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Asks listeners to "Call Ron Paul's office and tell him he can't win."
Having taken the piss out of my own campaign for a while now, I feel compelled to write something in our defense.
I first heard Ron Paul supporters described as â€œobnoxiousâ€ when reading the comments of a Romney backer about the Iowa Straw Poll. It seems that the meme has been out there for a while, though. A google search for â€œRon Paul supportersâ€ and â€œobnoxiousâ€ produces 1340 hits (1341 once this post is catalogued), many of them similar to the following.
Originally posted by jonahtrainer at the Ron Paul Forums. Thread can be found here
"We need to take action. We need to expose all the county chairs in the whole USA to the ideas discussed by Ron Paul. They will bring all the other republicans with them. Here is what I propose:
1. Put together a packet on the GOP values.
a. Less Taxes
b. Less Government
c. More Personal Responsibility
d. More Individual Freedom
e. Family Empowerment
f. Strong national defense
The Liberty Papers blog recently posted an entry on how we might sometimes be hurting the campaign unintentionally. Although I am not a big reader of their blog, I think this particular entry makes valid points.
The entry can be found here
Now, I'm a fervent Paulite that wants to win this thing for Doctor Paul more than anything, but we need to pick our battles better if this is to become a reality.
What's your say? Post a comment below.
Writes Jay Roberts:"I started thinking about the economics of the unofficial campaign when I saw the results of the supporters who whipped together a full page ad for the Ames paper in a couple of days. Wonderful result that would have taken weeks and lots of 'buckage' from a PR firm, assuming that they could even put together something as good as that.