The defeat of conservatives on election day is a wake-up call to all Americans who love freedom.
The strength of the liberals is concentrated in urban districts that are populated by Americans who've bought the lie of the left.
You'll clearly see the concentration of the urban vote in this county map of the 2012 election. Red counties voted for Romney, blue voted for Obama.
Those blue and dark blue counties can no longer be ignored! We must talk about our ideas of limited government and personal responsibility in these districts if we're going to preserve the America our founders envisioned.
It's in the urban churches where our message will resonate the most. After all, it was a pastor who looked into his congregation and told everyone to get off of welfare -- and I was a member of that congregation who listened. You know the rest of my story and there are many more Americans who need to hear the hard truth about dependency.
My story is perfectly suited to do this and 479 supporters like you have already donated $33,929 (and two cents) to grow my black pastor's network in these urban districts throughout America.
Will you pitch in to help and donate $50, $100, $250, $500, $1,500, $2,500 or even $5,000 right now?
I promised to raise $37,874 to provide for and grow my pastor's network that teaches pastors the real history of America. And we're nearly there! But, I must raise another $3,945 to meet the goal!
The pastors in my network are more than ready to spread our message of freedom to their congregations that's been hidden by the left for nearly 50 years. But they need the tools to do it.
Now, more than ever, our is message needed not just in the red counties, but also in the blue counties of our country and it's clear we can no longer ignore it.
Will you help me teach the pastors how to spread our message by immediately clicking and following this link to donate 50, $100, $250, $500, $1,500, $2,500 or even $5,000?
We have no time to waste. March by my side for America, right now!
Your foot-soldier for freedom,
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