While the bromance between me and Jack Berry is now publicly over as of the John Fredericks Show last Friday, I have a new admirer and it is unusual: It is Peter Thiel.
I heard Thiel’s speech to the GOP Comvention this summer and I thought it was both visionary and gutsy. He said he was gay and a Republican, too. He wants to talk economic issues. The gay question is pretty much over after the SCOTUS decision although there are still issues to discuss.
But what really got me excited about Thiel is he helped the Second Ronulus Magnus – that is Cong. Ron Paul (The first Ronulus Magnus – a borrowing from Rush Limbaugh is of course President Ronald Reagan) and that makes Thiel not only more than all right but a hero to me!
So, I propose Thiel spend the 1.25 million like this: I would do a 30 second commercial based on the fact that Trump was one of the first in the NY construction/building business to hire women and there was a fascinating interview with one of those women for a hit piece on Trump the Clinton New Network ran in September. She basically said Trump treated her just like one of the boys and she did not like it! But there was no hint of anything improper. There is also a magazine cover from the 70s era that shows a young Trump with two women in his company. Find the cover, use a snippet of the interview that is helpful and run this commercial in the Philly suburbs, Northern Virginia, and a few other places where suburban women voters congregate.
The Philly suburbs get some coverage in Pennsylvania and NJ (and probably Delaware), NOVA gets Virginia, and maybe run in Milwaukee and the Twin Cities, too.
This could be key to the election. Now this is how to help Thiel or at least encourage him a bit: If you have a tech start up company looking for funds and help with business savvy, go to Thiel’s company (he helps fund it but another is CEO) Y Combinator and see if they can help you. Especially if you liked Ron Paul or are a libertarian or are a Trump supporter. Let’s have Peter Thiel’s back. Go here to apply at Y Combinator. We got to stand with good folks who are attacked by the SJWs.