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Ben Swann wants Ron Paul rally pictures for a video piece!

During an Internet interview with Ben Swann, he mentioned he's asking for pictures of Ron Paul rallies for a piece he's putting together. Not sure if he mentions it elsewhere, but this is a great opportunity for some favorable (and free) media coverage!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=jNi...

The URL is directed to the 16 min mark where he mentions this, but the entire interview is pretty good. I don't see where he asks for pictures on his Facebook page, but maybe he mentioned it in a segment I haven't seen.

It would probably get his attention (and everyone else who follows him) if we posted them on his Facebook wall:

www.facebook.com/BenSwannRealityCheck

I only have pictures from the UCSD rally that I attended, and I've seen others with better angles. I know we have tons of pictures and videos, let's help him help us!

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Here!

http://www.rpcrowds.tumblr.com/

It keeps getting updated too! :D

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Hey Ben!

If you read this...Consider making a 1 minute video clip comparing RP rallies in the past 2 months to Romneys...it'll be EPIC and you'll cement yourself as a real journalist! (You have already, but you could literally HELP change the course of this country).

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Yes, and also a graph of some

Yes, and also a graph of some sort that compares "total number of people to attend a rally for RP/Mitt over time" It would a more extreme visual than the comparison of military donations among candidates. May look more like the price of gold vs. a dollar graph.