Junk Mail for Ron PaulSubmitted by Michael Nystrom on Fri, 11/09/2007 - 12:54
If you're like me, you get a lot of junk mail. Much of it comes with postage-paid return envelopes, like the kind shown above. Rather than just throwing them away, or recycling them, put it to good use with a Ron Paul rubber stamp.
While you're at it, throw in a Liberty Card, or a Founding Fathers flier explaining who Ron Paul is. AT LEAST two other people will see it - the US Mail carrier, and the person who opens the envelope, but other hands will handle it as well. This is a very inexpensive way of getting Ron Paul's name and image out in front of the public.
While some people might feel bad about using these free post-paid envelopes to promote Ron Paul, I personally don't. After all, I never asked the company to try to sell me something. Although I'm rarely interested in what these real-world spammers have to offer, I figure they might be interested in what I have to offer. Freedom and liberty!
However, if you feel bad about it, then drop a note into the envelope saying, "Please remove me from your mailing list" along with the Liberty Card, then go ahead and stamp the outside. I think that is a very legitimate use for their pre-paid envelopes.
Also - this stamp is not only for junk mail. I also stamp all of my bills - gas bill, electricity bill, credit card bills - and throw some info about Dr. Paul in there as well. It is a way of communicating directly with other working class Americans. And those workers talk to one another: "Hey, I got another one of these cards. Who is this guy? I'm going to go find out."
And with the holidays coming up, be sure to stamp all of your cards and packages, too. And don't forget your paper money. We've got to do whatever we can to get the word out. It is the best $13.87 (including shipping) that you'll spend. Make a statement without saying a word.