You've no doubt heard my story. If my story inspires you, please help me break the chains of liberalism on America.
By November 6, I am raising our pastors in urban areas throughout America, to speak out against dependency.
The message of personal responsibility we send will rally Americans who love freedom and plant the seeds of liberty where it hasn't sprouted in nearly 50 years.
I broke the chains of dependency because of a pastor who one day asked me why I was on welfare. No one ever asked me that!
I know the pastors in my network will inspire many more Americans to take another look at our welfare state and realize something's wrong -- that it's time for something new, if you will help me right now.
I need to raise $37,874 to rally our pastors by November 6. Join me right now!
So far, 210 supporters like you have already raised $13,649.02 towards this goal. We're close but time is running short!
Immediately, please click and follow this link to donate $50, $100, $250, $500, $1,500 or even $3,000 and we will begin to heal and restore freedom in America!
Thank you for supporting my mission and supporting freedom!
Your foot-soldier for freedom,
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