It's been a while since Nancy Pelosi was in control of the House, but apparently she's still fund-raising gold for Republicans.

After House Majority PAC rapped Republican Bucks County Congressman Mike Fitzpatrick for his support of Rep. Paul Ryan's budget, Fitzpatrick turned the tactic around, using it to appeal to his supporters for donations.

The fund-raising email casts Pelosi as a power-hungry Democrat so desperate to regain her post as Speaker of the House that she is "making sure a Democrat Super PAC with millions of dollars has me on their list of targets."

"This district is at the top of Pelosi’s list. She plans on targeting you and our neighbors," it warns. The bold type is the Fitzpatrick campaign's.

Now that sounds a little scary. Lock your doors.

Still, the PAC has placed Fitzpatrick's on its Top Ten List. The liberal Super PAC has ties to the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, but it's not directly connected to Pelosi, according to the campaign finance website

"That’s why I hope you will invest in our campaign today and keep the 8th district seat with the people and not with Nancy Pelosi and her Super PAC friends. You can donate here to make an immediate difference:" Fitzpatrick's fund raising email says.

Mike Fitzpatrick is no stranger to large PAC contributions. The National Association of Realtors PAC spent $400,000 to help him win re-election in 2012.

Despite a Democratic edge in voter registration, Fitzpatrick defeated Patrick Murphy by a comfortable margin in 2010. In 2012, he easily bested Democratic challenger Kathy Boockvar. Pelosi's leadership PAC, PAC to the Future, gave Boockvar $10,000.