.