I just got this as an email..........
This week, the Clinton campaign announced that they have raised $27 million over the last three months, putting Hillary's total campaign cash at $90 million for the year. She is on pace to raise much more than $100 million by the end of the year.
But that's not all. The Democrats have taken in $100 million more than Republicans this year. And this doesn't even count the hundreds of millions of dollars Big Labor, Hollywood elites and liberal groups like MoveOn.org are raising to defeat Republicans in 2008.
If Republicans don't close the fundraising gap with the Democrats by the end of this year, we will not be able to defend our candidates from their vicious attacks and outright distortions.
Please make a secure online campaign contribution of $1,000, $500, $100, $50 or $25 to the RNC today to help us counter the Democrats' massive campaign war chests.
Hillary is criss-crossing the country raising tens of millions of dollars from Hollywood elites, Big Labor and trial lawyers. And she's shown her true liberal colors by:
- Announcing Hillary-Care 2.0 -- a one-size-fits-all health care system like the one she tried to force through in 1993, which would put bureaucrats in Washington in charge of your health care choices instead of your doctor.
- Refusing to denounce the despicable and malicious attack ad that left-wing group MoveOn.org leveled against General Petraeus before his testimony last month in front of Congress -- essentially condoning slander against our troops.
- Proposing more than $615 billion in new government spending to pay for her liberal schemes.
Valerie, I know you have been a strong supporter of the RNC -- and I'm grateful for all you have done and continue to do for our President and our cause. You know better than most how critical early preparation and funding is to winning in 2008.
Will you go the extra mile to help retain the White House and regain Congress by making a secure online contribution of $1,000, $500, $100, $50 or $25 to the RNC today?
Republican victory begins with you. Please respond today.
Robert M. "Mike" Duncan
Chairman, Republican National Committee
P.S. Valerie, Democrats and left-wing special interest groups are raising hundreds of millions of dollars to put a liberal like Hillary Clinton in the White House and expand their majorities in Congress. Your secure online contribution of $1,000, $500, $100, $50 or $25 to the RNC today will help keep our campaign programs on track. Thank you.
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Its the first time I had ever financially supported a candidate!
We can make our opinions and convictions heard, out loud, and if we support the GOP or our favorite candidate, we are making ourselves heard, sharing it with others who may just look a bit closer and join in!
let's all ask our friends to join this group and TURN IT UP, as well!!!
Wanniski decided to turn the classical world of economics – which had operated on this simple demand-driven equation for seven thousand years – on its head. In 1974 he invented a new phrase – "supply side economics" – and suggested that the reason economies grew wasn't because people had money and wanted to buy things with it but, instead, because things were available for sale, thus tantalizing people to part with their money. The more things there were, the faster the economy would grow.
At the same time, Arthur Laffer was taking that equation a step further. Not only was supply-side a rational concept, Laffer suggested, but as taxes went down, revenue to the government would go up!
Neither concept made any sense – and time has proven both to be colossal idiocies – but together they offered the Republican Party a way out of the wilderness.