Wednesday, April 25, 2007

It's time to play offense

The Democratic Party

Dear automat,

Rudy Giuliani should be ashamed.

The former New York City Mayor is politicizing September 11th in his 2008 presidential bid. Here's what he said at a recent campaign stop in New Hampshire:

"If a Democrat is elected president in 2008, America will be at risk for another terrorist attack on the scale of Sept. 11, 2001... Never ever again will this country ever be on defense waiting for (terrorists) to attack us if I have anything to say about it. And make no mistake, the Democrats want to put us back on defense!"

I won't let this wannabe Republican nominee get away with remarks like these. Send a message to Rudy's campaign headquarters and tell him to stop politicizing 9/11:

http://www.democrats.org/TellGiuliani

More than anyone, Rudy should understand the offensive meaning behind his remarks. When he stood at ground zero that tragic day, there weren't any Republicans or Democrats -- only Americans.

After trying to convince everyone that he was "America's Mayor," he now shows this sort of "leadership."

I will not sit quietly while he takes the fallen heroes of September 11, 2001 to the campaign trail with him. It might win over the Republican Party, but it won't win over the American people.

Rudy should know better.

Join me and send a message to Rudy's headquarters and tell him that our country deserves better from a presidential candidate:

http://www.democrats.org/TellGiuliani

President Bush, not the Democratic Party, failed our country by never capturing the true culprit of the 9/11 attacks: Osama bin Laden.

Now, Rudy thinks he can take a page from President Bush and Dick Cheney's playbook, using fearmongering to gin up support. The American people didn't buy this sort of garbage in the 2006 midterm elections, and they're not going to buy it in 2008.

Show Rudy -- and all Americans -- that the Democratic Party won't stand for this sort of attack. We're delivering this petition personally to the Giuliani for President campaign headquarters, so give Rudy a piece of your mind.

Demand an apology now:

http://www.democrats.org/TellGiuliani

Sincerely,

Gov. Howard Dean, M.D.




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Thursday, April 19, 2007

Your Turn

The Democratic Party
50 State Canvass

Dear automat,

It's time to get down to work.

The Democratic majority here in Washington is busy cleaning up six years of failed leadership by the Bush Administration -- from hearings on the U.S. Attorney firing scandal, to finalizing an Iraq War supplemental funding bill with real accountability.

We're doing the work the American people demanded when they showed up to the polls last November. Now we need your help.

Sign up to attend a canvassing event on April 28th to help get the word out:

http://www.democrats.org/50StateCanvass

We have a lot to be proud of in the first four months of the new Congress. The American people are beginning to see what a government that puts their concerns first -- not those of special interests or corporate elite -- can do.

That message has taken center stage in Washington as the Democratic Congress faces a showdown with President Bush to begin withdrawing troops from Iraq. As Senator Reid explains:

Congress will send President Bush a bill that gives our troops the resources they need and a strategy in Iraq worthy of their sacrifices. If the President vetoes this bill he will have delayed funding for troops and kept in place a strategy that neither our troops nor the American people can afford any longer.

This is the job that we were elected to do, and it's the job that a Democratic president will continue after 2008. By knocking on doors in your community next week, you can make sure that happens.

Visit the Democratic Party's website, and find a 50-State Canvass event in your hometown:

http://www.democrats.org/50StateCanvass

Thousands of Democrats participated in our first 50-State Canvass. As one organizer in Pennsylvania reported:

Everyone was excited that the Democrats have a plan to take back our neighborhoods. Many came back after a canvass to get more doorhangers. It was a great day for Democrats.

More from New Hampshire:

What we learned is that we can do this! The people we talked to were glad to see us, and to know that we are active in the community, working for them. We will be encouraging everyone to visit their neighbors and let them know that we would love to have them join us!

Now it's your turn. Take a moment to look for one in your area or set up a new one and spread the word.

http://www.democrats.org/50StateCanvass

Sincerely,

Gov. Howard Dean




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