Saturday, October 18, 2008

Fwd: Joe the Plumber spoke for us all

This so spoke to what I believe.


Dear Eric,

Wednesday night's debate introduced America to "Joe the Plumber." While Joe is an actual person who is working hard to make ends meet, he represents more than just being a plumber.

"Joe" represents a fundamental difference between what we believe as Republicans and what Democrats want for our country.

When Joe asked Barack Obama about how he was going to have his taxes raised under Obama's Tax Plan, Senator Obama responded: "I think when you spread the wealth around, it's good for everybody."

I think Joe responded for all of us when he said: "It's not right for someone to decide you made too much---that you've done too good and now we're going to take some of it back."

Simply put, Barack Obama believes Americans should pay more taxes to pay for more liberal programs. Obama believes we should take more money from hard working Americans like you to pay for programs supported by the liberal left wing of his party.

It's outrageous, and no wonder Joe said that Obama's Tax Plan "infuriates me." We should all be infuriated!

Democrats are already planning a victory Party that you and I know is premature. They are celebrating the possibility of having liberals in control of the White House, the Senate and the House.

If this happens, they will take more of our hard earned money and "spread the wealth around" as Barack Obama told Joe the Plumber.

Eric, we cannot let this happen and that is why your immediate contribution to the Republican Party's Campaign for Victory is urgently needed.

Please click here now to give $100, $75, $50 or whatever you can afford. If Barack Obama is elected President and Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi are running Congress, all hard working Americans will be paying more in taxes to support their liberal government programs.

Election Day is fast approaching and now is the time to give generously to help us elect conservative Republicans who can stop this liberal trifecta takeover of our government. Please contribute today by clicking here now.


Tom Cole, M.C.

P.S. Eric, remember, the Republican Party's Campaign for Victory receives a three-to-one match on all contributions we receive making your contribution of $100 today turn into $400, $50 turn into $200 and $25 into a $100. You can contribute by clicking here now. Thank you for supporting our Republican candidates.

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Eric Standlee

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