MoveOn just said Florida's governor is a racist.
In a coordinated campaign from the White House to leftist groups across America, the far left organization MoveOn has just informed their followers that Florida’s governor, Rick Scott, is the face of Jim Crow.
Jim Crow laws existed for nearly 100 years, ending in 1965, that separated blacks from equal participation in society.
They say he’s the new racist face of Jim Crow because he’s cleaning the voter rolls of illegal voters.
I wish I could say they’re making a stunning announcement, but I can’t.
Leftists have nothing to give Americans but fear. To rally a black voter base that is decidedly not excited about Obama in 2012, liberals have organized a hateful campaign of misdirection to take the heat off of a black president.
You see, Obama’s economic policies are driving a 13.6 percent black unemployment rate, compared to the national unemployment rate of 8.2 percent.
Even worse, while May saw unemployment rates stay relatively flat for most Americans, the African-American unemployment rate increased!
Blacks are starting to sense something is wrong. Even Spike Lee, who held a fundraiser for Obama in January, said today that when people don’t have a job, they’re hurting.
Here’s what else he said: “So I don't care what color you are, if people are out of work, it's tough. And then when you're the first African-American president, that's not helping either.”
I must act right now. Will you join me?
For the past 50 years, leftists have abused the African-American community with handouts and promises. And when those promises are broken, radical leftists, like clockwork, cart in fear and anxiety into our black communities -- often playing the race card to keep their most reliable voters in line.
And it works.
But something is different this year.
For nearly 20 years, I stood alone on a hill calling on Americans to free themselves from the government plantation.
Using resources I could grab, I shouted as loud as I could and called on our black pastors, who already preach the values that secure America’s freedom through discipline and personal responsibility, to join me.
And they did. I was no longer alone on that hill.
I now have 240 black pastors across the country standing with me, preaching the message of America -- the truth that we live in an exceptional country built on enterprise and faith -- spreading the true message of freedom.
And people started listening.
In just the past five years, black conservatives ran and won seats in Congress -- the monopoly on thought was finally cracked! We have a lot more work to do on that front, but we have more black conservatives than ever running in 2012. I can’t wait for them to join me on this hill.
But our work is far from done. We’re seeing the liberal strategy to keep a stranglehold on the voters through fear, when the real attention should be on an employment rate driven by leftist policies that have completely destroyed the black community and are about to destroy the entire nation.
That’s why I must increase the voices standing with me right now. Will you help me?
Help me to double my black pastor network right now by clicking and following this link and donating $60, $150, $250, $500, $1,500 or even $3,000.
By November, I can increase the pastor network from 240 to 520 new voices sharing the values of freedom that you and I believe, if I have your immediate support.
Imagine when we even more Americans call on those trapped by the cycle of poverty to free themselves!
Imagine when the left tries to pull the race card on Americans who escaped from the socialist policies that trapped them in poverty!
Imagine what will happen when Americans, living for generations on handouts, abandon socialism.
Will you stand with me? Will you help me raise $33,850 by June 26 to more than double my black pastor network?
So far, supporters like you have already contributed $10,529 and are standing beside me and the preachers in my network.
We’re inspiring our fellow Americans to look around them, to look at the corruption, look at the streets, look at the homes and the faces of our children.
They need to hear our voice.
Friend, I must take action right now while the black community is forced to deeply reflect on the morass of leftist policies that have dominated politics for nearly half a century with nothing to show for it.
Please urgently contribute $60, $150, $250, $500, $1,500 or even $3,000 or as much as you can today and support freedom for all Americans while we have a chance to change minds.
Your foot-soldier for freedom,
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