Thursday, August 28, 2008

BULLETIN: HELPING JOHN MCCAIN WIN

In the "NoBama" effort, we are getting a tremendous number of requests (thousands!) from people, especially disaffected Democrats, who want to help John McCain -- and need to know what to do next.

Bloggers should consider reprinting this on their own sites. I'm asking everyone to join Clintons4McCain, NoBama Mission, and RealDemocratsUSA (all pro-McCain). If they want, people should e-mail me (at TalkTop65@aol.com ), and I promise to provide specific information within 24 hours of whom to contact and what to do. Please provide your state and the nearest city. You are very much wanted and appreciated.

Also helpful: on http://johnmccain.com, there is a link for volunteers in the Citizens for McCain effort. Kathy Morrison's sites are very useful, including: http://purplepeoplevote.blogspot.com and http://mccainbloggerresources.blogspot.com. If you're a blogger and want to join NoBama Mission Bloggers (and get USEFUL material on blog tactics), e-mail me at: TalkTop65@aol.com.

If you e-mail, I will get back to you within a reasonable period of time.

In the meantime, the best thing you can do is to write e-mails to friends, family, and associates. Communicate your support for Sen. John McCain. You don't have to give a lot of reasons for your backing McCain -- one or two will do. Let them know they're not alone.

You might emphasize McCain's experience and, if you were a Hillary backer, highlight Mrs. Clinton's statement that she and McCain had "a lifetime of experience" and BHO had only "a speech he delivered in 2002." You can also use President Clinton's statement that John McCain "has given everything he could to his country -- except his life."

Frankly, John McCain is an authentic American hero -- and Barack Obama is a classic Chicago politician. 'Nough said.

If you want hard-hitting material on the election, keep visting this site. Also, go to http://talkstraight.org, which is devoted to separating fact from fiction.

We intend to win this election, but we can't do it without your help. Thanks -- and God bless.

3 comments:

Kevin said...

I'd like to go ahead and promote my blog here too. I'm definitely anti-Obama, but i'm not completely sold on McCain...I was a supporter of Hillary. I try to be neutral, and infuse humor into my blog.

www.kevinisranting.blogspot.com

unmitigatedword said...

Tragic.

JeffT said...

It is really tragic to see such childish and ill-informed comments all in once place. You people are the biggest group of infants I've ever seen. If you think McCain is the next best choice to Hillary you obviously have no understanding of the issues or the candidates. The difference between Obama and Hillary is virtually nothing. Get over your whine-fest and vote responsibly.