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Let’s Think About Amerijericho!


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    Starting on the 1st day of January 2010, less time will be spent on Facebook — so, shifting gears to wage my spiritual/political war of ideas will be done on a variety of other “battlefields.”

    This was the question for my Facebook friends: Would you like to participate as an anonymous volunteer campaign advisor?

    These were the answers out of over 1,600 contacted: 33 Yes, 100 maybe, 742 No, and the rest had no response. Out of the 33 who said “Yes”, 14 were given the secret password.
    It will be necessary for me to isolate myself from disruptive distractions in coming months. Getting petition signatures to have my name placed on the ballot is the only remaining chore needing to be done between May and August. Friends who are choosing to associate with me as advisors will continue to participate if I should be miraculously elected. We would need to utilize hi-tech communications at what will be an extremely complex project: THE TENNESSEE GOVERNOR CENTER

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    These 3 Messages were posted on my FACEBOOK site: 17 May 2010

    New friends are always welcome! If you are a political opponent or one of their supporters, click “Notes” above and start reading. Also, months of comments are found at the “FACEBOOK MESSAGES by REESOR” message board. Click and read to see if I’m sane or crazy. http://amerijerichoadvisorycouncil.yuku.com/forums/84/t/FACEBOOK-MESSAGES-by-REESOR.html
    If you’re a registered voter in Tennessee, remember me as “the last resort” candidate. This is my campaign slogan: “Vote Smart for A Change… even if it’s for someone else.” I’m a White Horse Independent with new ideas about how our state can be made better. Visit my web site and click hundreds of links for more info: http://www.jamesreesor.com
    Tomorrow will be Tuesday the 18th day of May – the 2nd anniversary of my entry into the 2010 campaign as a gubernatorial candidate. I was the first among all contenders to announce, but the Tennessee media has decided to ignore me and every press release found on this web site: http://www.jamesreesor.com/Reesor2010CampaignPressReleases.html

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