Well if you can't make it and want a freeping opportunity click on the link to see what's happening in your area
(From an E-mail I got..yes i'm on several of these lists. always nice to know what the moonbats are up to)
We have just six weeks until Election Day. I don't need to tell you how much is at stake this year - from our stagnating economy to the mess in Iraq to our growing health care crisis - so there is no excuse for you not to be involved.
That is why this Saturday, September 30th, America Votes, a coalition of the largest progressive organizations in the country, is coordinating a National Day of Action.
Please join us as we work in key states to make a difference and bring more voters to the polls.
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Be a part of history and join the legion of activists who will knock on doors, make phone calls, register voters, and organize the vote in 2006.
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ROTFLOL! What economy are they talking about?
DOW PASSES ALL-TIME HIGH
At 9:39AM ET: 11,724.46 35.22
Gas is now around $2.00/gallon
Sales of New Homes Jump in August
I MUST be blind.....where is this "stagnating economy" of which they speak?
"The blood has been spilled in Iraq of more than 4,000 foreigners who came to fight,"
Link to article!
Now what were they saying about the "mess in Iraq"?
I'm curious about the "stagnant economy" referred to in the dingbat's e-mail. The DOW is at an historic high, the housing market is starting up again, gas has dropped in price, and, in Iraq, the latest from the terrorists is that they're losing steam. It all sounds like good news to me.