Posts tagged ‘house of representatives’

  8.  Ask someone who’s talking up Obama “Why are you voting FOR Obama?”  Guaranteed you’ll hear in their explanation something with “Romney”, “Bush”, or “Republicans” – but not “Obama.  Tell them that this isn’t a reason… they should step back and try to figure out why Obama was such a good president for four years. […]

Wow, single digits…   9.  Go to your local Cable TV station and make a 30 minute presentation on an issue or a politician you like.  They MUST let you do this – you own the station.  Don’t be intimidated, just be yourself and tell your community how you feel – Cable TV viewers may be […]

  10.  ACTUALLY comment on RRBlog with your valid thoughts to stimulate others to respond and become activated enough to possibly sway some undecided friends.  rr 

  11.     Visit a blog.  Read some posts.  Comment on those that you agree or disagree with.  Check back often to see if others have posted on the same topic.  rr 

  12.     Buy several copies of a current political or current events book.  Hand them out to friends with the only request that they hand them to someone else when they’re finished.  rr 

  13.     Start a book discussion group.  Choose the books from current political titles to spur discussion.  Encourage both parties to be represented. rr 

  14.     Sponsor a retired flag collection in the name of the campaign.  Put an announcement in the local paper that you’re collecting retired flags for proper disposal.  You don’t have to actually dispose of them, but you can collect them or the Boy Scouts or the American Legion, who normally do. rr 

  15.    March in a parade.  Find an organization that marches and join them if you can.  Perhaps a Halloween parade, dressed as Romeny or Ryan or (gulp!) Obama. Don’t dress like Biden, you might get pelted by fruit.  rr 

  16.   Get involved in the PTA/PTO (if you can) and see what’s going on.  You might be amazed at how political they are and how much they DON’T agree with your politics.  Nearly all public school teachers are union members and may be at odds with your own beliefs.  Find out.  rr 

  17.   Do you belong to a local organization?  The Masons?  The Elks?  American Legion? Woman’s Club?  Chamber of Commerce?  See if a candidate will come and speak to you with the understanding that he’ll focus on a topic that is germane to your organization.  Note: some orgs like Masons, etc. do not get political.  In […]