What are you willing to sacrifice for Ron Paul? I'm guilty - of hitting starbucks...for an occassional fix. I am giving up my (much needed) vice for Ron Paul...
We are giving up one Saturday a month to host a carwash for donations (to give to RP)....
We've talked about a multifamily garage sale (with all proceeds going to RP)...
What are you willing to sacrifice?
We all know Ron Paul is sacrificing alot right now - for us. He's traveling day in and out - doing press segways left and right...and spreading the message for "us".
We have ONE more quarter...this is it, folks. Much of this quarter will consist of getting his name out there (commercials, bill boards etc) - which all cost $$....It's make or break time...RIGHT now. You can bet those other campaigns and the press is watching that donation "lady liberty" daily - judging if he has what it
takes to meet his goal. WE DO!
James E Davis <[address removed]> wrote:
It is estimated that Dr Paul got his last quarter donations from an average of $40.00 per person. That translates to 127,000 donors. Fred Thompson only had 70,000 donors last quarter, which comes out to an average donation of $130.00 each.
If everyone donated $130.00 or more in the next quarter to Dr. Paul, he would have a minimum of $16,510,000.00 for the next quarter. That is $43.33 a month for three months. If I give up my coffee at the donut shop for three months that would be $180.00 conservatively. That would be $22,860,000. for Dr. Paul in the next quarter. This is a small price to pay for freedom, prosperity, and peace for our future.
your co-freedom fighter,
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