Monday, October 23, 2006
George Pataki joins those trying to convince me Democrats are liberal and organized
Just a few highlights:
It only takes a few people stepping forward in any situation to make a difference. Today, you can be one of those people.
In 2004, fewer than 36,000 votes spread across just three states--an amount you could fit into a baseball stadium and have plenty of room to spare--decided the presidential election in favor of President Bush.
A few questions:
- When did it become common to end the salutation of a business letter with just a comma?
- Who were they?
- How well do they sleep at night?, and finally,
- Why has this been called a "mandate" for the past nearly-two years?
This year's elections will be just as close. So when RNC Chairman Ken Mehlman asked me to help make sure our Party's Get-Out-The-Vote programs are fully funded, I jumped at the chance.
That's why the e-mail is dated October 22nd.
If we fail to win, liberal Democrats will take over every committee in Congress and undo everything President Bush and the GOP Congress have accomplished -- including rolling back the landmark tax cuts and reducing our commitment to winning the War against Terror.
- Does anyone believe there are enough "liberal Democrats" in Congress to take over every committee?
- If the Democrats plan to do something like that, why didn't they before (via the L&T Shakes)?, and
- Why doesn't this note mention a fear that they might investigate the Administration? Maybe because they know that the majority of voters think of impeachment as a priority?
The RNC is implementing an aggressive campaign strategy to contact, identify and turn out every GOP voter.
So I see. But clearly they're at the bottom of the barrel for people to sign off on that strategy.