Monday, December 24, 2012

Merry Christmas from Campaign for Liberty

Dear friend of liberty,

What a year it’s been!

As my staff and I gear up for 2013, I just wanted to express my gratitude for how much you have helped our organization accomplish.

And before we all take a much needed respite from politics tomorrow, I also wanted to wish you and yours a Merry Christmas!

Campaign for Liberty has truly changed the dynamic in Washington, while establishing quite a reputation for refusing to take the pressure off the statists.

Thanks to our dedicated volunteers and contributors, we’ve been able to do things no one imagined possible just a few short years ago.

This year, our members dialed up the heat and ensured Audit the Fed passed the House of Representatives by a three-fourths majority!

And while it would appear that, short of a Christmas miracle, Harry Reid will prevent Audit the Fed from receiving a vote in the Senate this Congress, we’ve made incredible progress.

Before it became our top legislative priority, the Federal Reserve was shielded from any substantial public debate and scrutiny.

When Audit the Fed was first reintroduced in 2009, it had only five original cosponsors.

Now, hundreds of elected officials know they had better be on the right side of the American people on this issue.

If Harry Reid thinks Audit the Fed will simply go away, he’s got another thing coming.

All of the success we’ve experienced so far is just a warm-up for what comes next!

This next Congress will present many challenges, but it will also grant us tremendous opportunities to further our cause.

Together, you and I can make Audit the Fed the law of the land, and our grassroots mobilization efforts will leave Bernanke, the Fed, and their statist allies wondering what hit them.

Thanks again for your continued support and efforts to reclaim the Republic, restore the Constitution, and advance the message of liberty.

From all of us at C4L, have a Merry Christmas and a very Happy New Year!

In Liberty,

John Tate

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