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Maxine Waters is spending money in the primary for the first-time in her 16 year congressional career

Got an email from Carl McGill. Here is the clear call to action. Again, this is the first time I have ever endorsed a Democrat, and I don't expect it will happen again.

Here is McGill's link to put in your support. He wants $1000 to $2000 -- piece of cake for a couple hundred supporters. I'm inviting other bloggers to join me--copy and paste the donate button below and get your readers involved. It's a couple missed Starbuks visits--no big deal!

$25.00


My opponent Maxine Waters is finally spending money in the primary, for the first-time in her 16 year congressional career. At this point, the best fundraising activity would be through my website. On the homepage of www.carlmcgill.com, there is a fundraiser page link,which leads to credit card or atm (with Visa or Mastercard logo) able donations from $5 to $1,000. If I could receive donations totaling $1,000 - $2,000 in the next couple of days, it would help me with some signs.

For example,

If could get 200 or more to donate $10 or $20 through my website, that would be very helpful.

Thank you for your support,

Carl McGill
Checks or money orders can be mailed to:
Carl McGill for Congress,
5155 W. Rosecrans Ave. Suite 1022,
Hawthorne, CA 90250
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Val provided these links in reference to his opponent, Maxine Watters.

Im sure you all remember Maxine "Elain Gonzalez belongs with his father" Waters, dont you?

Here are some other items of interest regarding good ole Maxine and here's a letter stating she supports murderer Asata Shakur who is hiding out in Cuba.

Oh, and did I mention Maxine is a member of the Progressive Caucus, the one started by the one time leader of the Democratic Socialists of America?

What else do you need?

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