More E-Mail From Some Flounder

(Tip o’ the pixel to Rocky & Bullwinkle, as alway)

Yesterday the hardworking staff got e-mail from the Romney campaign (Win a seat on our campaign bus!) and the Obama campaign (Give us a shoutout on the healthcare win!).

Today it’s the Romneyites looking for a healthcare shoutout . . .


On Thursday, the Supreme Court upheld Obamacare. This means to repeal Obamacare we need to replace Barack Obama. We’ve got 129 days until Election Day and every one of them has to count if we want to see Mitt Romney turn this country around.

That starts with an important fundraising deadline tonight at midnight. Help make today count.

Donate $10 or more to put a stop to the failed policies of Barack Obama:

Thanks for standing with Mitt.

Matt Rhoades

. . . and the Obamanauts  inviting us onto the bus:

Friend —

Our family has spent more than a few days on the campaign trail.

We’ve had lots of card games, laughs, and fun family moments on that campaign bus.

Barack is hitting the road again next week, and he’s saving two seats on the bus for a supporter and their guest. We’ll pick the lucky winner in just a few hours.

So make a donation before the big fundraising deadline tonight, and you’ll be automatically entered to join Barack on the road.

The girls and I miss Barack when we’re not on the road with him. But I know he’s looking forward to hanging out with you — so I’ll let you take my seat this time.

Pitch in what you can before tonight’s critical fundraising deadline to be automatically entered to spend some time with Barack on the road:

Thanks, and good luck.

– Michelle

We think we’ll just sit here with our mouth shut.

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4 Responses to More E-Mail From Some Flounder

  1. Curmudgeon says:

    I guess that on the bus is better than under it.

  2. So, according to Matt Rhoades, I’m supposed to donate $10 to Mitt Romney to stop an Obama policy that I gave $10 to Shannon O’Brien to, to stop Mitt Romney from getting a chance to start?

    I’m confused. Politics is confusing. Can we have chart or something? This is worse than Ivanhoe.

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