The crucial question this raises is "do I want this guy to vote for and otherwise support the issues and the people I am for?" And the answer is 'yes, if this idiot is at all marketable.'
Where I differ from so many here is I never gave a sh-t why someone was voting for/donating to Ron Paul. I don't care if you love John McCain, believe the BP oil spill never happened, if you enjoy sex with reptiles or you are a buttoned-down Puritan, I don't care, I'm trying to save the country, not gain a new poker buddy.
I never sell 1,000 pages of liberty to someone when the average, apathetic voter can be sold with a few carefully placed sentences. If someone is marketable, I try to reel them in slowly with what works FOR THEM, never sharing what doesn't work FOR THEM. With those techniques, even the shallow, like the guy in this piece, can help me get what I want.
10-15 million more voters need to believe in non-interventionism (liberty) at home and abroad to change America. Minds changed on Syria. Minds changing on privacy. "Printing money" is part of the dialogue. Win minds through focus, strategy.
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