Email of the Day: Send Money So I Can Send More Money-Raising Emails

Jim Burroway

January 15th, 2012

It's all in the emails.

The shockwaves from Public Advocate’s email campaign are still breaking down major doors. The Washington Post has now joined in the attack on Public Advocate. They have condemned me for daring to speak the truth to the American people! You see, last week I sent an email warning to the subscribers of a major political news source about the terrors the Homosexual Classrooms Act holds for our nation. And the radical Homosexual Lobby can’t stand it! They immediately launched a campaign to get Public Advocate banned from mainstream media. But it didn’t work. You and I are still here! A reporter actually called me and bitterly asked me to just quit and give up. I told them: “I’m not backing down. I’m going to stick to my guns.”

And he’s doing all of this on emails alone, apparently. A one-time $20 donation will allow him to email 1,000 more people so he can ask them for $20 donations to email 1,000 more people, so he can ask him for $20 donations so … you get the idea. That’s the only stated purpose of this email and all the others in his “email campaign.” They say that anti-gay activists make a lot of money off of demonizing gay people. Delgaudio proves the point and goes further: you can make even more money if you don’t do anything else.


January 15th, 2012

I am beginning to wonder if he learned this method from studying HRC very closely…


January 15th, 2012

Also, exactly how much money does it cost to send an e-mail??? Loudon County (VA) obviously is not paying it’s elected officials enough salary…


January 16th, 2012

Last time I checked, “asking people for money to help you ask more people for more money” was called a “pyramid scheme” and was against the law


January 16th, 2012

My reply to him:

Dear Eugene,

I have to work several hours to earn 20 Dollars. I’d suggest that you
do the same.

Best regards,

BTW: They obviously don't check who is on their mailinglist. I used my" address when I first commented something on his website and he/they put mit on the list ;)


January 17th, 2012

Homosexual classrooms act?

Never heard of it.

Even back when I was a “Conservative” Christian I had a rule, if I hadn’t heard of something from the mainstream media or a few other sources that I judged to be reliable and that hadn’t burned me on dumb shit…then I figured whatever it was, it was probably BS.

This guy is all wet, and needs to just go get a job.

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