Join the ‘Stop George!’ Viral Campaign.

A new website, stopgeorge.com has launched a viral marketing campaign to defeat George Bush in the next election, with free posters, bumper stickers, and other stuff to download and print out and wear, display, and distribute. The mission statement of this effort is chock full of excellent rationale for why such a campaign is crucial to bringing the truths of Bush’s reign of terror to the forefront of the American consciousness (as well as the American conscience). For example:
WHAT’S THE POINT OF ATTACKING GEORGE? SHOULDN’T WE PUT ALL OF OUR ENERGY INTO SUPPORTING ONE OF HIS OPPONENTS?
The public image of George has been carefully created and maintained by some of the most successful and talented people in the business. Any candidate, no matter how qualified, will have a difficult time countering that well-constructed image. And if they do attack George, they may be condemned as a dirty politician, a dangerous position to be in for an opposition candidate. In addition, any viable opponent (or opponents) to George will not come to the forefront until the summer of 2004. That gives George over a year to promote his campaign without challenge while potential opponents fight among themselves. It is important to start poking holes in George’s well-constructed image as soon as possible.

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We need to show Americans who are afraid to speak out against George that there are others like them and it’s OK to speak out. We need to show Americans who don’t even know that they have a reason to disagree with George that they do have a reason. And we need to encourage those who have not voted in the past that in 2004, their vote will make a difference. Remember, the last George was considered unbeatable less than a year before his defeat.
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2 thoughts on “Join the ‘Stop George!’ Viral Campaign.

  1. Stop George!

    We need to show Americans who don’t even know that they have a reason to disagree with George that they do have a reason. And we need to encourage those who have not voted in the past that in 2004, their vote will make a difference. Remember, the last …

  2. Excellent work, you. I am amazed at how many people I come across who are afraid to speak out, afraid to speak their minds, terrified of criticising the administration. What has this country turned into? What does this fear speak of, in its silenced voice?
    I think it booms of a dictatorship.

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