Thursday, July 10, 2008

Video ad by Vets4Freedom; MAF telethon video, news

Wow, have I got a round-up for you! Vets For Freedom has started their campaign to wake up America as to the fact that we ARE winning this global war, and Move America Forward has made their telethon video still available for you to watch. It was great, too. I watched the whole 8 hours!

First lets start with the Vets For Freedom video that is going to be run in twelve key states within the next 4 months, and they will end this campaign at the Nov. 11, 2008 Veterans' Day in Washington, DC. Here is the link to the ad:
The launch coincides with a multi-million dollar television-advertising buy in target markets and on national cable. The first spot "Finish the Job" will begin airing this week and will run for two weeks. Additional ads will run throughout the coming four months and will all be aimed at informing the American people about the truth regarding progress in Iraq and the need for victory on all fronts of the Global War on Terrorism. You can view the ad by clicking below.

Simultaneously, Vets for Freedom State Captains-motivated OIF/OEF veterans-are taking the lead in their states and will mobilize our grassroots veteran membership —YOU!—throughout the country to spread the "ground truth" about progress in Iraq and the need for victory on all fronts of the Global War on Terrorism. The "Four Months For Victory" campaign is a national grassroots effort taking place in all 50 states. Specifically, we have thoroughly trained our Captains in 12 target states, and they will also receive sizeable state budgets. If you are from one of the following states, we really need your help: MN, IA, WI, MI, PA, NV, NM, MO, CO, OH, FL, and VA. We will be running TV ads in most of these states as well to further spread the message.

Move out and draw fire!
This is so HOT! I've watched this video and it may be slow (a little video problem on my part?), but it is very good. I received this e-mail on the second of July, and this e-mail I received today. (That's so I don't confuse you, lol.)

They are calling upon all members to volunteer in this effort to get the message out. We are needed, friends. We are needed to let the people of America know the facts as they are, not as the media wants us to believe they are. Are you willing to help? CLICK HERE TO BECOME A "VOLUNTEER" IN YOUR STATE. (The site appears to be down at this time. I wonder if anyone is messing with it from GOOGLE? Hmm.)

Here is their request of their 25,000 members. The "Four Months, For Victory" campaign will only be successful if we're willing to volunteer our time and put our 'money' where our mouth is. But isn't this the least we can do, with our fellow Soldiers, Marines, Airman, and Sailors still serving overseas? We need to volunteer to write Letters to the Editor, attend events, make phone calls, call into local radio shows, and destroy the enemy from within by electing men and women of honor and stature.

Now it is time some news about the Move America Forward.
We've been getting a big increase in the number of great/terrific/outstanding press stories about our upcoming shipment of what will be the largest delivery of care packages to U.S. troops in history. The approach of the 4th of July Independence Day holiday is remind the media and the people of this nation about what it is that has kept us free and independent: the service & sacrifice of our military men and women.

Now watch this exceptional story from CBS. This was the top story yesterday - with a live report during the 5:00 PM news. And that's not all, here are other media reports on the history we're making together to honor and salute our troops in Iraq and Afghanistan:

CNS News, WorldNetDaily, Newsmax, Sacramento Union, Contra Costa Times.

* You can still see the telethon and sponsor care packages online.
Cross-posted @ Rosemary's News and Ideas.

May you walk with the LORD always, and when you cannot take another step, may He carry you the rest of the way until you can.

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