Obama wants to get “stuff done”

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President Obama went on television recently and talked about the importance of his Democrat voters turning out to vote in this important election. He said that this election matters so much, because they can “have two years where we can get a whole bunch of stuff done.” Do you want President Obama to have a U.S. Senate that will help him “get stuff done”? For the past six years, Obama and his Senate Democrats have limited our freedom, expanded big government, taken over our health care and raised taxes. He wants to get more of THAT stuff done. Republicans need to earn the votes of more Americans that will win us the six seats needed to take back the Senate. A Republican majority in the House and Senate will get the American people’s work done and put a stop Obama’s radical agenda. We have the momentum. Republicans hold a “7-percentage-point advantage in voter confidence in finding the right solutions to fix the country’s problems.” And we’re pulling ahead in the polls. Your online contribution today will be matched by a dedicated group of donors — every $24 you contribute will become $48 towards our cause. Contribute today and double your impact.

Thanks,
Sarah Isgur Flores
RNC Deputy Communications Director

Republican supporters like you play an active role in helping the RNC provide the resources and tools our candidates need to run winning campaigns

Buffalo Bills v Houston TexansI don’t know what your guilty pleasures are in life, but one of mine is socks.

I’m a self-proclaimed sock man. The louder, the brighter, the crazier the pattern — the better! It’s usually the first thing people notice I’m wearing whenever I’m out in public and that’s the way I like it.

So when Chairman Reince Priebus asked me to write to you on behalf of the Republican National Committee (RNC), I told him I’d be happy to do it. But on one condition: my letter to you had to involve socks.

I’m proud to say the RNC has commissioned a limited-edition pair of socks in my honor. Embroidered with the Republican elephant and my signature on them, they’re sure to get you noticed.

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Last nights Republican rebuttal from Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers

I was humbled and honored to give the Republican rebuttal last night after President Obama’s State of the Union address. Republicans have a bold vision – one that empowers the American people and doesn’t limit where you finish because of where you started.

Like you, I believe we shouldn’t spend more than we have. Republicans continue to prioritize important programs while cutting wasteful spending. Meanwhile, Obama and the Democrats continue to recklessly spend, raking in record levels of debt and deficits, and saddling you with $54,383 in debt. As a mom to three small children, I know how tough life has been for families in the Obama Economy. Our Republican policies aim to make life easier for you and your family. It shouldn’t be a struggle to put food on the table, gas in the car and money in savings.

Under Obama, gas prices have risen to $3.38 per gallon and the average family’s health insurance premiums have increased by $3,671. It’s not fair — and it’s not what Obama promised you. It’s unfair — and it’s frightening to think about what else is in store.

Last night, President Obama declared this year a year of action and has committed any and all means necessary to ram through his liberal agenda – including circumventing Congress. We need a strong Republican majority in Congress to keep Obama in check and to get our nation’s house in order.

If you’re fed up too, pitch in $16 right now to stop President Obama and his reckless liberal agenda.

Thanks,
Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers
Chair, House Republican Conference

I’m fed up with Obama

GOPAfter listening to President Obama’s State of the Union address, I’m fed up. I’m fed up with his empty promises, I’m fed up with his lies and I’m fed up with his liberal agenda. Are you?America can’t afford more spending, more debt and more government intrusion in our lives.

If you’re fed up too, pitch in $16 right now to stop President Obama and his reckless liberal agenda.

Thanks,
Mike Shields
RNC Chief of Staff

P.S. Trust me, taking action will make you feel better.

The 2016 battle for the White House has already begun

GOPYou are one of a handful of conservatives whom I have selected to take the confidential 2016 Presidential Straw Poll. The battle for the White House has already begun. That’s why we must start identifying potential nominees right now to lead the party in the 2016 elections. And we need your input.

I need you to take two minutes and fill out our survey to give us your opinion on the potential 2016 Republican candidates.

Thank you,
Sharon Day
RNC Co-Chair

Sad time in America

GOPIt’s a sad time in America when we can’t trust our president… the man we elected and entrusted to represent our best interests. As a mother and grandmother, this especially troubles me. I know all too well that the foundation of all relationships is honesty, trust and respect. Through President Obama’s repeated lies about ObamaCare, this foundation has been fractured. The trust bond has been broken. Obama’s relationship with you, the American people, has been ruined. The sad truth is: Obama knew all along that this is how his socialized health system was designed to work. I want you to know that your Republican Party is working hard to defeat ObamaCare. We’re committed to repairing the damage done by Obama. And we won’t stop fighting until the job is done.

Join our fight to defeat ObamaCare by defeating Democrats in 2014 – contribute $14.

Sharon Day, RNC Co-Chair

Americans will have cast their votes deciding whether conservatives keep control of the House and regain the Senate

It’s officially an election year. Exactly one year from today, Americans will have cast their votes deciding whether conservatives keep control of the House and regain the Senate. In 2012 we lost two of our most important races by less than 800 votes. In Utah’s 4th district, Democrat Jim Matheson won by 768 votes and in North Carolina’s 7th district, Democrat Mike McIntyre won by a mere 654 votes.

These are races we could have won, races where even $10 would have made a difference in.

We can’t let this happen again. Losing races like these again could mean Nancy Pelosi controls the House. Supporters of the NRCC’s Defeat Liberal Democrats Fund are the front line grassroots supporters in this battle. This fund leads the way when it comes to doing battle with Pelosi’s campaign machine.

Will you commit to this election year by contribution $10, $20 or even $40 today?

When a race is decided by 654 votes, every dollar really does count.

Thank you,
Rep. Greg Walden
NRCC Chairman (R-OR)

National debt has doubled from $8.3 trillion to $16.7 trillion with the majority of that growth falling under Obama’s failed leadership

In 2006, then-Senator Obama voted against raising the debt ceiling saying “raising America’s debt limit is a sign of leadership failure.” Today, President Obama is calling on Republicans to do just that without any reforms to fix our nation’s addiction to spending. I’m sure President Obama is hoping you had forgotten his words from 2006. But we didn’t and neither should you. Since 2006, our national debt has doubled from $8.3 trillion to $16.7 trillion with the majority of that growth falling under President Obama’s failed leadership. Today, House Republicans are leading the fight to defeat ObamaCare, rein in runaway spending in Washington, and end the Democrat government shutdown. As conservatives, you and I know we can’t afford to continue down this reckless path. But President Obama and Congressional Democrats don’t want to listen to the truth, so they’re refusing to negotiate. It’s time to speak up. President Obama and Harry Reid can only ignore us if we let them.

Sign our petition today and tell House Republicans to continue to stand strong for our conservative principles.

Sara Armstrong
RNC Chief Operating Officer

Why I Am a new Republican, Louisiana Senator Elbert Guillory

Louisiana Senator Elbert Guillory (R-Opelousas) explains why he recently switched from the Democrat Party to the Republican Party. He discusses the history of the Republican Party, founded as an Abolitionist Movement in 1854. Guillory talks about how the welfare state is only a mechanism for politicians to control the black community.

Stand with Gabriel Gomez

NRSCWe don’t have to wait until 2014 for a major victor

In just three weeks, Republicans have a chance to take a huge step toward replacing Harry Reid with a Republican Senate Majority Leader.

The Massachusetts special election is right around the corner, and Gabriel Gomez needs our help.

Gomez is a business leader and a former Navy Seal who knows what it means to fight for our freedoms. Now he’s fought within inches of a major political upset that could have national implications — which is why liberals have pulled out all the stops.

Gomez is currently facing a massive onslaught of Democratic special interest money. Everyone from President Obama to Harry Reid to a host of Hollywood liberals have pitched in to help defeat Gomez. Now it’s time to fight back.

With a win, we have a chance to set the political tone heading into the 2014 Elections and create a Republican Majority in the U.S. Senate. Please contribute $100, $50, $25 or whatever you can to help us in the fight to take back the Senate.

Your secure contribution will be used to aid the National Republican Senate Committee in these efforts.

Together we can see to it that Gabriel Gomez is the first victory on our drive to a build a better Senate.

Proud to stand,

Marco Rubio

Stand up for your rights!

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Over the last few weeks, we have seen the Obama Administration overreach too many times.

Between the Benghazi falsehoods, shameful IRS investigations, and spying on the media, the Obama Administration has abused the public’s trust. Now more than ever it is important to stand up for the Constitution and Bill of Rights – the very documents that enshrine our rights and protect citizens from overreach by the federal government.

Please make a contribution of $5, $15 or $25 today to help the RNC elect Republicans across the country who will stand up to the arrogance and abuse of power of this President and defend the Constitution.

Make a gift of at least $5 and you will receive a “Don’t Tread On Me” sticker. Display it proudly to help us win the fight to stop the government from infringing on your rights.

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Thank you,

Sharon Day
Co-Chair, Republican National Committee