An easy way to help Dr. PaulSubmitted by ecard71 on Wed, 02/15/2012 - 10:05
I’ve been doing this for a while, but it never struck me to share the idea (wasn’t thinking I guess). I’m not sure if I’m alone in this (at least here on DailyPaul), but if any of you guys comment on the various “news” articles throughout the internet, I would strongly advise adding one of the many youtube videos that are available on Ron Paul. It could be related to that particular topic that the article is about. For instance, if the article is on foreign policy, you can add this one http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XKfuS6gfxPY
or this one http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0tD69RA-lQ4 , which finally made some dense people realize “Hey wait a minute, he’s right” (hell, use them both)
One of my favorites are the “Prediction” videos http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zGDisyWkIBM&feature=results_v...
You can reply to the brainwashed name callers that can’t argue their point validly other than calling Dr. Paul’s ideas “crazy”, with this one http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L1DSznedbQ4 I don’t recommend you wasting your time with close minded ignorant people, unless they actually come around and start a debate with you.
This is an invaluable tool that we should take advantage of before they start censoring the internet and a great way to spread the message. This is how it works:
You read an article and then you comment on it, backed up with a link to a Ron Paul video. You can also use this technique when replying to a comment that has already been made. What happens next; Many people will click on the link out of sheer curiosity (although some won’t, but that’s okay) even if the comment wasn’t meant for them. Once they watch that particular video, more than likely it will sort of make some sense to them. Well the beauty of youtube is that once you’re there, and you’re done watching the video, there are countless more Ron Paul videos to the right (not to mention the countless positive comments on the video itself, which may strike a chord with the viewer). I guarantee you that many people will start clicking away one after another – and we got another Ronvert, or at the very least a possible Ronvert who will research some more (the outcome can only be good). I suggest shorter videos less than 6 or 7 minutes at most, and not using more than one or two links, for the simple fact that most people may be turned off and not want to possibly waste their time on a 10 minute video, while the multiple links may turn off others.
To those that try to use this tactic against us, well good luck to them on actually finding a video where Ron Paul either looks stupid (unlike the other candidates), or proven wrong on the issues.