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LibertyHQ Message Board › Prescription Drug Cards promoting Ron Paul...

Prescription Drug Cards promoting Ron Paul...

A former member
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You could use the free Big Apple Rx Card. But that doesn't promote Ron Paul. Everyone should print out a FREE " Rx For Liberty Card for immediate use now at local pharmacies." to keep handy in case you, or anyone you know, have to get a prescription filled at a local pharmacy, and want to save some money, up to 75% instantly. And expose people to the simple message of liberty that Ron Paul promotes.

These cards are a very cool way to introduce people to Ron Paul - especially the older demographic that we desperately need to come our way. Here are a couple of very good reasons to print out a card.

1. They're free - always. There is never a cost to use them to save money.
2. They're pre-activated - no personal information is ever needed to get one.
3. They work at over 58,000 pharmacies nationwide, including all major chains like CVS, Target, Walgreen's, Walmart, Kmart, etc.
4. They can be shared with others.
5. They're great to have even if you have insurance because they give you a discount on drugs that may not be covered by your insurance.
6. They even work to get you discounts on your pet's prescriptions being filled at local pharmacies.

Who takes the most prescriptions? 35+, and especially 50+. Do older people pay money to get their pet's prescriptions? You bet. Are there any under-employed or un-employed people in NYC? Naaaaaah. Everyone's got prescription coverage, right? Wrong.

How can you go wrong by going up to someone and saying, "Hey, can I give you a free prescription discount drug card that will save you money now at the pharmacy for you, your pets, or anyone you know?" I've never had anyone turn me down, even if they have insurance. It's like a road-side assistance card - you carry one, even though you may never need it. Except these are FREE.

We encourage cardholder's to donate some of their Rx savings back to Ron Paul's campaign. And we actually have a testimony from a Daily Paul member who got an Rx from Walmart for $91. She remembered a card we gave her and went back 2 days later. Walmart gave her $53 back. She bought some groceries and also gave $20.12 to the Ron Paul campaign. How sweet is that?

And even if the Ron Paul part of the card doesn't get them right away, since it has value they are more likely to hang on to the card, and be converted later on.

We can send out cards to anyone that wants them. We only ask that the cost of the cards be covered, as we can't be assured that you'll order them and just let them sit. We'll send out 15 Rx For Liberty cards free to anyone that sends a SASE to Rx For Liberty Cards, 2826 Howard Rd, Petoskey, MI, 49770.

We're also looking for serious individuals to pass these out to make some money themselves. We'll pay $2.50 the first time a card gets used to save money for a cardholder, and an additional $1.50 each time the card is used again by the same cardholder to save money. 5,000 cards cost $55 delivered, and their is no sign up fee or any other costs to get involved. Plus money will be paid long after the campaign is over, because the fight for liberty has only just begun. It is a never ending battle.

If you want more information, give me your contact info in a message. Thank you!

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