Ron Paul supporter are hiring a blimp to fly from Washington, DC, to Boston, and then over New Hampshire. And they are doing it through a for-profit media company, so it's not subject to campaign finance laws. The website cycles through donor names publicly to give people credit for giving, which is radically transparent, and is backed by former FEC Commissioner Brad Smith, whose aim is to gut campaign finance laws by opening the loophole of funneling money through for-profit media companies.
Paul has by far the most innovative support network of any candidate this cycle. They are techno-utopians, young guys, ardent libertarians,e tc. and they don't care about the fact that he has long ties to the white supremacist world. In other words, it's everyone who was annoying in college.
Still, Ron Paul blimp is pretty damned creative, and it shows the hold that constitutional language can have in driving a populist message.