Monday, May 17, 2010
Should I run for Congress?
Yes, I'm asking YOU: Should I run for Congress?
Pro: We need truth-tellers like tomorrow's radio guest Sander Hicks, NY Senate candidate to run for national office. My wife and family are on board and enthusiastic this time. I could coordinate my campaign with Eric Sayward, who is running in District 3 as an independent; we could do a series of "debates" around the district bashing the New World Order bankster dictatorship and calling for a peaceful uprising.
Con: "Standing for Congress" requires a lot of standing, and I was recently diagnosed with end-stage osteoarthritis of both hips, presumably from Lyme disease. I can't be out there collecting the number of signatures I'll need (roughly 1500) so I'd have to pay signature gatherers. Also, maybe it would be better to just let Eric be the one anti-NWO candidate this time.
What do you think? Should I run? If so, which issues should I emphasize? Please list the issues you'd like to see me run on in order of their importance. Here is a list of issues from my 2008 campaign. (Note that this time my position on national health care is aligned with the Libertarians: I'm against Obamacare.)
Check out media highlights from my 2008 campaign here and here.
You can leave your feedback as a comment on this blog post, or email me at kbarrett[AT)merr(DOT]com
If you want to pledge to contribute [insert amount of money here] in the event I do decide to run, that would be "louder than words" as the Loose Change guys put it.
Thanks for your feedback!
Author, Questioning the War on Terror: A Primer for Obama Voters: http://www.questioningthewaronterror.com
PS Here's the latest example of the kind of stuff I can push into the mainstream if I do run:
Kevin Barrett: Psychological warfare campaign rages under the radar