Tomorrow (July 12, 2012) Starts the Final Push to Pass Audt the FED
Matt Haws, Campaign for Liberty
Tomorrow, July 12, 2012, starts the final push to pass Audit the Fed (H.R. 459) out of the House and advance one step closer to yanking back the curtain on the Fed’s secrecy.
As you probably know by now, Audit the Fed recently passed out of committee, and a full floor vote in the House is just around the corner.
But the crony capitalists who leech off the Fed’s bailouts and “special loan guarantees” will be fishing around for any fence-straddling congressmen.
Arms will be twisted. Careers will be threatened. Campaign contributions will be offered.
All to prevent you from knowing the truth about the Fed playing God with our economy.
That can all change.
But only with your support tomorrow.
Tomorrow is Campaign for Liberty’s Audit the Fed Money bomb and I hope I can count on you to make a generous contribution so C4L can mobilize outraged Americans to turn up the heat on Congress to pass Audit the Fed.
The good news is, almost 80% of Americans support transparency at the Fed
The numbers are on our side.
Our job is to harness the power of grassroots activists through online banner ads, emails, blogs, direct mail, and phones in order to crank up the pressure on Congress to support Audit the Fed.
So please remember to make your most generous contribution tomorrow.
Help make Campaign for Liberty’s Audit the Fed Money bomb a massive success so you and I can rally the overwhelming majority of Americans who support accountability and transparency at the Fed and pass this vital legislation..
Thank you for all that you do.
P.S. A floor vote in the U.S. House of Representatives on Audit the Fed (H.R. 459) is just around the corner!
After years of pressuring Congress to end the Fed’s secretive manipulation of our economy, you and I have the chance to make history.
So I hope I can count on you to make your most generous contribution tomorrow to C4L’s Audit the Fed Money bomb so we can mobilize millions of Americans through online ads, emails, direct mail, and phone calls to pressure Congress to support this vital legislation.