Obama Asks for Calls, then Money
1:42 PM, Dec 10, 2012 • By DANIEL HALPER
Barack Obama's reelection campaign sent an email today asking supporters to call Congress to help gather support for the president's "fiscal cliff" proposal. Then, the campaign asks supporters to donate--even though the election ended over a month ago.
"We know we can affect change in Washington when we raise our voices together. So pick up the phone and make a few calls. Republicans in the House need to hear from their constituents. You can help," writes former deputy campaign manager Stephanie Cutter in the email. The email includes a link so that supporters can phone bank on their own from home or where ever.
Following the link, then making some calls, will lead to a screen that asks for user feedback. It looks like a survey of supporters:
And then ... the Obama campaign asks for money:
The endless campaign continues.
Via Jeryl Bier, who writes, "If only the president were as concerned about the country's finances as he is about his campaign's."
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