Thursday, September 23, 2004

Kerry Channelling Neil?!

YT gets mail from Hillary. Okay, it's spam, and correct me if I'm wrong, but I think Neil Young's music is influencing the Kerry campaign. And that's a good thing! YT posts. You decide:
Dear Capitola:

Let's show them what we're made of. The Bush campaign and the Republican Party strategists are betting that we Democrats aren't tough or committed enough to help our candidates drive through to victory. Maybe they won't understand it until they're packing their bags in November. But you and I know it now.

We're running a "we won't be denied" campaign and we will not yield an inch -- especially not now, when everything is on the line. September 30 -- just seven days away -- is a crucial end-of-the-month deadline. It's the point at which the Democratic Party must make critical decisions, allocating resources for the final month of our drive to elect John Kerry, John Edwards and other Democratic candidates.

It's a simple equation. The more resources we have, the harder we can compete, and the stronger our chances of victory will be in the most important election of our lifetime.

To defeat George W. Bush and win other pivotal contests, the next seven days have to be something special. Let's do it. Let's send wave after wave of donations pouring into Democratic Party headquarters between now and September 30, starting right now -- starting with you acting this very minute.

All through October, we'll see a fast-paced flurry of activity as Election Day closes in. It's absolutely essential that we give our spirited, full-fledged support to John Kerry and other candidates locked in tough races against well-funded and highly-motivated opponents. To win, we've got to go toe-to-toe with George W. Bush and the Republican Party every step of the way.

Don't yield an inch.

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We're in a tight race with everything we care about on the line. Let's act with the passion and urgency called for by this amazing moment in the life of our nation.

On to victory,

Hillary Rodham Clinton

You heard the woman, Don't be Denied.

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