Sunday, March 22, 2015

Loretta Lynch's nomination is losing support but we must keep up the pressure

From Campaign For Liberty:

Ron Paul was not thinking of Loretta Lynch that day in 1999 when he took to the House floor to argue boldly against civil asset theft.

But his words, delivered with his characteristic eloquence and passion, explain why anyone who thinks civil asset theft is a "wonderful tool" should not be allowed to serve as Attorney General.

That's why I wanted to share this video of Dr. Paul's 1999 floor speech arguing on behalf of his amendment to a civil asset "reform" bill which would have ended this theft once and for all.

Unsurprisingly, that was a step "too far" for the "reformers" in 1999.

But as I write this, the fate of Loretta Lynch's nomination is uncertain. . .

And Campaign for Liberty members taking action are a big part of the reason!

This week Campaign for Liberty sent well over 80,000 petitions to the Senate opposing Obama's scheme to make the queen of civil asset theft the top law enforcement officer in the country.

And as the petitions continue rolling in, several media outlets report Lynch is losing support. . .

. . . one D.C. paper even questioned if Loretta Lynch's nomination was "unraveling."

Not a bad turn of events, considering her confirmation was considered a "sure thing" in Washington, just a few week ago.

Now we must keep the pressure up!

That is why, if you haven't already, I need you to sign your "Vote NO! on Lynch" Action Fax immediately.

Then I hope you will share this video with your friends and family members and ask them to sign their Action Fax.

If we can keep the Senate from confirming Lynch next week, Congress' schedule then works in our benefit.

You see, Friday, March 27th is the last day the Senate is scheduled to be in session before your senators leave town for "spring break."

That gives us an additional two weeks to double-down, working our network to get more activists engaged in this fight to prevent the queen of civil asset theft from becoming Attorney General.

After you've signed your Action Fax and sent this video to your friends and family, please help Campaign for Liberty contact even more Americans by chipping-in $10, $20, or whatever you can afford today.

In Liberty,

John Tate

P.S. Having someone as Attorney General who thinks civil asset theft is a "wonderful tool" would be a disaster for liberty.

I hope you will watch the attached video of Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul explaining in 1999 why civil asset theft is such a grave danger to liberty.

Then, be sure to share it with your family and friends and then ask them to sign their "Vote NO! on Lynch" Action Fax today.

And if you can, please chip in $10 or even $20 to help bolster Campaign for Liberty's efforts to defeat Loretta Lynch's nomination.

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