I feel very good.
For the past few days I watched the Supreme Court debate the government's takeover of the healthcare industry and the conservatives on the bench gave me hope that Obamacare may be ruled unconstitutional!
When it comes to the Supreme Court, history shows we can't just tell them what we think, we need to show them.
Since Obamacare passed without a single conservative vote, Americans have shown our anger and opposition, from my speech in front of the HHS building to the church pulpits and radio waves, I've joined and led conservatives to oppose Obamacare.
Because we’ve rallied publicly, the conservatives on the Court saw the soul of our nation and even the liberals are wavering.
But if the Supreme Court does overturn the Obamacare mandate, that is when we jump out of the frying pan and into the fire.
We face the very real possibility that Obama is re-elected and the House and Senate might be under the total control of liberals. Again.
Imagine Nancy Pelosi -– or a younger, savvier Leftist -- moving back into her big, plush office as the majority leader and take control of the steering wheel to write the next healthcare bill!
This is why I can't sit on the fence and play defense with the Supreme Court. The Dred Scott decision and Roe v. Wade proves that it doesn't always work our way.
We must focus on reaching out to those who are sending the Obama's and Nancy Pelosi's to Washington, DC to govern our country.
That's why I need your help to educate Americans NOW. While many conservative leaders are fixated on what’s going on in Washington, there is a battle raging for America.
I am leading the charge across the country, in the war waged in peoples’ minds, but I can't do it without your continued financial help.
Friend, if this generation does not become convinced that we need to limit government, they are going to tip the scales, and we will become a country where the poor will grow more numerous living off of the shrinking group of working America.
The scale tipped towards socialism a long time ago in the black community, believing that Uncle Sam had our best interests in mind. But fifty years later, our families are broken and our young people spend more time in prison than they do in school.
If the scale tips toward socialism for the whole country, conservatives can kiss their American Dreams goodbye.
How can we change people’s minds? How can we prove that they don’t need big government in order to have a good life?
I give them my personal story. It’s gritty and real. It impacts people in their hearts.
Recently, I spoke to a group of students in Georgia. A few days later I received a letter from my friend, Sheila, that one of the teenaged girls who heard my story gave her testimony that she is going to stop the welfare cycle in her family by being the first to finish school and wait for marriage before having children.
This is the kind of real change I’m talking about! A young woman with a commitment and a plan.
"One seed planted can make a tremendous difference," Sheila wrote with joy. Do you agree?
Will you help me plant more seeds today and reform our entitlement culture?
My out-of-work, uneducated, entitled welfare mom background has given me the platform to be the leading voice on entitlement reform today.
Many congress members and staffers on Capitol Hill know me and seek my advice as a policy consultant. But I’m not satisfied. I want our impact to go much farther than that, to all Americans.
Twenty years ago, you wouldn’t have believed that a promiscuous high school dropout that was doing drugs and living on welfare in South Central LA would now be leading the movement against Obamacare. God has opened doors.
Please help me use every opportunity to plant more seeds. Help me speak to more young women and men, and folks that are just becoming politically engaged, and show them that they can’t sit on the fence in this battle. We need them if we're going to change our country.
Help me tip the scales back to freedom, before it’s too late.
Your foot-soldier for freedom,
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