With everyone is saying “Thank you” today, what better time to think about what comes next?
As you can probably tell, this isn’t your average fundraiser.
I began by telling people not to give to this site, but instead to consider several other worthy causes.
I also broke a grammar rule, for those of you who clicked on that last post. I know, it’s “whom” do you support, no “who.” I went with the colloquial, but grammatically incorrect phrasing.
The red lights of the grammar police are in my rearview mirror. Gotta go!
“Why we’re breaking a few rules for you today”
You did it! Thanks to your support, we’ve had our most successful fundraiser ever.
“Thank you … and one last thing!”
To the casual observer, here’s what the events of the last few days probably looked like: I got a subpoena from the Department of Homeland Security, I called my lawyer, refused to give up the name of my source(s) and the government caved in. But appearances can sometimes be deceiving.
Behind the scenes, I had a team of friends, allies and advisers who helped. I’d like to thank them publicly.
“To the team of friends, allies and advisers who helped make the subpoena go away”