After conservatives lost on Tuesday, more supporters like you are rallying around my Black Pastor's Network.
Conservatives are now recognizing that the mainstream media polls were correct, after all. There are just too many takers and not enough makers in our country.
But if I can turn my life around and abandon welfare after living in and out of it for seven years, living a life out of control, I know many other Americans can too.
My life was very much like where our country is today: on the path to self-destruction.
But I changed and I know we can save our country.
That's why I started the Black Pastor Network that encourages pastors in urban communities to preach the values we must have in government -- the same values they preach in the pews.
After all, it was a pastor who told me to get off of welfare. And I listened!
But there are few pastors who are brave to speak out like my pastor did, but more and more are starting to see the problems around them are caused by dependency.
Help me to encourage pastors to speak about what they know is the truth!
There are many more Americans who were once like me who will listen to our ideas, but we first must reach out.
Will you help me go into urban communities and spread the dangerous truth about dependency?
For 50 years, conservatives let liberals monopolize our urban communities and now we're paying the price. It's time for a new strategy!
Here are some comments that I've received in the past day about my Black Pastor's Network:
Friend, the problem is now clear to conservatives -- we're not speaking to everyone -- a truth I've been spreading for years. Now it's time to rally and let's do something about it!
I'm extending the time to reach my goal of $37,874 to grow my Black Pastor's Network. So far, 443 supporters like you have joined me and raised $30,229 (and two cents)!
Americans spent $2 billion to influence each other about which candidates were better and nothing changed.
Now is the time for a new strategy. Join me and let's go into the urban communities and spread our conservative message by clicking and following this link and donating $50, $100, $250, $500, $1,000 or even $2,500 right now!
Your foot-soldier for freedom,
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