The Cat Killer and Empty Wig want to raise $50K this month
I got an email from these two losers asking for dough; how did I get on the National Repug Senatorial Campaign mailing list? (Frist graphic from BlogActive.)
Lest you think the “nuclear option” is off the table, James Dobson’s hand puppet and Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist is helping surgically-smoothed Tar Heel Senator Elizabeth Dole pass the hat to support the Reich’s efforts to appoint Bush wingnuts to the court. The uptight fundamentalist wingnut’s email is a tired-sounding appeal to online Repugs for their pocket change.
…As Senate Majority Leader, I want to assure you that, if the Democrat’s campaign of judicial obstruction resumes, I will not hesitate to use the Constitutional Option. We must ensure that President Bush’s qualified judicial nominees get the up-or-down votes they deserve.
That’s why we need to counter the Democrat’s attacks and misinformation – including the multi-state, multi-million dollar advertising by liberal special interest groups like Moveon.org and People for the American Way. I have asked the NRSC to spearhead Republican efforts to support President Bush’s judicial nominees as we bring them to the floor of the Senate for fair up-or-down votes.
To prepare for these battles, NRSC Chair Senator Elizabeth Dole has set a goal of raising $50,000 for the month of June from fellow online Republicans. This money is essential to our efforts to fight back against the obstruction of Senate Democrats, led by Harry Reid, Dick Durbin, Chuck Schumer, and John Kerry.
And so I urge you to support the NRSC immediately with a contribution of $25, $50, $75 or even $100. To make a contribution, please click here.
…June will be a defining month for President Bush and the Republican Senate Majority. I have asked the NRSC to be prepared to support President Bush’s nominee if there is an appointment to the Supreme Court. We must be prepared to support the President’s nominee to the Supreme Court should a vacancy open. I am counting on you to help the NRSC prepare for what is likely to be one of the toughest and most consequential debates in recent memory.
Help us deliver on the principle of up-or-down votes for the President’s judicial nominees.
Our need is urgent and our cause is just.
Bill Frist, M.D.
Senate Majority Leader