Thursday, April 9, 2009

you have got to be kidding me...

I received this email:

Cailin --

Just ten weeks into Barack Obama's presidency, partisan voices and leaders like Rush Limbaugh, Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal, and Indiana Congressman Mike Pence are already trying to turn the American people against him. "I hope the President fails," they're saying.

Trying to tear down the President in order to maintain the status quo is unacceptable -- especially when the need for change is more urgent than ever.

With far-right ideologues in Congress threatening to block or weaken the President's budget in the coming days, we'll need your help to set the record straight about President Obama's economic recovery plan. Show your support by Monday, April 13th -- before the budget fight ends.

Will you make a donation of $25 or more before the Monday deadline?



President Obama faced the same negativity during the election. But in record numbers, folks like you came out and built support in communities across the country. With your support and energy, you said no to the politics of the past.

Now, more than ever, we need your voice and your support again to ensure that the likes of Rush Limbaugh and partisan ideologues in Congress don't succeed.

Whether they're misleading the public about the President's proposals to lower taxes for working families, or bashing his budget without offering specifics of their own in return, these critics have never been interested in a serious debate about turning our economy around.

The federal budget is not just a laundry list of numbers or programs. It's about the lives, the families, and the dreams of every American. With our future at stake this week, we can't afford to get bogged down in petty partisanship.

Before the budget fight draws to a close, please keep this grassroots movement going with a donation of $25 or more:

https://donate.barackobama.com/fightattacks

Thank you for everything,

Mitch

Mitch Stewart
Director
Organizing for America

and I'm MAD!
I'm mad because it isn't a campaign. It is time to RUN THE COUNTRY!
EVERY PRESIDENT EVER ELECTED had people say negative things about them. But they had to get out there and do their job to the best of their ability anyway.

Why on God's Green Earth do they think the American People should PAY for a campaign for the budget?

2 comments:

Meg said...

A friend of mine got one of these today too. I think it's crazy!

CailinMarie said...

maybe we can start a grass roots "its the President's job to be the President and dismemeber his campaign team for the nest 3 years" movement