With your help and the help of almost 50,000 other Americans, we at the National Republican Trust PAC — also known as GOPtrust.com — have begun our TV assault in Georgia against Barack Obama and the left-wing Democrats who want total control over Congress.
Our new TV ad has begun to run across Georgia exposing Obama’s plans.
As you know, Republican Senator Saxby Chambliss is fighting to keep his Georgia seat in GOP hands.
It is critical he does so. Chambliss will be the key Senate vote in stopping Obama’s radical agenda.
But Sen. Chambliss faces an incredibly stiff challenge from his opponent Jim Martin.
Just last week Obama, Chuck Schumer and Washington Democrats poured almost $1 million into the state to defeat him.
They are bussing in thousands of “organizers” to snatch this election from the GOP.
This is why our campaign is so vitally important.
Fox News analyst Dick Morris says this election is vitally important to all of us across the country.
Morris says if Obama wins the Georgia seat, he will ram through Congress a radical agenda on taxes, guns, abortion — he can even shut down talk radio!
Dick Morris says we at the National Republican Trust PAC “are leading the fight to save Chambliss and keep Obama from getting a filibuster-proof Senate.”
Dick says this won’t be easy for Chambliss because the Obama camp has more money and they are experts at voter turn-out — the key to winning this race.
But Dick says we can still defeat Martin and Obama.
We need your help today to do it!
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P.S. We now have just two weeks before the December 2nd run-off election. We can leave nothing to chance. We need to raise millions to stop Obama. Please help us today by calling our Donor Hotline at 1-866-957-1467 or Go Here Now
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