Real* emails from real readers…
“Thanks for naming me The Capitolist’s Champ of the Week. But you should have included Erin Grall in the honor, too.” –Kelli Stargel
“Just because you named me Chump of the Week doesn’t mean my congressional campaign is dead.” –State Senator Heather Fitzenhagen
“No, your congressional campaign is dead because you’re out of money.” –Byron Donalds
“Well, that and she voted against the parental notification bill. The only thing worse would be voting against E-Verify.” –Dane Eagle
“Trust me, I know a doomed campaign when I see one. But that doesn’t stop me from squeezing every penny out of it.” –Kevin Cate
“Sounds sorta like what we do…finding a way to profit out of a bad situation. And we don’t let anything go to waste, either.” –Planned Parenthood
“Should I be concerned that the Florida consultants for me and my rivals all live within a mile of one another in Tallahassee?” –Mike Bloomberg
“We don’t call the Southwood neighborhood in Tallahassee the Political Fleecing Capital of America for nothing.” –Tallahassee political consultants
“The difference between me and Mini-Mike is that when I spend $460 million on a campaign, I actually win.” –Rick Scott
“Imagine how much Bloomberg campaign cash is going to be flushed down the toilet by a single tweet.” –Donald Trump
Imagine how much Russian cash will be spent to influence our election once again this year.” –The Rick Wilson
*All real emails are highlighted in bright yellow so that powerful state politicians who work for even more powerful law firms like Morgan and Morgan can tell the difference between libelous savagery and slanderous satire.
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