A little fun with John Kerry's recent email to me!
Published Wednesday, February 08, 2006 by Nate | E-mail this post
By no means am I lending endorsement for 'Kerry for President 2008' by posting this, but since John Kerry seems to have plucked his head out of his ass (finally), and recently took on the 55 corrupt and morally bankrupt Repugnant Senators and the few repugnant Democrats who shoved 'Justice' Samuel Alito down our throat, I figured I'd repost it here for him. With a few comments and observations of course.Nate, Dick Cheney will be there. So will Rick Santorum...Phyllis Schlafly...Newt Gingrich...Ann Coulter...Republican Party Chairman Ken "The talking-points action figure" Mehlman... and Grover Norquist, a figure at the center of the Jack Abramoff Republican lobbying scandal. (aka... The 'Evil Bastard' All-Stars!)Tomorrow, at 9:30 a.m., the gavel will drop on CPAC (Corrupt Policital Alliance for Cronyism?) 2006 - the Conservative Political Action Conference. oh that CPAC Soon a parade of Bush administration and Republican Party leaders will trek over to kiss the rings of the right-wing political operatives who work so hard to push the reckless Bush agenda through Congress - and of the right-wing agitators that stop at nothing to keep Bush-backing candidates in power.They've got a lot to talk about. Because from excusing the incompetence of the Katrina response...to denying the illegality of warrantless domestic spying...to condoning the corruption of the DeLay/Abramoff wing of the GOP...to disguising Bush policy failures on everything from Iraq to Social Security to the botched prescription drug program... ...Republican and right-wing activists have been getting a lot of practice trying to hide their incompetence, corruption and failures from the American people. While they plot strategy, here's what we're going to do: raise the money we need to break their grip on power and drive them from office. Contribute Today to Break Their Grip on Power Our Break Their Grip on Power campaign (Why do they always pick such imbecilic names?) will mobilize our grassroots network and deliver a forceful message in neighborhoods across America. Coudn't it have been called the "Kick the Shit of Corrupt Bastards" campaign or something with a little more oomph?We will use newspaper ads, radio ads and grassroots "spread the message" initiatives to define the issues of 2006 and defend Democrats who tell the truth about the real needs of the American people. (When I see them flanking out to do interviews with ever single highly read progressive blog, I'll believe that) hint hint guys!
We'll break their grip on power by changing the course of close campaigns at a moment's notice acting -- three million people strong -- to deliver unprecedented levels of grassroots help to support our candidates. (I'm down with that!)We'll break their grip on power by pulling our candidates through to victory with our Fight Back Fund springing into action whenever one of our candidates comes under attack. (Down with that too!)
And, as Election Day approaches, we'll break their grip on power by getting out the vote for change by using the full power of the Internet to drive Democratic and independent voters to the polls - bringing to our side even many lifelong Republicans who feel betrayed by a Republican Party that long ago lost its moorings. Contribute Today to Break Their Grip on Power (Second chance to send them money!)When I joined courageous Democrats in the filibuster against the Alito nomination, I told you it was important to stand up for what we believe in, win or lose. Today, I want to remind you that, when it comes to the 2006 elections, we can't afford to lose. If we want to break their grip on power, winning is the only option. Let's get it done, starting today and never turning back until the last vote is counted 270 days from now. Sincerely,
Now I may of had some fun with them above and proclaimed loudly that I am NOT endorsing a run for President by John Kerry in 2008, I felt like I needed to reward and acknowledge the pair of balls he seems to have recent re-discovered so I sent them $20. If you've got it to spare, $10 isn't much to say thanks for trying to protect us from our new Supreme Court!