Thursday, January 12, 2006

I'm their man

As God is my witness, I just got this email:

Dear Iggy:

On January 31, President Bush will deliver his State of the Union Address, laying out his bold agenda for the coming year. That evening, thousands of Americans all across the country will come together for State of the Union House Parties. Will you join us by hosting a State of the Union House Party in your home?

We all remember the thousands of Parties for the President held across America during the last Presidential campaign. If you didn't participate in those House Parties and don't really know what a house party is, let me explain. A House Party is a great way to carry the President's message into your community, while having fun with friends old and new. Just go to, sign up, set up your party, and send the invitations - all in five minutes or less. Not sure who to invite? You can use our Web site to invite 5, 10 or 20 Republican volunteers near you. We'll give you all the tools you need to make your party a success.

Hosting a House Party on the 31st is a great opportunity to reconnect with old friends and bring neighbors together as we kick off another year of making history. Get started now.

You've stood strong with President Bush as he has expanded freedom around the world and made America more prosperous. As always, thank you for your support. I hope I can count on you to continue to stand with President Bush by hosting a State of the Union House Party on January 31.


Ken Mehlman
Chairman, Republican National Committee

Obviously, they screen their email list carefully.


Sharon said...

Oh, man, what an opportunity, though! Invite them over and spread a little Liberal cheer!

Iggy said...

I was think that we could have State of the Union party where we took a swig every time he said "terror."

Having MY friends over to watch Bush on TV would mean I'd have to sacrifice the TV to the cause, since being pelted with fruit would do the TV no good whatsoever .

Anonymous said...

Organize a State of the Union watch near you!
Tuesday, January 31, 9 p.m. EST

Anonymous said...

I somehow got on Sen Frist's email list.

I turned him in to AOL for spamming.