Our nation has changed.
In fact, it changed years ago and I believe this election was decided long ago.
In the beginning of October, I wrote that Obama's bubble is far from bursting, with approval ratings still above 50 percent while our economy spins out of control.
For years, we've talked about the demographic shift impacting our country's policies, with liberals selling entitlements to an ever enlarging voter block in exchange for votes and values.
Well, it's time to stop talking because the shift has happened. Now is time for action!
You've heard me say it over and over: America will not change until we bring the truth into the communities where it has never been heard before.
How can we have a country run on individual responsibility when fewer and fewer citizens know what these values are?
When I started my non-profit think tank, CURE, no one in America was talking about the truth of welfare to the Americans who were enslaved by it. I knew that if I could build an organization that fights for the truth, the way our nation was founded, we could restore our country as our founders envisioned and liberate Americans from poverty.
I still believe in this goal. Do you?
We don't have time to lick our wounds. It's time to fight where the battle is actually taking place -- in our nations' communities that are held hostage by liberal elites and shifting America's reliance on individual responsibility.
Will you join me right now and help me reach my goal of $37,874 to start the real change America needs.
We're nearly there! 413 supporters like you have already contributed $27,449 towards my goal.
Friend, two billion dollars was spent on an election to sell different visions of America for 18 months and our vision lost. Insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results. It's time that we try a new strategy!
We can do it!
Help me build an immense and powerful Pastor Network right now that can bring truth and freedom to all of America with an immediate contribution of $50, $100, $500, $1,500 or even $3,000.
Friend, I never asked for this fight. But we don't have a choice if we're going to protect our freedom and our children's freedom. Fight with me and have a real impact.
Your foot-soldier for freedom,
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