Today is Wictory Wednesday. Every Wednesday, I ask my readers to volunteer and/or donate to the Bush 2004 campaign.
What would you give to guarantee a Bush victory in 2004?
All I'm asking is that you click here and make a small recurring monthly contribution of $24, $54 or $104 to the Bush '04 campaign. It'll cost you much more than that if an ultra-liberal Democrat becomes president and vetoes any attempt to extend the Bush tax cuts beyond their 2006 expiration date.
If you've already donated and volunteered for the Bush campaign, then talk to your friends and enlist them in this battle for America.
If you're a blogger, you can join Wictory Wednesday simply by putting up a post like this one every Wednesday, asking your readers to volunteer and/or donate to the Bush campaign. And do e-mail to the Polipundit so that he can add you to the Wictory Wednesday blogroll, which will be a part of the Wictory Wednesday post on all participating blogs:
You can check out the Wictory Wednesday Blogger's list on the Right side of this page.
My regular readers know that I've put together a list of the 100 Things You Should Do in California to accompany my application to serve on the California Travel and Tourism Commission. If you want to visit California and have loads of fun, be sure to check it out. And if you know anyone serving on Governor-elect Schwarzenegger's transition team, please lobby for my appointment. ;^D
It's been so much fun puting it together, that I've decided to start a list of Things You Should Do In America. Please add a comment with your recommendations --- what do you think tourists to our country should do to enjoy the unique American experience.
And here's another reason to support President George W. Bush, do it for the tourists!
Things You Should Do In America
Sleep with a moose in Glacier National Park, Montana Do the shag in Myrtle Beach Have a cafe au lait & beignet at the Cafe Du Mond, New Orleans Run up the Rocky steps, Philadelphia Cheer for the Cubbies at Wrigley Field, Chicago Dig for quahogs (pronounced co-hogs) with your feet in the waters of Rhode Island. Raft down the Grand Canyon, Arizona. Take a wild ride on America II(America's Cup Contender), Maui Eat green chile stew in Old Town Albuquerque, New Mexico Eat Beans and see a Rodeo with Real Cowboys at the Jersey Lilly in Joe Montana, Montana