Wednesday, August 6, 2014

Doug Ducey Will Be A Ted Cruz Puppet, So Give Us Money NOW! (DEAR MOM AND DAD, PLEASE SEND (lots of) MONEY)

Arizona State Treasurer Doug Ducey is now a "handpicked" Republican candidate for Governor.  Who picked him? According to this fundraising email from the national Democratic Governors Association, Texas Senator Ted Cruz is the maniacal "puppet master" trying to gather power by getting "involved in an ugly primary fight in Arizona."

(Full DGA email at bottom of this article.)

The hysterical missive - under the subject line "You’ll_never_believe_where_Ted_Cruz_is" - suggests that "Beating Cruz’s handpicked candidates across the country is the fastest way to marginalize and humiliate him."

Cruz endorsed Ducey last week, as early primary ballots were hitting mailboxes.

It is not quite clear whether the DGA is trying to raise money to help elect presumptive Democratic nominee Fred DuVal or whether it is simply using the Cruz endorsement of Ducey to shake loose some anti-Cruz money.

BREAKING: Ted Cruz makes a play to gain control of state governments. He has puppets in Washington, now he wants them in state capitals. Click here to fight back and defeat him!
Pay attention to this, MItch: Cruz is the puppet master controlling the extremist House GOP and now he’s trying to grow his power in the states.
Cruz has gotten involved in an ugly primary fight in Arizona and electing his choice candidate would put him FRIGHTENINGLY close to the White House in 2016.
This guy SHUT DOWN the government. Maniacally tried to REPEAL Obamacare.
Beating Cruz’s handpicked candidates across the country is the fastest way to marginalize and humiliate him.
Donate now – give anything you can right this minute – to get your gift DOUBLED to stop Cruz. We need to raise $75,000 in the next 48 hours.

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We have to stop Cruz before he picks up support in another state.
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