Sign our card for President Obama's birthday:

Even more spam from the DNC. 

I don't want to sign a birthday card from the President. Not this one or any other. 

Shouldn't these Democratic elements coordinate so their audience isn't turned off by all these pleas for money and signing of online petitions?

From: "Jennifer Warner, BarackObama.com" <info@barackobama.com>
Date: August 2, 2014 at 12:32:30 PM EDT
Subject: Sign our card for President Obama's birthday:
Reply-To: info@barackobama.com

Organizing for Action
Christine --

President Obama is the reason I'm a progressive organizer.

The idea that individuals have the power to change their communities -- and the world -- still inspires me.

I know I'm not alone on this -- that's why OFA is working on a grassroots gesture for President Obama's birthday on Monday.

Choose the birthday card with the message you want to send the President -- and sign your name now.

Birthday cards aren't going to get the House to knock off the nonsense and get to work.

But they're a simple way of saying thanks to a president who is fighting every day for the kind of change you and I care so much about.

And when you see thousands of names and personal notes from all over the country, I imagine that's a pretty amazing feeling.

Send in your well wishes to the Organizer in Chief -- sign one of OFA's cards today:




Jennifer Warner
Deputy National Organizing Director
Organizing for Action

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