Friday, May 24, 2013

• Latest Democrat Email: Republicans 'doctored' emails

Jimmy Z: Getting in President Obama's way has been the top priority for Republicans in Congress since day one. But now they've gone too far.

They've been caught red-handed making up so-called 'scandals' out of thin air to stir up false rumors of vast 'cover-ups' happening in the White House.

Did they find a single shred of evidence to back up their outrageous claims? No.

But rather than let the truth stand in their way, Republicans actually doctored emails between administration officials about Benghazi. Then, they released them to the press, trying to pass them off as real in order to create their scandal. Fortunately, they got caught in the act when the White House released all of the actual emails.

While Republican leaders were focused on stirring up controversy, Michele Bachmann was talking about impeaching President Obama for absolutely no reason, and Republicans in the House voted to repeal Obamacare -- for the 37th time.

That's how they think they should be spending their time and your money.

Make sure the President knows that you stand behind him and his agenda right now -- and that you won't let Republican games distract you from advocating for real change that will benefit all Americans.

Stand with President Obama today -- and send the message to Republicans that it's time to stop playing political games and get back to work for the American people:

Its time for them to do their damn jobs.



Brad Woodhouse
Communications Director
Democratic National Committee

Tuesday, May 14, 2013

• Homosexual Marriage Bridge In Minneapolis

How proud Minnesotans must be:

• Mayor Rybak of Minneapolis Hails Homosexual Sin

Love won in Minnesota yesterday.

I will never forget what it was like to stand in the Minnesota state house and watch as so many men and women who have fought so long and hard for equality saw their home state take a giant step forward.

It's something that should be happening in every state -- not just my own.

Chip in $5 or more today and help elect Democrats who will stand up for marriage equality across the country, just like the ones in Minnesota did yesterday.

Equality shouldn't be a political issue, but unfortunately, the Republican Party has made it one. They keep affirming their opposition to marriage equality, even as an increasingly large majority of Americans are moving forward on this issue.

I'm proud to be a Democrat because our party and our President support the right of same-sex couples to get married. Make no mistake: Marriage equality will be the law here in Minnesota because of the hard work of activists and because it was passed by our Democratic legislature and will be signed by our Democratic governor.

Stand with the Democrats fighting to make sure that everyone has the right to get married, no matter who they are or who they love. Chip in today:

12 down, 38 to go,
Mayor R.T. Rybak