First of all, thanks for all that you're doing to help ensure Hillary Clinton's election in 2008. I've never been involved in politics my whole life and it's a good feeling to be involved in something I can be proud of. It's unfortunate that you all had to call off the bumper sticker campaign but I thought of an idea last night that I thought I'd run across you guys. What if we took all the bumper stickers we have left over and put them on the walls and stalls of public restrooms? We could also leave a few pamphlets of information outlying Hillary's proposals next to the sink. It's not too often I see advertising in a restroom, so I really think it would stick out. What do you think?
Three words Frank, we love it! I have to admit, when I first read your e-mail I thought it sounded a little tacky. It didn't sound very presidential to be campaigning in public restrooms. But after sleeping on this for a few nights, I've come to the conclusion that this is one of the most genius ideas ever proposed. The key to this tactic is that it's a grassroots effort. We're not paid to promote Hillary on her behalf, we do this because we strongly believe in her candidacy. And by God we're going to do whatever it takes to spread the word about Hillary Clinton.
We are officially starting the Mission: Restroom campaign. Most of you probably have plenty of bumper stickers leftover from the previous campaign, and those of you that don't can simply log on to the official Hillary Clinton campaign website to order more. What we are going to do is plaster Hillary Clinton bumper stickers in restrooms all across the United States. If we all do our part, it will be almost impossible for someone to go to the bathroom without thinking about Hillary Clinton. We want them on the main walls, the inside of the stalls, and on the sink counters. No opportunity should be missed to get the word out.
A few things to go over for this mission:
- Any public restroom is fair game. If anyone of the public has access to a particular restroom, by all means sticker it up.
- Private locations with limited access to the outside public should be skipped over, unless you happen to work there. We don't need anyone getting arrested for trespassing.
- Do not place stickers in the restroom in the presence of other people. You're going to get a lot of weird stares, and people will probably just remove the stickers as soon as they see you leave. If you enter a crowded bathroom, simply wait in a stall until the coast is clear.
- Do not, under any circumstances, place a bumper sticker anywhere on a toilet. The reason a restroom is a good place to campaign is because it is frequented so often, but we don't need to be associating a toilet with Hillary Clinton.
- If you can, leave a few Hillary pamphlets by the sink so that people who become curious by the stickers have a chance to take a closer look into what she stands for.
- Last but not least: have fun. If we're not having fun out there, our efforts will start to get tiring pretty quickly. We recommend doing this with a friend.
Let's try to make it so there is no possible way a person could NOT run into a Hillary Clinton sticker within a week's time span. The primaries are approaching very quickly and time is of the essence. The best part about all this? It's absolutely free advertising, besides the mere cost of the stickers. This is 100 times more effective than any million dollar ad campaign. Let's make Hillary proud. I guarantee you that if we all do our part, Hillary Clinton will win this election by an absolute landslide and the opposition won't know what hit 'em.
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