Biden wants folks to donate. Watch him in action ripping the last eight years of failure. Then Donate.

Check out the video at the end of this post of Biden ripping McCain and Palin, it’s great.

Goal ThermometerGot an email from the Obama campaign in the name of Joe Biden (You can give to Barack Obama by clicking on the box to the left.). Read his email, then watch the video from a Biden campaign appearance today in Pennsylvania today:

John McCain just accepted the Republican nomination and adopted the most conservative platform in the history of his party.

After days of negative attacks — and no mention of real proposals to fix our economy, get more people health care, or make America safer — the party that brought you eight years of disastrous policies is asking for four more.

Well, not if we have anything to say about it.

Across this nation, people like you have joined this movement because you believe that we are better than the past eight years. And now that we are entering the final stretch, it’s going to take all of us to bring the change we need.

Will you make a donation of $100 or more at this crucial moment to change our country?

After the last eight years, it’s up to you to keep America’s promise alive.

How can John McCain pull us out of the deep hole we’re in when he voted with George Bush more than 90% of the time?

The American people deserve more than a 10% chance at change.

No matter what McCain says, we can’t bring about change by relying on the same ideas that have failed us for the last eight years.

Show the McCain campaign that people coming together, giving what they can afford, and working toward a common purpose will transform this country.

Change begins with you. Please make a donation of $100 or more now.

Watch Biden tear into the Republicans. Jed’s right. Joe is on fire:

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