Friday, November 2, 2012

Trust Me. It's For Your Own Good

I think the Obama campaign seems to be getting a little bit desperate.  Check out the beg for donations I received via e-mail.
Mr. The Intolerant –
In less than 2 days, we’ll be making our final campaign budget decisions.
With so many crucial states in play, every dollar at his stage could be the difference between four more years of hope or four years of despair.
According to our records associated with this exact email address, you haven’t given to this campaign yet.  I hope you haven't forgotten us.
Don’t let this election come and go without doing your part — donate $5 or more for the final push.

We learned last week that Mitt Romney and the Republicans have $45 million more to spend in the last leg of this campaign.
That’s up to $4 million more per day at their disposal than we have right now. Hope isn't enough. We need your help.  Don't forget us.
Don't forget that Obama cares for you in a very personal way.  According to our records, we have much more information on you than just your e-mail address.  We know where you live and where you work.  We know which supply closet you sneak into for your afternoon nap.  We know the name of the gentlemen’s club you secretly frequent when you claim to be working late and which dancers applied for the restraining orders against you.  We know about that unreported income you ‘forgot’ to claim in 2007. This election may come down to a simple question: Who do you trust with this knowledge?

Don't forget that Obama cares about your children's education. We know where your children go to school, when they depart in the morning and the route they take to get there. 

Don't forget that Obama cares about you and your family's health. We know about little Cordelia’s peanut allergy. We know that grandma is on the waiting list for that new kidney.  Have you also heard the sad truth that dialysis machines tend to often malfunction at the mere prospect of a repeal of Obamacare?

There is no putting it off. I suggest you to get on board before it’s too late. Please donate $5 or more today.  More would be safer.  Because, really, can you put a price on your family’s happiness and well being?
Jim Messina
Campaign Manager