African-American unemployment is the Tea Party's fault.
That's what many Americans believe after listening to Congresswoman Frederica Wilson's separatist rant. To thunderous applause, she told her supporters that the Tea Party is taking away their government benefits and taking away their jobs. She even said the Tea Party is their real enemy.
She's not the only one saying this.
In front of her rapturous constituents, Congressional Black Caucus member Maxine Waters told them that the "Tea Party can go straight to hell!"
And just a couple of days ago, CBC member Andre Carson told his constituents that tea partiers want to see African-Americans “hanging on a tree."
In all of these divisive rants within the past week and a half, these United States Congressional representatives have shamefully stood by their comments.
Their strategy is clear. Across the country in our blighted communities, liberals are waging class and racial warfare as their 2012 election strategy. They're telling Americans that their problems are because the Tea Party isn't letting them spend other people's money.
But here's the real problem: their strategy will work.
With 20 million people employed by the government, 20 million people about to lose their bureaucratic posts with luxurious benefits that most in the private industry don't have, you better believe their constituents are listening.
But that's about to change. It's time that they have a choice. Will you help me defend America with a contribution of $25, $50, $100, $500, or even $1,000 by following this link?
There will never be a recovery in our country until employment goes up and unemployment goes down.
It's as simple as that.
I spread a message to all of America that restores the incentives to work through personal responsibility. Congresswoman Wilson, like all liberals, removes the incentives and instead hands out welfare checks, rent checks, food stamps, “free” healthcare, and “free” college in exchange for votes.
This is the message she sends: Why work when all your bills are paid?
We cannot let liberals like Congresswoman Wilson tear our nation apart. They've had 50 years to prove that big government solves our problems and they've failed. Enough is enough!
I will go into the districts that have been cut down through decades of leftist rot that has utterly destroyed the will to succeed.
I know this is the mentality because I lived it for seven miserable years of my life. But I realized that personal responsibility was a better life. I stopped believing the liberal lies and stopped living the victim mentality. Please join my campaign for truth and help me convert communities like Congresswoman Wilson's district, with the truth that will help them fight back!
Friend, I know you believe like I do that personal responsibility is freedom. We must speak out! Are you with me?
It's time we see young men graduate from school instead of going to prison. It's time we find entrepreneurs and private enterprises finally enter the communities they've abandoned decades ago. It's time we see America working again.
My upcoming TV show, pastor network and public speaking -- in the places where conservatives never go -- depends on your support.
We must work together so that entrepreneurs thrive instead of Leftist politicians who spread control and despair.
Help me tell Congresswoman Wilson and the Leftist elite that they've failed America, and tell the communities that have been separated from prosperity under their rule that they have a choice. Please donate as generously as you can right now by contributing $25, $50, $100, $500, $1,000 or even $2,500 by clicking on this link right now.
Send me into America's poorest communities. I will not let their lying rants go unanswered. Please support my efforts to spread the ideals of the Tea Party -- truth and freedom -- to all of America right now.
Your foot soldier for freedom,
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