Monday, July 14, 2008

Just in case you forgot why you are contributing to Senator Clinton, take a look at some of her recent efforts as Senator from New York

Senator Clinton needs contributions both to retire her primary campaign debt and to fund her senate reelection campaign, with donations to retire the debt from those not maxxed out to the primary taking priority. If you need to be reminded of why Senator Clinton is a politician whose future should be supported, the following selected items provide a good refresher. I have created a dedicated page on Act Blue so people can conveniently donate to Senator Clinton's 2008 presidential campaign fund (retire the debt donations can be made there) and to Senator Clinton's senate reelection fund. Or, for retire the debt donations, use the link in the sidebar to at the right on this page.
If you think a politician like Senator Clinton deserves full and fair consideration as nominee for the Democratic Party presidential candidate, you may want to help The Denver Group finance its efforts to have the the DNC hold an authentically democratic convention. Here is more information on The Denver Group and how to help.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank you for posting Hillary's NY Senate site. It's a gold mine of info!

Because of PUMA and your efforts , along with an increasingly shaky economy, I believe Hillary has a great chance in Aug.

It's harder to get people to goose step when they are worried about their pocket book!

Thank you for all your efforts!!

July 14, 2008 at 10:29 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

heidi li, terrific appearance on cavuto's show tonite. i wish neil were the one to interview you but you really held your ground and delivered your message with class! all our bitter friends at camilla's toast to your presentation!
BOOYAH to you Heidi Li!
Down with Faux Unity!
Up with true democratic values and principles upon which our country and the dem party have been founded.

July 14, 2008 at 5:29 PM  
Blogger Nancy said...

Heidi Li,
I just wanted to congratulate you for a fine and articulate interview today on Fox News. In spite of the rather rude moderator, you kept your cool and your focus. Thank you for everything that you do.

July 14, 2008 at 5:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

A good action item would be to ask our senators to co-sponsor her legislation. When I checked the other week, Senator Dole was the only co-sponsor of the Family Caregivers of Wounded Soldiers legislation. I wrote to my senators in Texas explaining the reason why this was important. Remember when the soldier returns to his/her family, there is a lot of stress associated with caregiving. The bill provides for training and respite care.

July 14, 2008 at 6:01 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Heidi - thanks for all you are doing. It means a lot to so many people it means a lot to this country. I am glad you held your ground on the Fox interview today, the moderator was bit rude but you did great. Thanks.

July 14, 2008 at 6:23 PM  
Anonymous waiting4hrc said...

Thank you, Heidi, for your research and summary of some of Sen. Clinton's accomplishments. She certainly is serious about making change (unlike those that only talk about it).

She is ready to be the 44th President and I predict she will be, due in large part to The Denver Group and Pumas.

July 15, 2008 at 2:49 AM  
Anonymous GaGirl said...

I am thanking you again, Heidi, for your patience with a rude interviewer on FOX and for your efforts on behalf of the democratic process and Senator Clinton.

July 15, 2008 at 7:08 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You were awesome on Fox! I am not surprised. I always come here for the clear analysis.

Love the way you disarmed the guy. More! More!

July 15, 2008 at 8:05 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


While you may look meek, mild and of course cute , and you ARE a lady, I wouldn't bet against you in a fight! You remind me of Hillary in that you have a vast instinct for justice that guides you.
Justice is a bed rock, and while a society or organization may not always reach it, it must remain a goal. The DNC publicly threw over justice and that cannot stand. The fight is not for a person as much as it is for a principle and what you and other PUMA bring to the table can't be bought.
That's why we will win.
I cannot tell you how grateful I am for your efforts .

paper doll

July 15, 2008 at 10:29 AM  
Anonymous DanDee said...


I thought you were wonderful on NC's show yesterday. Even with being interrupted rudely, your message came through loud and clear. I thought you looked beautiful - you have such poise and grace no matter what you are doing, and I so respect you for it.

Keep up the good work - BRAVA!

July 15, 2008 at 5:12 PM  
Anonymous kanani aka kanaughty said...

don't forget her statement for voting against fisa... but mostly i am so excited about her announcing newborn screening legislation being enacted into law. she saw a need for this and worked with hunters hope to help solve this problem of newborns who can be saved if they are screened young enough. one of my best friends was very affected by this same disease that hunter had and if they had only had more inclusive newborn screening when her son was born he might still be alive today. i love that hillary thinks about all these things that seem like little things to some people, but are huge things in the lives of people who i know... i love that she is the hero for us "little people". she really does work for us the real american people. she is our hero... and i love that she is back to work so soon and she is being so productive. i love that she is such a hard worker. you get your votes worth when you vote for a great senator or representative for the people of this country like her.

July 15, 2008 at 5:34 PM  
Blogger Eileen said...

Heidi, so glad you are on our side!

Thanks for all that you do.

July 15, 2008 at 6:09 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Heidi, TM had a link up to Hillary's t-shirt donation site and I used that one, so the granddaughter could have the shirt.

Thanks for all you do for Hillary. Those earlier days of the election were exciting times. Looking forward to August.

Did you read about the Democrats on the Hill being upset at Obama for not helping support house candidates? One aid said he reminds them of Bush, you can't tell him anything.


July 15, 2008 at 6:39 PM  

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