Yes, the Ron Paul links you put together are a very wonderul group of educational tools. However, most Americans have a very short attention span. I know this because it's almost impossible (like pulling teeth) to get my friends and family to sit down and watch a Ron Paul video or any educational video for that matter. Most people are so envolved in their day to day activities that they don't have time for politics. That's why we need to bombard them with simple slogans. We obibously don't have "Hillary Cash" for TV commercials, but we can deliver our slogans by way of car signs and bumper stickers. The nice thing about car signs is that for a brief period (10-60 seconds) you have a captive audience with nothing better to do than stare at the back of your car.
I have been making signs with my computer and taping them to the back window of my car. It's kind of exciting, because you never know who's going to stop behind you at the red light. I try to come up with slogans that will hopefully catch people's attention. I can watch people react to my signs through my rear-view mirror. Sometimes, the driver will see the sign and then bump his passenger and then they both land up smiling. I have a theory that who ever lands up behind my car was guided there by God for the purpose of finding out about Mr. Ron Paul.
RON PAUL SIGNS FROM AROUND THE COUNTRY