- Aug 8, 2016
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I'll tell you something, fct. Getting people elected is easy. We've got people elected in all fifty states at one political level or another, to include congressmen and senators, who, btw, have the highest freedom score cards in terms of voting records, as well as set all-time political records in a general election. All from a central hub organized by a few misfits.Winning in discussion or campaigns is meaningless if your competition sucks.. I'll take great joy in helping Independents take those seats that either party thinks is SO SAFE -- that no one is PREPARED to run against them.. Give some well qualified Indies some resources and teach them some moves to embarrass the HELL out of those incumbents by talking about the IMPORTANT stuff that NEVER GETS FIXED -- and I'll have all the joy and comedy I need for the rest of my life..
You do not need a majority to accomplish something. It just takes time and organization and a common goal. Raising money is easy. Know your laws. Define your roles, from transportation, to things as simple as proof reading campaign material/literature, to event planning and security, to organizing your phone banking or whatever. Make sure you've got competent developers and a plan to accompany their roles. Filling buildings is easy. There's a lot more to it, but none of it is hard. Elected officials will always have a listener in any platform they participate in, for the record, but it's alright, it's not like they're strangers anyway if they're among you.
A NYT full page ad cost $25,000. We've done it just to troll the pricks and to let em know we could do it again any time we felt like it. lol.
Again. You do not need a majority.
Anyway. Being about it is always preferable to just talking about it. I'll likely hear about it at some point, if you're serious and intend to go the distance. Ha.
As I'd mentioned, there's a lot more to it, but it's easy if you're a competent group in all relevant areas of the game with a common goal. Small ball gets it done in the long-term.