Survey by the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee

Here is an email, I just received from Ben Ray Luján at The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee.

Hi everybody.

My name is Ben Ray Luján. As you may have heard, I’m the new Chairman of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee. And I want to loop you in on something pretty cool.

Right now, my team is preparing our strategy for 2016. This is when we start to think about the issues we’ll make a top priority, and the campaign strategies that will help Democrats win.

There are so many exciting ideas I want to share to rebuild our middle class and the heart of America, but first I want to hear from you.

Click here to answer our 2016 issue survey and tell us what matters most to you:

Thanks for taking the time to share your thoughts. Looking forward to working with you!

Ben Ray Luján
DCCC Chairman

You might want to tell him to promote the plan that was the focus of my previous post, Bernie Sanders – An Economic Agenda for America: 12 Steps Forward.

You might also mention how important it is to bring criminal charges against the executives on Wall Street who committed fraud against their own companies while bringing the world economy to the brink of collapse. What the Democratic leadership needs to hear is that as long as high crime continues to pay high returns to the criminals, there will not be much progress in fixing what ails this country. Without the promise of reform that the bottom 90% of wage earners can believe in, then Democrats do not deserve to win elections.

After I took the survey, the DCCC sent me a thank you and urged me to promte the survey among friends using the following image:

Rejected Image

I replied that I would not be using this image, as President Obama is no longer the symbol of our hopes. If they can’t understand that anyone who promotes Wall Street favoritism is not a good symbol to use, then their campaign for 2016 is doomed to failure from the start.

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