Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Bills: The Next Rand Paul

Dear friend of Liberty,

This week, Sen. Rand Paul took a lonely stand in the Senate to stop foreign aid programs to Egypt -- one of many such stands he has taken against unconstitutional programs like the PATRIOT Act, the NDAA, and SOPA.  With the help of a few other pro-liberty Senators like Mike Lee of Utah, he's been able to block a lot of bad legislation.

But Rand needs reinforcements -- which is why I'm so excited to introduce you to the YAL PAC's newest endorsement:  Kurt Bills.

Kurt is endorsed by Ron Paul and running for U.S. Senate as a Republican in Minnesota.

He is a high school economics teacher who jumped into politics in 2008 as a "citizen-legislator," as he grew a feeling of responsibility to his young students overwhelmed by the debt and deficits they will inherit.  He ran for City Council in a field of 26 candidates and won the seat without putting up a single yard sign.

Here is a small sampling of Kurt Bills' positions on the issues:

    Opposes all tax increases and the federal income tax
    Supports a non-interventionist foreign policy that puts America first
    Opposes the NDAA, PATRIOT Act, TSA, and SOPA
    Supports a full audit and abolishing the Federal Reserve
    Supports federalism on all legislation not specifically authorized in the Constitution

Please take a minute to learn more about Kurt Bills here.  He is exactly the candidate we need to assist Rand Paul and Mike Lee in their fight for liberty in the Senate!

Then, please give what you can to elect Kurt to the Senate -- $25, $50, $250 or $2,500 ($5,000 for couples) -- through the YAL PAC.

Kurt is running in a tough race:  Once he wins the GOP primary, he'll face an incumbent, statist Democrat with a huge fundraising machine behind her. 

That's why it's so important that our movement get behind Kurt NOW to make this a fair fight.  I am confident together we can give Minnesota a strict constitutionalist in the Senate -- but you and I have to support Kurt Bills now.

For liberty,

Jeff Frazee
YAL Executive Director

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