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Carville: Democrats Must Brave 'Hell and High Water' to Defeat Romney

Sunday, 29 Jul 2012 06:11 PM

By Patrick Hobin

Democratic strategist James Carville exhorted fellow Democrats in a fundraising email, saying, “We’re gonna have to go through hell and high-water to win this damn thing” and ending it with “C’mon now!.”

The email with Carville’s warning was sent out by the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, the Weekly Standard reported.

"I wish I had good news for you," Carville begins, according to the Weekly Standard. "I want to tell you that President Obama has a second term in the bag. I want to tell you that the Koch Brothers are giving up their plot to buy the election."

It continues: “But here’s where things really stand: We’re gonna have to go through hell and high water to win this damn thing. It’s gonna be hard. Every big-oil billionaire and Republican Super PAC is throwing the kitchen sink at President Obama.

“If we don’t fight back, it’ll be over long before November,” Carville wrote.

Carville said, “Every dollar we can muster will go straight to the front lines -- organizers on the ground and ads on the air hitting Republicans where it hurts. If you’re with us, then give what you can today.”

“C’mon now!” he exhorted, concluding the email.


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