Vitter Fundraising Off Suspect 'Doc Fix' Memo

05/19/2010 05:12 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011

No one can verify the origin or authenticity of the "Doc Fix" memo that was pimped to the media today, but that's not stopping health care reform opponents from using it to raise funds.

Here's what Senator David Vitter (R-Louis.) has up on his website this afternoon.

We intercepted a Democrat Memo on Obamacare. The summary is, ignore the American people and substantive policy concerns. It stresses for Members of Congress to "not get into a discussion of the details of CBO scores or textual narrative." The memo further states "we do not want that policy discussion discussed at this time." David will continue to discuss the bad policy in Obamacare and fight all of Pelosi's "deem and pass" schemes. To help David keep pushing forward in this fight, make a contribution today.

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