We Can Win in 2010 – Part 3 – November 09, 2008

Posted on November 9, 2008. Filed under: Uncategorized |


STAY INFORMED ON THE CANDIDATES AND ISSUES. Do your own research. Definitely DO NOT RELY on the main stream news media. Online Google searches turn up many different informative reports and blogs. Check the facts, but don’t rely on web sites like factcheck.org or snopes.com because I’ve found them to be biased in this election.

Factcheck.org states on it’s home page that it is a project of The Annenberg Public Policy Center. The Annenberg Foundation granted millions of dollars to a pet project written and executed by William Ayers, the Chicago terrorist of the 1960’s and his buddy, Barack Obama. That project’s goal, stated by Bill Ayers, is to radicalize students at all grade levels by training teachers to influence them in the classroom.

SPREAD THE WORD. Talk to someone every day, looking for opportunities to bring up a political or world view discussion. It’s very important to educate voters on the truth and show them that everything they hear on the news is not necessarily true. We need to debunk the myths and outright lies about our candidates and our party’s platform. We need to educate people on the issues and the tactics used by the left. Don’t be intimidated and know your facts. Cite sources and avoid emotionalism.

WRITE YOUR ELECTED REPRESENTATIVES EVERY WEEK. Put their email addresses in your address book and find an issue to write them about every week. Let them know we are watching their performance and holding them to their campaign promises. Let them know when you oppose a compromise they’ve made with the left, or when you agree with one. Praise and/or thank them for the things they do right. This strengthens and encourages them to stand strong for our principles.

LET THEM KNOW, politely, when they’ve broken a promise, “given away the store”, compromised too much, or made a mistake. Let them know if you believe they are on the wrong side of an issue, like global warming.

Send them the facts you believe they are missing. Be clear, concise and brief. The correspondence is read by their aides who may not pass along a lengthy letter or email. Make each letter or email about only one subject. You should write a separate letter for each issue you need to address.

PUT A REMINDER ON YOUR COMPUTER CALENDER TO WRITE YOUR OFFICIALS ONCE A WEEK.

HELP RAISE FUNDS AND DONATE YOUR MONEY AND/OR SOME OF YOUR TIME. You may be able to donate time making phone calls, canvassing your neighborhood, hosting the candidate to speak to your neighbors, handing out literature wherever you go, stuffing envelopes, manning the campaign office, etc.

START A BLOG AND WRITE ABOUT CONSERVATIVE VIEWS OF ISSUES, SOLUTIONS, VALUES AND DISPELL MYTHS , RUMORS AND LIES.

DON’T GET LAZY OR COMPLACENT. You will be sorry if we lose again! Out of all of these suggestions, there will be at least one you can manage to do, probably more. Everyone can write and contribute money, even if it’s a small amount. You can contribute very small amounts on a regular basis and it will add up to a significant donation. Our candidates need to spend a lot on communications to get our message out and defend themselves against lies and rumors.

DON’T ADVERTISE WHAT WE’RE DOING. THAT INVITES OPPOSITION AND IN THE CURRENT ENVIRONMENT, THAT CAN BE QUITE NASTY. SPARE YOURSELF THE GRIEF AND QUIETLY EXECUTE THE PLAN.

WE CAN WIN IN 2010!

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