Thursday, October 4, 2012

Re: Mitt Romney lied

You have it wrong.  Yes, Romney lied his way through the evening.  However, it was our candidate Obama, not more than 10 feet away, who was in the best position to call him out.....and he did not.  Obama says that his work day is to "fight for us and the middle class every day".   It appears that he did not take that spirit of fight last night.  He let me and a whole lot of people down last night.  That being said, he is still the best person of the two to be in the White House.  The thought of Mitt Romney in the White House is a very scary thought.  Asking me for $3 to call out Romney's lies is laughable in its concept.   Why don't you tell Obama to up his game first before you come to his supporters for more money?

On Wed, Oct 3, 2012 at 9:17 PM, Ryan Jham <> wrote:

Juan --

On taxes. On Medicare. On Wall Street reform. On Obamacare.

Mitt Romney just went on that debate stage and lied to the American people.

We've got one month until the election. If we don't have the resources to win, America will get Mitt Romney and a Republican Congress.

Will you donate $3 or more right now to call out Republican lies?

It's moments like this that will decide this election. Let's go win this thing.


Ryan Jham
DCCC Rapid Response Director


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