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The dims respond to Saracuda

As you may know, I somehow got on a Democratic Party mailing list.  Here’s what awaited me this morning.The Democratic Party

I wasn’t planning on sending you something tonight. But if you saw what I saw from
the Republican convention, you know that it demands a response.

I saw John McCain’s attack squad of negative, cynical politicians. They lied about
Barack Obama and Joe Biden, and they attacked you for being a part of this campaign.
But worst of all — and this deserves to be noted — they insulted the very idea
that ordinary people have a role to play in our political process.

You know that despite what John McCain and his attack squad say, everyday people
have the power to build something extraordinary when we come together. Make a
donation of $5 or more right now to remind them:


Both Rudy Giuliani and Sarah Palin specifically mocked Barack’s experience as a
community organizer on the South Side of Chicago more than two decades ago, where he
worked with people who had lost jobs and been left behind when the local steel
plants closed.

Let’s clarify something for them right now.

Community organizing is how ordinary people respond to out-of-touch politicians and
their failed policies.

And it’s no surprise that, after eight years of George Bush, millions of people have
found that by coming together in their local communities they can change the course
of history. That promise is what our campaign has been about from the beginning.

Throughout our history, ordinary people have made good on America’s promise by
organizing for change from the bottom up. Community organizing is the foundation of
the civil rights movement, the women’s suffrage movement, labor rights, and the
40-hour workweek. And it’s happening today in church basements and community centers
and living rooms across America.

Meanwhile, we still haven’t gotten a single idea during the entire Republican
convention about the economy and how to lift a middle class so harmed by the
Bush-McCain policies.

It’s now clear that John McCain’s campaign has decided that desperate lies and
personal attacks — on Barack Obama and on you — are the only way they can earn a
third term for the Bush policies that McCain has supported more than 90 percent of
the time.

But you can send a crystal clear message.

Enough is enough. Make your voice heard loud and clear by making a $5 donation right


Thank you for joining more than 2 million ordinary Americans who refuse to be silenced.


David Plouffe
Campaign Manager
Obama for America

It seems to me to be a simple fund-raising letter probably written before the speech was given.  After all, the letter fails to specify even one of what the writer considers a lie.

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  • GUYK September 4, 2008, 10:48 pm

    Yep..as al;ways the dim-a-crits attack the messenger because they cannot refute the message.

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