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Monday, July 14, 2008

The GOP's latest fundraising gambit

I got this e-mail from the Republicans...

Yeah, like they'd really want my input on developing a platform (eye roll)

Dear Mark,

The Republican Party has taken great strides to create the most grassroots-driven, platform-development effort in the history of American politics by launching the first ever online Platform.

We want to hear from you! Use the site to weigh in on important issues, submit video ideas, participate in interactive polls, and invite your friends and family to join in the discussion. Our goal is to gain more public input into this platform than any other in American history, and you can help make that happen.

To get started, visit the 2008 Republican Platform Committee and create your personal, password-protected account to keep up with your posts and suggestions.

We welcome your passion and your ideals, we want your policy ideas and your insights, and we hope you will commit to building our Party and creating a brighter future.

Don't miss this exciting opportunity to take part in the development of the 2008 Republican Party Platform.

Your participation is a testament to the positive outlook of our Party and the exciting possibilities that the Internet brings to our democracy.

Thank you for taking part in this exciting endeavor,

Robert M. "Mike" Duncan
Chairman, Republican National Committee

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