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Saturday, December 13, 2003


They did it to Max Cleland; Now we can't let us do it to ourselves

posted by Matt Singer at Saturday, December 13, 2003 permalink View blog reactions
As you've heard by now, a secretive Democratic group is attacking Dean and using the specter of Osama bin Laden to scare them. Now, the Dean campaign is asking for money to respond.

Frankly, this is as bad as it gets. This people make the DLC look like uniters. The organization behind it is Americans for Jobs, Healthcare, and Progress, which is composed of former Kerry and Gephardt staffers.

Good Democrats everywhere need to condemn this.

Contribute to the Dean campaign so they can respond.

Give the Americans for Jobs, Healthcare, and Progress a piece of your mind:
12700 Lave Avenue
Suite 1607
Lakewood, OH 44107

Also, let the Gephardt and Kerry campaigns know that they need to repudiate their former staff.
I've got to run, petition to get Dean on the ballot, but please spread this contact info.


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