Wednesday, September 20, 2006

Fun Stuff Today!

Kirby here and proud to say that our very own CTBob and Spazeboy are now men of GQ! If you haven't read the article on the primary campaign between Lieberman and Lamont,here it is. If you want a quick and easy way to send this to your friends and family, click here. And here's updated commentary on the NYTimes political blog about Lieberman and Danger!Stein lying about talking to Al Sharpton.

WE NEED YOUR VOTE -- before November. Russ Feingold's Progressive Patriot's Fund is having a vote to see which Senate challenger they will support with fundraising. Click here and make Ned the winner! You can easily send family and friends the message to vote for Ned here.

Ned's campaign has set a new goal for fundraising by the end of the month, which is the end of the reporting period. Here's what Ned said about financial support for his campaign:
There's another subject I'd like to address in this email: Why am I asking for your small-dollar contributions when I've enjoyed so much success as a small-business guy? It's a fair question. First of all, it's not about the dollar amount ... it's about your voice.

Since May, Senator Lieberman's campaign has attempted to label me as someone trying to buy a Senate seat. But he willfully ignores the tens of thousands of small dollar contributions we've received from retirees, students and the working men and women of America. Your contribution helps us to fight back against their line of attack. More importantly,it signals your desire to change the course from the status quo in Washington D.C. and in Iraq.

That's why your $15, $25 and $50 contributions are so important. Will you add your voice to hundreds of others today?
You can click here to contribute through the campaign site, or better yet, donate through our sailboat on the right side of this page. To invite friends and family to get on board, click here.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Kirby, I heard in a Howie Klein thread that bloggers for Chris Murphy's District are trying hard to raise money to put the Rickie Lee Jones "have you had enough" commercial on the air. Considering Johnson is slamming the airwaves with her nasty disinformative commercials and big bucks, I am wondering if there is some way we could all help.