I received this in an email.
I used the comment box to let them know this:
[b]Before I pledge my support to your election ticket,I need to know if you will allow the AWB to sunset and continue to support the second ammendment to the US Constitution.[/b]
If enough people let them know that our RKBA is as important than the economy,Medicare,etc [b]maybe[/b] they will pay more attention to the issue.
June 26, 2003
Last month, President Bush wrote you asking if you would support his reelection. Today, I write to ask you to play a special role in Bush-Cheney '04.
The President and I would be honored if you would become a Charter Member of Bush-Cheney '04 and would serve as one of our first key grassroots leaders in Honeoye Falls, New York?
Will you take a moment to let us know if you will be a part of our campaign by making your most generous contribution of $100, $500 or even $1000 today at www.GeorgeWBush.com/CharterMember/?
The 2004 election could be very close and, as the President told you in his letter, the outcome will be determined by the strength of our grassroots effort to convince people to support our ticket and then get them out to vote.
That is why President Bush and I are relying on grassroots leaders like you, Ed, who can help our efforts in Honeoye Falls, New York and across the nation.
Your support is especially critical over the next few months, as President Bush must devote his energies to his duties -- fighting the war on terrorism, continuing to strengthen our economy, reforming education, and working for Medicare reform and prescription drugs for our seniors.
When President Bush was elected, he came to office determined to bring dignity and honor to the White House and to change the tone in Washington.
In the face of enormous challenges, the President has made good on both goals. We've worked with Congress to pass tax cuts that are vital to economic growth, a major education reform package, important strengthening of our armed forces and our intelligence capabilities, and vital upgrades in our homeland defenses.
It's a good start, but there is much more to be done. That is why the President is running for reelection. President Bush is a man who finishes what he starts.
Abroad that means working for peace, opportunity and stability around the world. We've had important victories in the war on terrorism but there is still an urgent need to confront the terrorists where they hide and to protect America by bringing them to justice.
On the home front, our goal is to strengthen the economy so everyone can fully participate in the American dream.
To do this, our goal must be to make it possible for every American to own a home, own their own health and retirement plan and, if they want, to own a business.
Our goal must be to focus on results in our schools so that every child learns to read.
Our goal must be to strengthen Medicare and healthcare so patients and doctors -- not lawyers and bureaucrats -- are in charge.
Our goal must be to create the environment in which risk takers and entrepreneurs create more jobs. That means tax cuts to leave more money in the hands of the people who earn it and spending discipline in Washington, D.C.
I believe we can accomplish these goals by reaching out to the American people and working together on the critical issues facing our nation.
But first, we must nominate and reelect the President and put this man of integrity and honor back in the White House for another four years.
Will you help do that, Ed, by playing a key role in our campaign by making your most generous contribution of $100, $500 or even $1000 today at www.GeorgeWBush.com/CharterMember/?
Your grassroots support of President Bush and me in the 2000 campaign and for other Republican candidates for many years marks you as a leader.
We hope you will become a Charter Member of Bush-Cheney '04 today and join us as an early, key grassroots leader in Honeoye Falls, New York.
It has been an honor to serve this great nation and this great President. I have been privileged to see George W. Bush -- our President -- as few others have. I have watched him face difficult situations almost daily with a calm inner strength, a steely resolve, and a clarity of purpose.
Our nation needs George W. Bush as President for four more years.
P.S. Your early support with a contribution today at www.GeorgeWBush.com/CharterMember/ will lay the groundwork to help us win in 2004. Thank you.
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