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Roger — If Republicans take over the White House and Senate, yesterday's health care repeal vote by House Republicans won't be a farce.

They'll be unstoppable. They'll tear apart Obamacare and every piece of President Obama's agenda.

Mitt Romney just outraised President Obama for the second straight month, and progressive Senate candidates are being outspent 3-to-1. If we don't act today -- not tomorrow -- we let them win in November. Can you pitch in $5?

Guy Cecil DSCC Executive Director

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Subject: Farce

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Sent: July 12, 2012, 5:31 a.m.


Roger — If Republicans take over the White House and Senate, yesterday's health care repeal vote by House Republicans won't be a farce.

They'll be unstoppable. They'll tear apart Obamacare and every piece of President Obama's agenda.

Mitt Romney just outraised President Obama for the second straight month, and progressive Senate candidates are being outspent 3-to-1. If we don't act today -- not tomorrow -- we let them win in November. Can you pitch in $5?

Guy Cecil DSCC Executive Director

  Paid for by the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, dscc.org, and not authorized by any candidate or candidate's committee. This message was sent to [email]. To unsubscribe from the DSCC's email list, please click here. You can also send a reply to this message with "unsubscribe" in the subject line.