Thu Jun 13, 2013, 05:51 PM
DesertFlower (9,680 posts)
got this e-mail from anthony weiner today.
I'm the underdog...
Thursday, June 13, 2013 1:23 PM
From:"Anthony Weiner" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
...but that's fine by me.
Nothing worth fighting for is ever easy. Our campaign to keep New York the Middle Class Capital of the world is off to an amazing start. In a few brief weeks of campaigning, we have attracted hundreds of volunteers, crowds of New Yorkers at our whistle stops around the five boroughs, and an undeniable buzz that has lead the political establishment to sit up and take notice.
As I write to you, we are a mere 89 Days away from the Primary and 144 days from Election Day. As Yogi Berra might say, "It's getting late early".
I need your help. I need you to be part of this historic campaign. Can you make a contribution today?
Every dollar means another voter we'll be able to contact. In fact, $35 means we can send a letter to 100 citizens. $100 can get us a television advertisement. And if you are a New York City resident, the New York City campaign finance program matches your contribution 6 to 1. So a $175 contribution nets us $1,050!
Some have said that our campaign is trying to make history. Maybe that's true, but most importantly we are trying to make life better for Middle Class New Yorkers and those struggling to make it.
With your help we will do both!
PS : We are running a campaign of ideas over here. Check out "Keys to the City" by clicking here.
Paid for by Anthony Weiner for Mayor
597 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 10017
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Response to DesertFlower (Original post)
Thu Jun 13, 2013, 06:00 PM
frazzled (11,959 posts)
2. Did you read the (ouch) hit piece on him in the Times today?
It was really rough. Front-page piece, too.
Response to frazzled (Reply #2)
Thu Jun 13, 2013, 06:05 PM
Nye Bevan (16,653 posts)
4. "He sometimes asked aides to call air-traffic control to see if his plane could be moved up..."
"He sometimes asked aides to call air-traffic control to see if his plane could be moved up in the departure order."