Friend -- There is a rumbling in our country.
Americans in urban communities are starting to question the leftist policies that have torn our country apart, one family at a time.
Starting with the clergy, Americans are beginning to ask why, after 50 years when the war on poverty began, poverty remains the same and the black community suffers even worse.
Help me teach pastors in urban communities how liberals hijacked the Civil Rights movement in the 60s, then delivered addictive leftist programming poison that has kept the left in power and has bankrupted our country.
Help me stoke the fires of freedom and support my Black Pastor's Program with an immediate contribution of $50, $100, $250, $500, $1,000 or even $3,000!
It is critical that you act now. Already, 76 supporters like you have donated $3,807 towards my urgent goal!
But I must raise $37,874 by November 6 -- less than 20 days -- to deliver the tools to the pastors who want to know more about capitalism and freedom and how they're tied to morality.
Our pastors need these tools because capitalism has NEVER been taught before! Instead, Americans are taught that capitalism is the reason they're poor.
Help me to correct the lies and tell the real story about America -- the one that you and I love.
Friend, protecting freedom has been my vocation ever since I quit welfare and started my own business. That's why I must help the clergy who can change the direction of our country, right now.
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Your foot-soldier for freedom,
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