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Wisconsin Democrats Angry With DNC—Sample Letter One Can Send When Asked For Contribution

June 13, 2012

There is plenty of reasons to have disparaging words for the Democratic National Committee (DNC) following the hollow and limp-wristed efforts that were employed for the recall election of Scott Walker.

But what can be done to those who did not stand with Wisconsin Democrats when we needed them?

This week a friend sent me his reply that was mailed back in a DNC envelope, an envelope which had accompanied a request for a campaign contribution.

You have got to be kidding me! You hang out democrats in Wisconsin to dry while we’re fighting to recall the most anti-worker anti-labor governor in the country and now you ask for a contribution!? 

The Republicans and their fat cats at least recognized the importance of the fight outspending our side 8 to 1, and the day after the election were pointing to it as a great victory. I’m not a highly paid political consultant, but I could foretell that result. Instead of going down with a fight the national Dems including OBAMA and BIDEN were MIA. 

Meanwhile, our former “Democratic” Governor, Diamond Jim Doyle said no big deal if Walker gets recalled. BEFORE THE ELECTION!!! Apparently maneuvering for the Ambassadorship to the Vatican. 

The deputy director of OFA says no big deal if the recall succeeds. BEFORE THE ELECTION! 

No money from the DNC! 

Debbie Wasserman Schultz shows up a few days before the election to talk to a few volunteers in Racine. 

Grr!!! 

She said: “I think, honestly, there aren’t going to be any repercussions,” Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-Fla.) said in a broad-ranging interview on C-SPAN’s “Newsmakers.” 

Way to fire up the troops BEFORE THE ELECTION Debbie!!! Were you a psychology major??? I CAN TELL YOU THERE ARE REPERCUSSIONS IN WISCONSIN FOR THE NEXT 2 ½ YEARS!!! 

And I should send money to the DNC? I’d rather compost it. At least something might grow from it.

5 Comments
  1. June 13, 2012 7:19 PM

    Common Cents,

    There you go again–throwing facts around…..

  2. CommonCents permalink
    June 13, 2012 7:11 PM

    Ferrell Gummitt is incorrect when he states, “Obama has never tasted defeat”.

    In 2000, when he challenged U.S. Rep. Bobby Rush, a former Black Panther and Chicago alderman, Obama got just 31 percent of the vote to Rush’s 62 percent in a three-way primary.

    http://www.usatoday.com/news/politics/2007-10-24-3157940059_x.htm

  3. June 13, 2012 4:50 PM

    The reason he didn’t stop is that he knew that the recall would be defeated and didn’t want to be associated with another defeat.

    If he were half a leader he would of and should of showed up and said something to the effect “We need to learn from this, licks our wounds and come back fighting another day”

    But no Obama has never tasted defeat and when you have never experienced defeat at any level, all you want to do feel the victory and run under a rock when you are going down.

    Obama has never been leader he is a propped up media creation of Oprah Winfrey, MSNBC, CNN, ABC, CBC and NBC.

    Obama is going to get choomed in November.

  4. windy33 permalink
    June 13, 2012 2:35 PM

    i did the same thing when i got some mail to help obama and contribute. i wrote on the card. I AM SENDING YOU MY CONTRIBUTION TO MATCH YOURS FOR WISCONSIN. ZERO AND MAILED IT BACK

  5. Dave permalink
    June 13, 2012 1:17 PM

    I just did the same a few weeks ago when I was called by the national dems for $$$$. They began their spiel about the need to help Obama and ended their script reading with an appeal for $500.00!

    I told them that $500.00 would pay for so much more if I spent it here in Dane County on say….um….lattes and scones at locally-owned establishments. Then I said that that was a joke and I would spend my $500.00 on laboratory analyses for toxic chemicals contaminating our local waterways; Starkweather and Penito creeks would be a great place to start.

    Then I hung up and signed up for DATCP’s “no-call” list for 2012/2013.

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