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Monday, July 23, 2007

I love E-mails like this

Dear Mike,
The Hillary Clinton fundraising juggernaut keeps on rolling.
Through the first six months of the year, Hillary has raised a whopping $63 million. Unfortunately, that's just the start. She is expected to raise more than $100 million before the end of 2007.
Hillary and her campaign manager, former Democrat Party chief Terry McAuliffe, are hoping her massive haul of campaign cash will pave the way to her coronation as the Democrat presidential nominee and provide her with early money to attack our GOP presidential candidates.
Mike, if we are to stop Bill and Hillary from returning to the White House, we must act now. As the only GOP organization allowed by federal law to directly support our presidential nominee, the Republican National Committee is leading the drive to keep the Clintons from another extended stay at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
Please help the RNC counter Hillary's growing war chest by making a
secure online contribution of $1,000, $500, $100, $50 or $25 today to support our eventual Republican presidential nominee.
We must prepare for the 2008 presidential election now. Back in 1995 -- 16 months before he was re-elected -- Bill Clinton began spending $85 million on negative ads aimed at the GOP and our eventual presidential nominee, Bob Dole. Hillary wants to follow the same playbook.
Hillary is criss-crossing the country raising tens of millions of dollars from Hollywood elites, Big Labor, and trial lawyers. She's dispatched her husband, the Fundraiser-in-Chief, to headline events and remind liberals of the "Two-for-One" package you get if the Clintons are in the White House.
And you know what that would mean:
The return of Hillary-Care -- the one-size-fits-all health care system Hillary tried to force through in 1993 that would put bureaucrats in Washington in charge of your health care choices instead of your doctor.
Higher taxes for all Americans to pay for her big government plans. As Hillary said earlier this year on the campaign trail, "Fairness doesn't just happen. It requires the right government policies."
The appointment of more liberal judges and the further expansion of the federal government into your daily life.
Mike, we cannot allow a return of the big government, high taxes, anything goes style of governing that Hillary Clinton embodies.
The RNC must raise the funds now to support our eventual nominee if we are to compete with the Clinton/liberal special interest money machine. That's why today I'm turning to our Party's top supporters -- Sustaining Members like you -- once again.
Please click here to help stop Hillary.
Electing a new Republican president and keeping Bill and Hillary from a return stay at the White House begins with you, Mike. Please make a
secure online contribution of $1,000, $500, $100, $50 or $25 to support the RNC's efforts today.
The $63 million Hillary now has for her presidential campaign is just the tip of the iceberg. Your immediate support is crucial to countering the Clinton money machine. Thank you.
Best Wishes,Robert M. "Mike" Duncan Chairman, Republican National Committee
P.S. Mike, you can be certain Bill and Hillary will be hitting up their liberal special interest allies for tens of millions more as the primaries near. The RNC is counting on your continuing generous support to help us lay the foundation for electing a new Republican president in 2008.
Your donation of $1,000, $500, $100, $50 or $25 is vital to our cause. Thank you.




Republicans hate the Clinton's and it's a great fundraising tool, however there is no way the money would be used to stop Hillary from winning the Democrat nominee, as they would prefer to go at her in the general election using the same propaganda, and if the Democrats are going to win Republicans want Hillary in the White House. The dirty little secret about the Democrat and Republican parties is if they have to lose they want the candidate they dislike the most to win. In Minnesota Republicans cry and whine about how horrible Keith Ellison is, yet when you question them about what they will do to defeat him you are either met with silence or told it's impossible due to all the "idiots" in Minneapolis.

Political parties like politicians learn all the dirty tricks with experience, and despite the fact that the platforms of the Democrat or Republican parties may represent the majority of Americans if we don't realize that we have to kill off a major party more then once every 300 years, we won't get real leadership no matter who we choose.

When the message of the Republican party is oh crap Hillary might win, and not hey look at all the great candidates we have don't you have to conclude that even Republican party leadership has little faith in Republicans doing great things for this nation?

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