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 Problems In Iowa
Christians for 9/11 Truth
Posted: Jan 6 2008, 12:05 AM


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I was one of the near 300 student volunteers helping out the campaign in Iowa. During my time working with the national campaign I saw many problems within the campaign. Im not going to lay out everything I know about what happened up there at this time, but I will be posting more info in the days to come. This is what you need to know. The official campaign has been compromised and many within the campaign are indeed infiltrators and saboteurs. The campaign was turning away volunteers, not getting proper computer teckeys to database and not doing what was needed to get out the vote. DO NOT GIVE YOUR MONEY TO THE CAMPAIGN, BUY THE MATERIALS YOU NEED TO INFORM PEOPLE IN YOUR OWN COMMUNITY. The meetup groups are going to have to run this campaign, find the Paul supporters in your communities and do what must be done to get the people out to vote.
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Gideon524
Posted: Jan 6 2008, 12:10 AM


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QUOTE (Christians for 9/11 Truth @ Jan 6 2008, 12:05 AM)
I was one of the near 300 student volunteers helping out the campaign in Iowa. During my time working with the national campaign I saw many problems within the campaign. Im not going to lay out everything I know about what happened up there at this time, but I will be posting more info in the days to come. This is what you need to know. The official campaign has been compromised and many within the campaign are indeed infiltrators and saboteurs. The campaign was turning away volunteers, not getting proper computer teckeys to database and not doing what was needed to get out the vote. DO NOT GIVE YOUR MONEY TO THE CAMPAIGN, BUY THE MATERIALS YOU NEED TO INFORM PEOPLE IN YOUR OWN COMMUNITY. The meetup groups are going to have to run this campaign, find the Paul supporters in your communities and do what must be done to get the people out to vote.

Amen!

Doesn't surprise me in the slightest.

Thanks for the heads up. I just bought some Ron Paul tees, stickers and buttons and they're getting put to good use.
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chucksheen
Posted: Jan 6 2008, 04:41 AM


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Spread the word. Hopefully Ron Paul will be on the look-out. Thanks.
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Andoo Inc.
Posted: Jan 6 2008, 10:10 AM


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Ron Paul on the lookout. . . hah I know he's not in it to win and so does he. . . anyone here who thinks otherwise is naive. If we want our freedom's back, we have to use him like a blocking dummy. Let's not all forget that if you been in the game that long you are you playing ball. He only survives on us so I would never expect an official campaign to mean shit. His total popularity was because of us and it will end with us. So lets show the nation we have spoken.
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