Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Preserve America: Contribute to SarahPAC

Sarah: Is that a halo around her head? Must be.

"Sarah Palin: She's One of Us!"

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Dear Friends of Gov. Sarah Heath Palin: The federal budget deficit this year is estimated (by the Obama Administration) to be an unfathomable $1.75 trillion. The "good news," unless you're relatively young, is that you won't have to pay it off. The bad news is that your children and grandchildren, nieces and nephews will confront a crushing debt that will cripple their ability to experience lives as good as ours have been. That is just plain wrong. It's the kind of "change" that will lead to national hopelessness.

What can you do about it? You can contribute to SarahPAC, a political action committee founded by Gov. Sarah Palin. It will focus on assisting candidates committed to responsible -- and smaller -- government and to the principles espoused by Gov. Palin -- individual liberty, tolerance and respect for others, and economic opportunity.

Please click on any of the blue lines following to visit SarahPAC. When you get there, I hope you'll make a contribution. If you can afford $100 or more, please contribute that amount. If in these hard times, you can afford only $10, please donate that. We don't have to watch the America we love fade away as if it were all a dream. Please ally yourself with SarahPAC today. If you have friends or family that share your values, please forward this e-mail to them. God bless you all.

(Note: If you have a blog or organizational web site, please go to SarahPAC to obtain a donation widget/gadget that you can put on your site. Thanks.)

Also, if you want to take some other practical political actions today, visit Jim Tedisco's web site. He's running for the open congressional seat in NY's 20th district (Albany, Hudson Valley area) and needs your support. Jim led the fight against then Gov. Spitzer's absurd effort to give drivers licenses to illegal aliens. The special election in the NY 20th CD will be held on March 31.

1 comment:

Greg said...

I've got a policy that goes something like this: everytime the attacks on Gov. Palin get to be too much, I donate. Last night I put in another $250.00