posted on Aug, 21 2009 @ 10:21 PM
I challenge CuriousSkeptic
Will you stand up & fight? Will you join in and help gather the troops?
We may not all make it to the 2010 elections. If the rapture comes I’ll be gone and there will be fewer people to vote. If DC goes, there may not be
elections or maybe a special election.
An election is not that hard to win. You just need to get a lot of people out to vote for you. 36 elections are out there. Win 20 and you get 1/5 of
Lets’ go all out. The Bill Of Rights & the Constitution may do it (maybe not a few amendents - 17?).
Get rid of the debt, 10% tax rate, 2 terms max for everyone, …
Find 2 people per state. One person is for 2010, the other person is for 2012 (or the special election if DC goes).
A website needs to be built to cover all 36 elections. A Pay Pal link & Credit card link is there for contributions. An address need to be there for
mail-ins. A notice on the website needs to state that whenever you are questioned on who you are voting for “name someone else”.
Non-aligned & unaligned websites would add for us for free. E-mail chains and radio spots can get the word out.
Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Illinois, Kentucky, Louisiana,
Missouri, Nevada, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Ohio
Easy for Dems
Arkansas, California, Delaware, Hawaii, Indiana, Maryland,
New York, New York (note both seats are up for grabs), North Dakota, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Vermont,
Easy for Reps
Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Georgia, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Oklahoma,
South Carolina, South Dakota, Utah
36 people are needed for 2010. 33 people are needed for 2012. I think a businessman or woman with an engineering degree would make a great president
or Senator. They could do process charts and with a business background know where to cut. Just control the Senate and you have leverage. With people
being angry it could work. Not another party - just elect non-polititions for two terms.
Who could we push (new) and how to get them to accept. Anyone want to start a conspiracy instead of talking about others? It would not be that hard to
win 20 races and have 1/5 of the Senate.