Monday, July 30, 2007

Send a Message to Gonzales ... and Some Cash to Us!

The John Edwards campaign is nothing if not shameless, and the latest missive from this oily outfit comes from the loathsome Joe Trippi.
Today, we need your help to send a message to insiders like George Bush's Attorney General Alberto Gonzales who have no respect for the rule of law, our rights and freedoms, or the Constitution.

Gonzales, the man who helped enable torture at Abu Ghraib, Guantanamo, and illegal spying on Americans, is now facing a possible perjury investigation for lying to Congress.

President Bush may be incapable of admitting when he makes a mistake (yes, too many to count) -- but you and I and the American people still have the power to tell Gonzales that it is time to go!
I had no idea Gonzales was involved in "torturing" anyone at Abu Ghraib or Club Gitmo, but what's a little truth stretching when you're a pathetic snake-oil salesman?

It goes on and on about defending the Constitution, blah blah blah, with some clearly uninteded irony.
But here's the best part?with your help, we can send Gonzales a really BIG message.

If we gather over 25,000 signatures online, we're not just going to mail them.

We're going to put them at the bottom of the largest copy of the Constitution you have ever seen, and deliver it straight to Gonzales' office at the Robert F. Kennedy Justice Department building in Washington, D.C..
Would that be the same Robert F. Kennedy who wiretapped Martin Luther King?

Why yes, it is! Talk about trashing the Constitution.

I guess you could say a pitiful hack like Joe Trippi is one of those people who like to make up their own history while ignoring the past.

What a dope.

Of course, this urgent call to action comes with a P.S. in the form of a campaign contribution.
P.S. - This grassroots movement to change America depends on your support, so contribute today?even a small contribution?and help John Edwards and our campaign fight for the kind of change you and America deserve.
Also at Fishwrap.

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