An e-mail in which John McCain mistakes me for an ATM:
Branch Rickey's decision to integrate the Brooklyn Dodgers. Ronald Reagan's prediction that the Soviet Union would fall. Gertrude Ederle's decision to swim the English Channel. Abraham Lincoln's decision to issue the Emancipation Proclamation.
These people all faced difficult decisions, or "hard calls," during their lives which are discussed in the latest book by John McCain being released today - Hard Call. Throughout John McCain's life, he has made many difficult decisions. Guided by his belief that at some point we will all be faced with difficult choices, John McCain has taken the time to reflect on the art of decision making, something that can make the difference in arriving at the right decision. Inspired by the decision-making process he personally goes through on a daily basis, he is releasing his latest book, Hard Call.
We have a special offer today for the Senator's most dedicated supporters. With your generous contribution of $250 or more, we will send you an exclusive autographed copy of Hard Call.
With a donation of $1,000 or more today, we'll send you the complete McCain book collection - all autographed by John McCain! You'll receive Hard Call, Character is Destiny, Why Courage Matters, Faith of My Fathers and Worth the Fighting For.
Our next Commander-in-Chief will need to make hard calls every day, and it is important to elect a man who has the experience and guts to make hard calls. We encourage each and every one of you to pick up a copy of Hard Call to read, learn, get inspired and join the discussion.
The John McCain 2008 Team
John McCain's opposition to a holiday honoring a leading desegregationist, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
John McCain's meetings with the chair of the Federal Home Loan Bank Board to protect his criminal benefactor, Charles Keating.
John McCain issuing misrepresentations about the safety of Iraqis in Baghdad, in furtherance of immoral and bloody occupation.
John McCain's pandering to Jerry Falwell and other bigots of faith.
Will I be sending Saint John any money? That's not a hard call.