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Trevor Lyman is the man who organized the Ron Paul money bombs.
One Lyman money bomb raised $4 million in one day.
Another raised $6 million in one day.
Now, Lyman is at it again.
Lyman wants to hold a third party debate in New York City.
Lyman was inspired by Ron Paul's press conference a couple of weeks ago.
At that press conference, Paul called on his followers to ditch the two major parties and throw their support to one of the independent or third party candidates.
So, we all need to support Lyman's push for an alternative debate now.
If Lyman gets 10,000 pledges by October 8, he and the other sponsors will organize a debate in New York City.
All major candidates -- Nader, Barr, McKinney, Baldwin, Obama and McCain will be invited.
Already, with no publicity, Lyman has close to 1,000 pledgers.
So go to thirdpartyticket.com now.
And add your name to the pledge list.
You don't have to say how much you are pledging.
Just add your name.
The Commission on Presidential Debates won't let Ralph debate.
So, let's get behind Trevor Lyman's push now.
Let's crank it up.
And get it done.
Onward to November
The Nader Team
Third partyticket.com is being sponsored by Lyman's group breakthematrix.com, the Chicago-based Free and Equal Elections, and Open Debates.
Originally posted by Illusionsaregrander
Excellent thread. Thank you for bringing this to my attention. I believe the only way out of this mess is to vote third party.
I hope this thread gets a lot of stars and flags. People need to see that a third party vote is only a wasted vote if we all believe that it is. We CAN take back our government, legally, but only by voting outside the two party sock puppet system.
Believe people. We can do this. I am more for Ron Paul than Nader, but I would support Nader over Obama or McCain simply on the third party principle. We have to break the two party system if we are to keep America a free democracy.
Edit to add;
Pledged. Pretty painless.
[edit on 29-9-2008 by Illusionsaregrander]