Wednesday, March 31, 2010

C4L AZ Grassroots Activist Bootcamp Training This Saturday

Dear Fellow Patriots:

Just a reminder that our Grassroots Activist Bootcamp Training in Phoenix is this Saturday, April 3rd.  And tickets are on sale NOW!

Are you ready to effect major political change, to reclaim our natural right to our Liberty?

Are you ready to make the politicians finally listen to us and undo the harm they have done to us over the years?

As Campaign for Liberty believes that greater constituent pressure upon the political class is generally a healthy thing, members of any organization that believes in limited government are welcome.

This isn’t a seminar on ideas or theories – this school is about how to create change. This not a class on how to schmooze, but what you need to do to be respected and feared by the political class. If you are frustrated by politicians who say one thing at the Tea Party Rally but break their promise at the Capitol, then you need to be at this school.

Training is this Saturday, April 3rd in Phoenix. We are also working on scheduling training in Tucson, Flagstaff, Prescott, Kingman, Yuma, and more.

Visit now for complete details and to purchase your tickets.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Best Regards,

Kelly Fink
Arizona Campaign for Liberty
State Co-Coordinator

_____Paul Revere
and Lil Bit
Americans dedicated to preserving the Constitution have three basic principles binding us together as multi-party, patriots who are concerned with the usurpation of our laws and American ways of life: constitutional limited government, fiscal responsibility and free markets. We value personal responsibility, rule of law and national sovereignty. In the days before the Revolutionary War, Paul Revere organized a group of determined patriots that grew out of the Sons of Liberty. The group established an intelligence network that monitored the actions of the British army in Boston, and then sent news of the movements to patriot leaders. They discovered that British troops were planning to march on Lexington and Concord on the evening of April 18, 1775, which led to Revere’s famous midnight ride to warn Samuel Adams, John Hancock and other colonists that the British were coming.

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