All right after being encouraged to help get out the vote by Mark Levin, and to make calls by AceOfSpadesHQ, and seeing this 40+ year old video of John Wayne and Ronald Reagan talking about the importance of get out the vote calls, I finally looked into helping.
Wasn’t born until the last year of his presidency, so I know nothing of the Reagan administration first hand, but that man has incredible convincing power.
Today you can do it from home, the Romney offices act as a relay that hides you phone number and make it unlikely, if not impossible, to get long distance charges. So if you have voted and want to help from a red state, go to http://www.mittromney.com/call-home-landing to sign up.
I hate phones, and talking to people without seeing their faces, even when I know them. This isn’t easy for me, but Romney, and America, need my help. I have already made calls for several hours today.
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