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Buying Radio Stations for Liberty

Would it be a bad idea? If we would pool our money .... say with money bombs. To purchase radio stations across the country. Just took a look at some on this site that are up for sale. We need to get the word of liberty out to the sheep. Wouldn't this be a great way to achieve this? I know you people could come up with a way. Your super intelligent and motivated. Stocks in the radio purchase and ownership could be worked out so people that donated in the bomb could own a share of the station. Management of the station? That is the question. Who would run it?
Here is the site that I just looked at with radio stations up for sale.


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Request Lines

I couldn't get any support for calling request lines to get any one of 100's of Ron Paul songs played on the air.

You might have to set up a pledge site, first, to show people the support is there.

What do you think? http://consequeries.com/

Someday we are going to have

Someday we are going to have to stop fighting the media and become the media.


look into LPAM -I have one

1610 AM and broadcasting what I want.

I'm just one... Imagine thousands.

Bump ...

Good idea!

Radio station... FBN

This may or may not be off topic:

I like your idea and the money bomb. I immediately thought of FBN when I read your post. If radio station(s) could be had, maybe this could be a joint project.


Either way, this would be a worthy project. msm will not change anytime soon, it is about time that we had our own airwaves to level out the playing field.

One thing I've learned while working on this election: If it isn't on tv, it's not the truth. Many people have told me that. I would imagine that they believe the same thing about radio stations.

"What if the American people learn the truth" - Ron Paul

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I like this idea, but I think

I like this idea, but I think we need to refrain from calling them "the sheep," we cannot insult voters the way the GOP did, look what happened there..

However, if a moneybomb gets set up for this I am in. Lets just be careful not to push potential voters away by saying they are sheep.

“I like nonsense, it wakes up the brain cells. Fantasy is a necessary ingredient in living.”
― Dr. Seuss

Calling People "Sheep"

How many of us have written about our "I used to be a neocon" stories? Were we idiots who suddenly became smart? Or were we smart people all along who maybe never heard the message of liberty and free market economics explained to us the way Ron Paul explains it?

To me, it's far more likely to be the latter. Ron Paul helped get a movement going but it's OUR JOB to further the movement by doing our best to explain it to people (ideally without them finding us annoying while doing so).

Calling people "sheep" is not productive. And unless you don't live in a glass house, you probably shouldn't throw around any "these people are idiots" stones.

jrd3820's picture

lol,"ideally without them

lol,"ideally without them finding us annoting while doing so." This is the hardest part for me because I get so excited about sharing the message with a potential new voter, but I do not want to come off as pushy or arrogant, so I have to play it cool and calm, like "oh, you have a few questions about the libertarian party... sure, I can help..." all casually when really I'm bursting with joy inside!

“I like nonsense, it wakes up the brain cells. Fantasy is a necessary ingredient in living.”
― Dr. Seuss


Okay. Thanks.

It's time! Rand Paul 2016!

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