I can tell you that your voice is heard in Washington every day.Thanks for hearing so well.
I see how your efforts are moving us toward victory.Thanks for seeing so well.
But I also know that with just days remaining the final vote is shaping up to be extremely close."Extremely close"? As in you're 19 votes short? That's the current whip count. [CORRECTION: I've misstated the info at that link. Here's another count: "192 Yes, 208 No (205-210 with leaners)." That would be 16 votes short.]
Everything we've worked for is on the line, and your voice is needed now more than ever before.Are you sure you know what you're asking for? You want more from me?
Raise your voice today: We must all speak out together to finish the job.Together? You're into cacophony then, eh?
In these final, crucial days, much more will be asked of us. Our resolve will be tested.I don't want to be a lout, but when I hit the anecdote cue, I skim. Skim. Skim. Skim....
During moments like this, I believe it's important to remember why we have worked so hard for so long. That's why I spoke to the country Monday at a gathering in Ohio and said it plainly: I'm here for Natoma.
Thank you for making it possible,No problem! I do what I can. Thanks for appreciating my contribution.
President Barack Obama
UPDATE: I hope Barack appreciates my new contribution.