I need to tell you what's going on.
Eric Holder and Emanuel Cleaver and other black liberal leaders are gathering thousands of black pastors to spoon-feed them lies about conservatives and mobilize them to campaign for liberals.
They're telling them that conservatives are trying to take away their voting rights by passing "draconian" voter ID laws.
The liberal strategy for 2012 in not hope, but fear.
You probably know Emanuel Cleaver as the chairman of the Congressional Black Caucus, but you might not know that he is also an ordained minister.
During an interview on MSNBC, he said he is telling black pastors that conservatives don't have the answers that black or Latino voters want.
That means he's telling the pastors to reject the same answers that I've been pleading for the black community to adopt for 20 years -- policies like economic empowerment and school choice. The same policies that I used to lift myself out of poverty.
Cleaver also said "[Conservatives] think that if they get a black candidate that espouses the same old policies, that they're going to attract the black vote. It's not going to happen."
Friend, the truth is the "same old policies" are the liberal lies that have destroyed black families in America -- and are destroying America right now.
Will you help me fight back? Will you help me reach out to the black pastors and expand my pastor network?
Currently, my network of 240 black pastors hear the real answers about poverty -- policies of freedom and enterprise that are the bedrock of our country's founding.
The pastors I reach are no longer under the spell of government liberalism. They now reject the black establishment's rally for more government.
Liberals know the black pastors are the key to changing the direction of our country.
That's why they're scaring the pastors by inviting the IRS administrator, Attorney General Eric Holder and even the fraudster Charlie Rangel to tell them how to convince their congregations to support liberals, even though they don't share their values.
The liberal strategy, unfortunately, will work -- but only if we let it.
That's why I want to immediately double the number of pastors in my black pastor network.
You and supporters like you helped me to grow this far and now is when we need to push further.
Cleaver has convinced the media that blacks don't want to hear our answers. But you and I know that once they hear our answers to poverty, the game changes. That's why the black establishment is rallying the pastors before they lose them.
Will you help me meet the goal of $33,850 by June 26, so I can expand my network to 520 black pastors before election day in November?
Through the new pastors in my network, I can reach thousands upon thousands of new voices who will hear and shout the call for freedom, instead of the lies of government enslavement spread by the media and liberal black establishment.
I promise the pastors who are a part of my network think twice before attending another meeting with the liberal establishment. And they're no longer reading from the liberal script handed to them and telling their flocks to vote against their values.
Instead, they know that more government isn't the answer to the crisis they see around them: boys going to prison instead of college and schoolgirls having babies and dropping out of school.
They know we can't go on like this anymore.
Friend, the liberal strategy to reach out to the black pastors is an extremely powerful tactic. Plain and simply, we need to do the same and I can do it if I have your help right now.
November will be hear in a blink of an eye so I need to know that you'll support my outreach right now, before it's too late.
Help me double my pastor network by November by urgently donating $50, $100, $250, $500, $1,500 or even $2,500 by immediately clicking and following this link.
Your foot-soldier for freedom,
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