Apparently, Rick Weiland sent a message out this morning via e-mail blast. And the message was “send him money, despite being crushed in the election several months ago.”
Haven’t we seen someone else do the desperate “send me money after the election letter” recently? Because Rick’s appeal does seem very “Bosworthian.”
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From: Rick Weiland <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Thu, Jan 15, 2015 at 8:04 AM
Subject: We Sent a Message
The U.S. Senate advanced legislation on Monday night to approve the Keystone XL pipeline and begin debate on the bill, by a vote of 63 to 32. The House passed the bill last week by a vote of 266 to 153. The final vote on the bill is expected to come in the last of week of January, so time is running out.
Nearly 1,600 people, in a matter of a just a few hours, agreed that building the Keystone pipeline is more about “big oil” and their “big money” influence over our Congress and elected leaders than it is about jobs or energy security, and signed our petition. You can view the signatures by clicking the button below:
Because of your support, our petition has been sent to President Obama, Senators McConnell and Reid, Speaker Boehner and Congresswoman Pelosi urging them to consider all the facts and environmental impacts of the Keystone XL pipeline.
We are continuing to make South Dakota a demonstration project and a nationwide beacon for the fight against big money. Thank you for your standing up and for your help at this critical time.
Paid for by People for Rick Weiland
People for Rick Weiland
PO Box 1488
Sioux Falls SD 57105 United States