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Some choices are big, others are small, but every choice you make determines your future.

The choice I'm asking you to make in the next 15 hours is simple: do something, or do nothing.

I believe with all my heart that doing nothing is a mistake. Choosing to do nothing means that you could wake up on November 7 wishing you had done more.

That's why you should choose to donate $X before the FEC deadline in just 15 hours. Choose President Obama, choose a Democratic Senate, and choose to give $X because you are willing to fight for this.

You see, if enough of us choose to do nothing, we'll end up with leaders who believe in leaving others behind once they've tasted success, who would cut programs for kids and the poor to give upper income folks a tax break, and who would disenfranchise voters because their chances to win are harmed if everyone has a say.

Choosing to do nothing could mean a victory for the other side, who want Mitt Romney and the far-right to become the leaders of our country.

Don't walk away from this challenge. Fight the good fight today: [url]

Bill Clinton

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Subject: I'm asking

From: info@dscc.org

Sent: Sept. 30, 2012, 9:10 a.m.




Some choices are big, others are small, but every choice you make determines your future.

The choice I'm asking you to make in the next 15 hours is simple: do something, or do nothing.

I believe with all my heart that doing nothing is a mistake. Choosing to do nothing means that you could wake up on November 7 wishing you had done more.

That's why you should choose to donate $X before the FEC deadline in just 15 hours. Choose President Obama, choose a Democratic Senate, and choose to give $X because you are willing to fight for this.

You see, if enough of us choose to do nothing, we'll end up with leaders who believe in leaving others behind once they've tasted success, who would cut programs for kids and the poor to give upper income folks a tax break, and who would disenfranchise voters because their chances to win are harmed if everyone has a say.

Choosing to do nothing could mean a victory for the other side, who want Mitt Romney and the far-right to become the leaders of our country.

Don't walk away from this challenge. Fight the good fight today: [url]

Bill Clinton

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.