We need to start getting more consistently strategic. We need to be planning way out into the future. That's where our successes have come from. The sign bomb, the BTO money bomb, the Values Voter poll: these were all prepared ahead of time.
So whats happening with the debate in nevada next week? Are people arranging to get there and sign wave? Is anyone trying to get inside and watch? We should be there in big numbers! That's our state!
Are they taking Paul at his word that their entry into the race would only dilute his opposition?
Will they also simultaneously endorse (Mc)Cain in the weeks to come?
Iowa, New Hampshire, and South Carolina...
Perry, Romney, Paul....
1st, 2nd, 3rd...for now.
I expect Ron Paul to do very well in Iowa. He may not win, but he does not have to spend a small fortune in Iowa to remain relevant in this race. For Bachmann, it's a must win or bow out.
New Hampshire is open to the independent vote. If Romney and Perry fail to win in New Hampshire, they are finished and the 2012 republican presidential race will enter into a whole new territory that has not been seen since the days of Warren G. Harding.
After watching the LSU speech, I am now absolutely convinced that the youth movement and the colleges are the keys to victory for Ron Paul. THIS is how we turn the tables and win this election! THIS is how we beat Romney and the establishment! Here's why...
The Neighborhood Precinct Committeeman Strategy to Take Back the Republican Party and then America at the Ballot BoxSubmitted by Anarchist on Mon, 09/19/2011 - 10:24
The Neighborhood Precinct Committeeman Strategy, outlined below, entails a tried-and-true, peaceful, Constitutional, ballot box solution to our present political predicament. The procedures and system for this solution have been in existence for decades. Obama used them.
Do Not Waste Your Time.
If you think you already have the solution for stopping the Democrats’ headlong rush to destroy our country, I don’t want to waste your time. Stop reading.
Looking for advice on the best way to help. I've filled out the volunteer form on the RP2012 website twice, but have yet to hear from the official campaign. (I'm assuming their directing the majority of their efforts at the early primary states.)
The only way the "Good Doctor" can win is by converting independents to vote in the Republican primaries-- what are some of the best places to meet, and swing independent voters to our side?
Every revolution needs an army. Ron Paul's strong point has always been his grassroots people. We all genuinely believe in his message. However I think his grassroots have been a bit more fragmented this time around. Last time we all gathered around the money bombs with great success. Trevor Lyman did a lot of work to gather that amount of support, but now he isn't in the picture this time around, so we don't have his email lists and the grassroots base hasn't been mustered to it's full potential.
In any campaign, the most valuable resource you have is time. People think it is money, but you can always find some money or a way of working around problems. We have all been extremely creative, and this whole campaign is a testament that there is more than one way to run for office. For instance, it was the grassroots that made the campaign become really popular rather than the other way around, and this shows that we can be adaptable. This is great.