That Didn’t Take Long (Update: Biden Uses WH Email List to Send Same Political Message)
January 21, 2013 - 12:12 pm
Obama’s perpetual campaign, formerly Organizing for America now rebadged Organizing for Action, is already sending out emails to stir the pot.
I just renewed my oath of office to serve as your president for four more years.
Thank you for making this possible. It’s an honor to be your president.
Now it’s time to finish what we started — let’s get going.
P.S. — Organizing for Action is the next step in our grassroots movement and will be crucial to finishing what we started. If you haven’t already, say you’ll be part of it.
How about if I pledge to oppose it?
Update: VP Biden just emailed the same message.
Good afternoon –
Taking the oath of office is a serious piece of business.
And being part of an inauguration has a way of focusing the mind on what’s to come. That’s what President Obama meant earlier today when he said, “My fellow Americans, we are made for this moment, and we will seize it – so long as we seize it together.”
In the months ahead, we’re going to be tested, and nothing about the challenges we face will be easy.
So we’re going to need you with us — to build support for solutions, to help move the country forward.
As citizens of the United States, we’re a people who draw strength from our diversity of opinion. We take pride in that.
When we disagree, we debate. And where there’s common ground, we act — even though those solutions may be less than perfect.
But we never stop moving forward. That’s our obligation, the responsibility for which we’ve been entrusted.
And a duty like that is impossible to fulfill if you act alone.
We need you to step up. Pledge to stand with us, and we’ll reach out to add your voices to the debates in Washington, to work with you to make this country a better place for everyone.
Join us for the next four years, and help make history:
Vice President Joe Biden
P.S. — Watch President Obama’s full inaugural address.
Obama and Biden want Americans to swear, personally, to them. Not the country.