from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. One that uses the mails: large commercial mailers.
- n. One who addresses, stamps, or otherwise prepares mail.
- n. A container, such as a cardboard tube, used to hold material to be mailed: a cardboard book mailer.
- n. An advertising leaflet included with a letter.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. One who, or that which, mails, especially a computer program that sends electronic mail.
- n. A packet or container designed for postal use.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
The language in this mailer is similar to an ad Angle released last month, also calling Reid the "best friend an illegal alien ever had."
The mailer is part of Working America's broader national effort to mobilize unemployed voters on Nov. 2, which includes tele-townhalls and postcard-writing sessions.
Still for those times when you need to mail a CD or DVD, this DIY recycled mailer is quite clever.
What's particularly interesting about this mailer is that the "Hooverville," of course, was a symbol of government inaction in the face of the poverty and widespread misery of the Great Depression.
Someone with photoshop skills and a lot of time on their hands could probably have fun making up the alternate-universe McCain mailer like this one ...
I have received four hate mail pieces from McCain (mailed by some PA 527), but not one mailer from the Obama campaign. ivb3016
A last-minute Wisconsin mailer put out by Clinton hits Obama on his "present" votes in the Illinois legislature.
New mailer from the Clinton camp, taking bittergate completely out of context:
For those of you readers in the Chicago area, you may have recently received a small mailer from the good folks at ComEd.
And your e-mailer is ignorant about how wars are fought, about how wars are won and lost, and about the way the world actually works.