Over the next 44 days, leftists plan to attack capitalism so they can spread their poison of dependency.
With the media at their side, the leftists plan to cut down the opinions that Americans have of capitalism until it no longer exists.
As more Americans are encouraged to depend on the government for their survival, our way of life will disappear. And that's their plan.
There is no country that has freedom without capitalism. Previous generations feared communism for this very reason.
Right now, our freedom is at stake more than ever and the attack isn't coming from a foreign power.
Consider this: after Alexis de Tocqueville, who was French, toured our young nation and novel form of government in 1831 through 1832, he wrote, "The American Republic will endure until the day Congress discovers that it can bribe the public with the public's money."
When nearly half of Americans don't pay income tax and are dependent on the government in some way, we can be sure the day he warned about has come.
Please chip in right now and fight back the leftist lies to protect our Republic with the message of freedom through personal responsibility.
When the poor and many other Americans hear our message of freedom from me, a former single-mother who lived on welfare, they listen. They begin to question everything they've been told to believe about the role of government.
Help me spread our message to Americans who are seduced and trapped by government handouts by donating $50, $100, $250, $500, $1,000 or even $2,500 right now.
Rally with me, defend the Republic by protecting capitalism before it's too late.
Your foot-soldier for freedom,
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