Tom DeLay Says, Bring It On

And so, that's exactly what we're doing!

Thanks to our supporters, this week we're running the largest television ad campaign in our history to drop the hammer on Congressional corruption. Our new TV ad runs this week for hundreds of thousands of households full of Tom "the Hammer" DeLay's own constituents and colleagues -- and it's already building the groundswell of support needed for Congress to finally wash its hands of Tom DeLay!

The ad was a huge hit last week when it rolled out for national and local media. It was aired and discussed on major TV shows (including CNN's 'Crossfire' and 'Inside Politics', Fox News' 'The Big Story', and PBS's 'Lehrer News Hour'), scores of newspapers (like The New York Times, Washington Post, Houston Chronicle and USA Today), and some of the nation's most popular blogs (including MyDD.com, AmericaBLOG.com and TalkingPointsMemo.com).

The ad's news coverage alone exposed the real face of Tom DeLay to millions of Americans, and has already opened up a greatly needed public discussion on the corruption now tolerated among the Republican leadership. Check out all of the great media coverage here:


The political fallout from the ad's debut is already making waves. According to a recent Zogby poll, support for DeLay has "slipped drastically" in his very conservative Texas district. [1] And House Republicans, like Rep. Chris Shays (R-CT), are beginning to openly question moral integrity of DeLay -- their appointed leader. Democrats too, like Senator Frank Lautenberg (D-NJ), have broken the silence and started to publicly challenge DeLay.

Together, we've launched an assault that will ultimately leave Tom DeLay scrambling for his leadership position. And, we don't plan to let up.

The battle to purge Congress of DeLay's leadership is far from over. DeLay has assembled a powerful group of radical right wing lobbyists and spin doctors to defend his corruption and protect his power. In the coming days -- as our ad continues to run throughout Houston and Washington -- we will confront their attempts to counter the overwhelming evidence of DeLay's corruption. And next week, we will announce our next offensive -- now in the works. Stay tuned...


Thank you again,

Ellen S. Miller, Deputy Director
Campaign for America's Future

[1] Levine, Samantha & Stinebaker, Joe. "DeLay is losing support, poll finds." Houston Chronicle. April 3, 2005. (http://action.ourfuture.org/ctt.asp?u=1742757&l=86215)


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