I wanted to send you a quick note about MediaMatter's attack on me after I appeared on Fox News. I want to thank you and all my friends and supporters who've stood up for me and have seen how important my work is, especially my Black Pastor Network. In fact, 308 supporters have so far contributed $17,813 to expand the network by November. But I only have one more week to meet the goal of $33,850. Please read my message below and fight back the radical left with an immediate contribution to expand my black pastor network.
From: Star Parker
Sent: Friday, June 15, 2012 4:46 PM
To: Friend of CURE
Subject: After I was on Fox News
Did you see my appearance on Fox News on Wednesday?
Well, I just received an email from the far-left organization MediaMatters.
They're telling the media that I'm a liar.
They said that I lied when I told Neil Cavuto on Fox News that Americans are taxed enough already and do not want higher taxes!
Now they're trying to intimidate me by calling me names and organizing far-left radicals to spread the word that what I say is not true.
They tell Americans living on welfare and handouts that their lives would be better, only if people like you and me would just transfer more of our wealth to the government.
But I just threw a wrench into their plans when I appeared on Fox News!
They try to silence me so no one will hear me, a former welfare mom, stand-up and tell fellow Americans that there's a better world and a better life off the plantation.
To make it seem realistic, MediaMatters even included liberal polls from CBS News and the New York Times that "show" that Americans want millionaires to pay higher taxes.
Friend, make no mistake, MediaMatters isn't just some loony leftist organization trolling through Fox News. Every day, mainstream media liberals pick up their talking points and integrate them into their newscasts.
Americans who are not political like you and me, then listen to the media and whatever they say becomes the truth.
It's a fact that we can't ignore. But you and I both knew this battle would not be easy.
You know me, though. I'll fight back the intimidation and I'll spread my message even louder. Will you help me?
The serious issue is their intimidation is extremely effective.
It's how they keep others who question them in line. They can't afford to have the black pastors -- Americans who live and preach in the middle of the Left's socialist paradise -- to start to question them and risk a reliable block of voters to turn away from the government, like I did.
Will you help me to encourage the black pastors to stand up to the intimidation like I do?
Will you help me tell them how to respond when the left tells them that American freedom is not for everyone?
Will you help them defend America?
Our pastors in the most poverty-stricken communities of our country need our support right now, more than ever, so they can preach the message of personal responsibility and freedom that you and I believe, and that they also believe.
Help me to reach out to our fellow believers in freedom who are under a vicious intimidation attack and expand my pastor network by 240 to 520 pastors by this November.
By June 26, I must raise $33,850 to more than double my network by November. But my plan depends on supporters like you and I need you to march beside me.
Once again, will you click this link right now and contribute $60, $100, $250, $500, $1,500 or even $3,000 to protect American freedom?
Supporters like you have already contributed $17,813 towards this important goal. Will you help me reach $33,850 by donating right now?
Your foot-soldier for freedom,
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