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Video- Fox Hosts Gun Club Exec To Respond To Criticism Of His Christmas Photos With Guns Service

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So have they started the "War on Christmas" now and this is just making sure they have enough fire power? Via.

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Video- White House Holiday Card Collector

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Pretty cool in a geeky sort of way.

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GOP Valentine cards could pose security risk

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By GottaLaff


The other day I posted about the romantic side of the GOP: Politicizing Valentine's Day. Not that some of the cards weren't amusing. But now they're considered, of all things, a security risk.

Aren't the Rushpubs supposed to be the experts in maintaining a secure America? That's what they keep telling us:

But card-senders beware -- observers on Twitter have warned that the site could be fertile ground for fraudsters looking to harvest a slew of e-mail addresses for spamming purposes.

A more secure site would ask for a verifiable e-mail address before asking visitors to enter the e-mail addresses of 50 of their closest friends.

A humorous e-card probably isn't worth exposing your e-mail account to malicious "spambots" that can hijack your account and send spam to your entire address book.

Nothing says "Be mine" like a GOP Spamentine's card.

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Send your significant other a GOP Valentine's E-Card!

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By GottaLaff

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Nothing says "love" like a Valentine's card adorned with political propaganda. And what's more convincing to do just that when the request comes from the inspiring, romantic words of Michael Steele while he has his bling-blinged hand out for donations:

Dear Fellow Republican,

This Valentine's Day, show the most important Republicans, Democrats and Independents in your life how much they mean to you by sending them a GOP Valentine's E-Card.

Pass along a special message from Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi that they didn't craft this Valentine's card behind closed doors like they did with their government-run health care experiment.

Or let President Obama extend your sincerest wishes to a loved one by claiming he's saved or created millions of Valentine's -- just like his party has claimed that the wasteful, pork-filled stimulus bill has created or saved thousands, 1.5 million or 2 million jobs depending on which Obama Administration official you ask.

Choose from 18 different Valentine's E-Cards that the Republican National Committee has created for this very special day. Share them with all your family and friends, especially those Democrats who need to know how you feel about the wrong direction their party is dragging our country.

After you've sent your GOP Valentine's E-Cards, please take a moment to make a secure online contribution of $10, $15, $25, $50, $100 or more to help our Party continue to build momentum as the critical 2010 mid-terms elections draw nearer. Your gift will be immediately put to work helping recruit and elect Republicans committed to our conservative principles of limited government, fiscal discipline, a strong national defense and personal responsibility.

On behalf of the entire leadership of the Republican National Committee, Happy Valentine's Day!

Sincerely,

Michael Steele
Chairman, Republican National Committee

P.S. Spread the love -- just like Obama spreads your wealth -- this Valentine's Day by sending your friends and family a GOP Valentine's E-Card from the Republican National Committee. Once you've sent your e-cards, I hope you'll consider making a secure online donation of $10, $15, $25, $50, $100 or more to support the RNC's efforts to elect Republican majorities at all levels in 2010. Thank you.

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Contributions or gifts to the Republican National Committee are not deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes.

Contributions from corporations, labor unions, federal contractors and foreign nationals
without permanent residency status are prohibited.


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Thank you, Mark Karlin of BuzzFlash, for forwarding me this love-filled, Valentine's Day e-mail.

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