Ten Buck Friday

What's "Ten Buck Friday" you may ask? Here's the explanation from the Conservatives4Palin web site:

The goal of Ten Buck Friday is simple enough. At the end of the week, chip in ten dollars to the candidate of your choice or vote in the poll and donate to the winner at the end of the week. Think about it, for the price of two value meals throughout the week for lunch, you can throw a little support toward a worthy candidate.

Here's the link to the Ten Buck Friday poll:

http://www.rightklik.net/2010/08/ten-buck-fridays-august-22-27.html

Check it out!

You'll find a list of a few conservative candidates with links to sites where you can find more information about them. You get to vote on which candidate needs our money the most. At the end of the week, the winner is announced. The winner will be promoted by dozens of conservative blogs and will receive contributions from people across the country.

As the web site says: These candidates can't depend on the Republican establishment to give them the support they need. The RNC and the NRCC have about $22 million combined, compared to $33 million for the DCCC. "If conservatives online don't start paying attention, November 2 may be another one of those ‘agony of defeat' moments - a long night of tearful Republican concession speeches that bring smiles to the faces of Chris Matthews, Rachel Maddow, and Keith Olbermann."

I'm in! Anyone want to raise me ten?
What's "Ten Buck Friday" you may ask? Here's the explanation from the Conservatives4Palin web site:

The goal of Ten Buck Friday is simple enough. At the end of the week, chip in ten dollars to the candidate of your choice or vote in the poll and donate to the winner at the end of the week. Think about it, for the price of two value meals throughout the week for lunch, you can throw a little support toward a worthy candidate.

Here's the link to the Ten Buck Friday poll:

http://www.rightklik.net/2010/08/ten-buck-fridays-august-22-27.html

Check it out!

You'll find a list of a few conservative candidates with links to sites where you can find more information about them. You get to vote on which candidate needs our money the most. At the end of the week, the winner is announced. The winner will be promoted by dozens of conservative blogs and will receive contributions from people across the country.

As the web site says: These candidates can't depend on the Republican establishment to give them the support they need. The RNC and the NRCC have about $22 million combined, compared to $33 million for the DCCC. "If conservatives online don't start paying attention, November 2 may be another one of those ‘agony of defeat' moments - a long night of tearful Republican concession speeches that bring smiles to the faces of Chris Matthews, Rachel Maddow, and Keith Olbermann."

I'm in! Anyone want to raise me ten?

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