Monday, October 20, 2008

I guess $600 Million isn't enough...

Just received from my good friend, Barack... What nerve!! I guess there is never enough cash in the war chest for this greedy SOB! But he has inspired me and I think I'll pop over and give some money to Sarah Palin!

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Date: Mon, 20 Oct 2008 14:06:56 -0400
From: Barack Obama
Reply-to: democraticparty@democrats.org
Subject: You decide

Janis --

Right now, we have one last chance to strengthen our field operation and expand our reach even further.

This Friday, we're making the very last, hard decisions about allocating our resources. And it will all come down to where we stand financially on Thursday at midnight.

We need to make decisions about strengthening our efforts in key battleground states -- and identify opportunities for expansion.

You can decide where we fight -- and how strong our team will be. Please make a donation of $5 or more before the deadline.

I know it's been a long campaign. And I know you've been asked to do a lot.

I hear you.

But right now, I'm asking you to remember what's at stake for our country.

After 20 months of fighting to bring the change we need, we cannot hold back now. We need to dig deep because what we do -- or don't do -- between now and Election Day will make all the difference.

Please make a donation of $5 or more before the deadline to expand the final map of battleground states and strengthen our field operation:

I'd like to fight for votes in every corner of the country. But the reality is that we need to focus and redouble our efforts for the final push.

Thank you for making sure this campaign has the resources to compete in as many states as possible,

Barack

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