Hope and Change Sticky Note Campaign gains radio attention

04 May

Greg Hedgepeth from the Hope and Change Sticky Note Campaign was interviewed by Dom Giordano of Philadelphia’s WPHT about what started as the Gas Roots movement that he cleverly expanded by simplifying it to an EVERYWHERE AND EVERYTHING movement.

Doc Thompson from WRVA (and frequent guest host for the Glenn Beck Radio Program) in Richmond has also mentioned the campaign and has it linked on his website, as well.

Go see what Greg has been up to. He’s created a video, not to mention the Facebook page he created that now has nearly 12,000 members in about a week! Go join up.

Stick ’em up, people!

Here’s one of my last entries.

Update: I just saw this ad from the National Taxpayers Union on FNC. It’s a great ad and really nails the motivation for Gas Pump Activism! Tell the American people why they’re being raped at the pump and at the grocery store.

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Posted by on May 4, 2011 in politics


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