January 9, 2004
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Andrew Boyd (AKA "Phil T. Rich")
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MoveOn Bush-in-30-Seconds Contest
Billionaires for Bush Launch 2004 Campaign
New York, NY, January 9, 2004 - Billionaires for Bush, a political action committee advocating for the interests of the absolutely fabulous wealthy elite, was awarded a coveted finalist spot (top 15 of 1000) in MoveOn.org's Bush in 30 Seconds Ad Contest. The spot, "Leave No Billionaire Behind" (http://billionairesforbush.com/materials/), is a message of appreciation to the millions of children paying for tax breaks for the rich. The winning commercial will be announced at an event on January 12th at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City.
"Leave No Billionaire Behind is a perfect example of President Bush's policies," said Phil T Rich, co-chair of Billionaires for Bush. "We have benefited immensely during his presidency and hope our ad clearly denotes our gratitude to him."
"This commercial is just one example of our appreciation - we will continue to endorse our President throughout this election year," added Seymour Benjamins, co-chair of Billionaires for Bush.
In addition to the commercial, Billionaires for Bush is launching its 2004 campaign with a "Billionaires Ball," scheduled to take place on January 31, 2004. This invite-only event will feature various performances by well-known NYC acts. At the event, Billionaires for Bush will formally endorse George W Bush for President because:
About Billionaires for Bush
Billionaires for Bush is an independent 527 organization. Headquartered in NYC, with supporting offices in Boston and New Hampshire, Billionaires for Bush is a strategic media campaign whose combustible mix of humor, savvy messaging, grassroots participation, and cutting edge internet organizing tools will flush out the truth about the Bush administration's economic policies. Billionaires for Bush aims to communicate to voters how political decisions made by certain elected officials and candidates for public office favor wealthy individuals and corporations at the expense of poor and middle-class Americans. For more information, please visit www.billionairesforBush.com
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