How to grow the movement from your apartment without even spending $Submitted by kevink on Wed, 05/01/2013 - 15:48
Yesterday I was watching a YouTube video about the CIA giving the Afghan President millions of U.S. taxpayer cash. In the comments section I noticed someone had written about thinking our economy had probably hit rock-bottom but the person also mentioned that they had been wrong before. I emailed that person (since YT replies are only like 500 characters) explaining why some economists think things will get much worse. Essentially I gave the person a high-level overview of Peter Schiff's outlook and encouraged the person to watch a few of Peter and Ron Paul's videos. The person seemed very grateful and asked me to continue sending that type of stuff if I wouldn't mind. At that point it occurred to me that if all of us spent just a few minutes a day emailing people who seemed both open-minded and concerned about the state of both our economy and our country that we could help the Ron Paul movement grow exponentially. Just emailing a couple of people out of the blue (similar to cold-calling) could lead more and more people to "wake up" to what's really going on. Of course there's a great likelihood that those people will tell their friends/family. Eventually we will hit "critical mass" in terms of getting these ideas out there. I think it's already happening but it would only require a small investment of time to help push the process along faster. For those of us who did the Ron Paul phone from home program, this would be the YouTube "spread the ideas of liberty" equivalent
What do people think about this approach? Good? Bad? Indifferent?