Help McCain Win Now!

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    Fellow Americans:

    You know that because Obama backed out on public funding, his campaign has amassed a fortune and he was able to buy that 30 minute time spot on all the major news networks the other day.

    I don't normally contribute to political campaigns, but I just sent $100 to site deleted as spam

    They will be airing ads in the swing states and they need your help. You can view the 4 ads at the above website.

    You can send in $100, $50, $20, $5... whatever you can spare because times are tough, but if we don't, times will get even worse under an Obama presidency.

    Let's do what we can to get the right man in the Oval office.

    Thanks for reading.

    BTW, if anyone has volunteered their time, I was wondering what is the most effective way that I can help besides donating more money.

    *this post was edited to delete the fundraising site as spam.*
     
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    no, thank you.
     
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    At least you were kind enough to read it and was polite about it.
     
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    no worries...we all need to look for more common ground. manners will open doors for ya...sometimes when nothing else will.
     
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    Sorry, didn't realize it was spam. If anyone wants to pm me I can direct you to the proper site.
     
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    Sorry. McCain could have tried to go the route of the internet but didn't understand its potential.

    Obama said he would consider public financing if he was elected.

    With his success on the internet, it would have been foolish to go the public funding route.

    Republicans have often won in the past races because they had more money to spend to sound bite the masses.

    Tuff shanuggies that this time the Dem candidate had more money.

    But I admire your effort for trying.
     
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    Actually you're wrong Rayboy...not suprisngly.

    Obama last year said he would accept public financing only if his oppenent did the same.

    None of this I'll consider bullshit and then opt out.

    But hey whatever makes you sleep better right
     
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    I volunteer, for Obama. I go in and make calls and also go door to door. McCain needs help. That's why he has resorted to robo calls. Can't get any live person to do it.
     
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    Wow. You really walk the walk. Now if you would just come over on our side... We could use dedicated people like you.
     
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    You know if the tables were reversed, McCain would have done the same thing.

    Oh, and McCain said he would run a clean campaign, so he renigged too.

    PS. Look at the electoral map. McCain might actually lose AZ!!! :badgrin:

    PS. I don't know why we bother talking to you guys anymore when it's over!!!

    46 million more people registered for this election than in 04.



    High turn out NEVER helps the GOP.



    Check this out. Number of registered Democrats has grown by nearly 5 percent since 2004. During the same time, the GOP lost more than 2 percent of its registered voters.”



    In states where registration is recorded by party, including eight key states that could decide the election, voters have signed up Democratic in the past six months by a margin of nearly 4-to-1.



    Battleground: That registration edge - First Read - msnbc.com
     

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