Now through the month of May, the campaign will be in attack mode. Below are what I will be doing over the next month:
- Calling in to talk shows – America needs to hear me. I had the podcast (it will resume in a few weeks). Voters need to know that I don’t sound like a robot like Mitt Romney or a rock star like Barack Obama.
- Writing “Letters-to-the Editor” – I will be writing to prominent newspapers and magazines pleading my case why I should be President of the United States. Newspapers include the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Los Angeles Times, the Chicago Tribune, and other newspapers. Magazines include Time, U.S. News and World Report, Highlights for Children, and other magazines.
- Comments on political blogs and Facebook pages – This is where I use my “compare and contrast” strategy. It’s easy to say that “Ahmnodt Rules” or that “Obama and Romney suck”, but that won’t make people think enough to change their minds. Instead, I compare my health care, jobs, economic, and education plans to other candidates. I also mention that I am the only candidate tackling the high cost of entertainment.
This is where I need your help: I will be doing these things, but I am but one person. The more people mention me, the more the media will notice and the more others will know that there are alternatives to Obama and Romney.
I will like to take a moment to thank the people who have done their part to spread the word:
Yo-Yo-Dyne Propulsion Systems: Reno Division – Rachael has worked tirelessly promoting my campaign and has added a button to my blog on her blog.
Bearman Cartoons – Bearman was kind enough to make the profile picture I currently use on Facebook.
I apologize to those I have forgotten. Those who I have forgotten will get top billing in the “Great American Shout-Out” blog entry I plan on writing on May 7. Shout-outs will also go to people who show their support by either their blog or by posting a link in the comments section showing the support (Whether it’s on Facebook, a political blog reply (aside from this political blog), or whitehouse.gov.
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