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The subject line read “It's a blowout! (35% off)"
Plus free shipping!

I clicked on the shop link.  There were t-shirts, baseball caps, knit caps, cufflinks, posters, mason jars, neon plastic cups, dog collars, tote bags, dog leashes, dog food bowls, phone covers, coffee mugs, travel tumblers, markers, water bottles, wine glasses, cocktail napkins, lanyards, buttons, stickers, baby t-shirts and baby onesies

They seem to be underserving the cat fanciers out there.

Not really needing anything I clicked on the donate button. The lowest donation suggestion was $20.16. The highest was $500. There was also a window where you could name your own amount.

Finally I found the link I was looking for, Unsubscribe.
First there was a plea to try Hillary Light (only 2 emails a month!) but below that was a button for unsubscribing completely. There was also a space where I could write the Ready for Hillary PAC and let them know why I was unsubscribing.

Here is what I wrote:

From the recent Atlantic interview that Hillary Clinton gave it would seem that she has learned nothing from her disastrous vote for war when she was in the Senate or from her time as Secretary of State. If and when Hillary Clinton announces her candidacy I do not plan on contributing time or money nor will I vote for her in my Democratic primary. If and when she starts to see the wisdom of not doing "stupid shit" I might change my mind but In the meantime I will try my best to support democrats who keep faith with our party's ideals.
If you have anything you like to say to the kind folks at the Ready for Hillary PAC, you can reach them here.

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