Skip to comments.The Heritage Foundation: Stop the liberal assault on our values, and protect our Constitution
Posted on 10/05/2011 5:52:09 PM PDT by VU4G10
This week, Heritage is releasing a first-of-its-kind television ad that will air on Fox News, Fox Business, and other networks. Featured in the ad are Heritage Trustee Steve Forbes and leading Heritage policy expert James Carafano. Have you seen it yet?
With a potential audience of more than 1,000,000 people, Heritage now reaches conservatives in a brand-new way--rallying them together to call on Congress and the White House to cut government spending, stop the liberal assault on our values, and protect our Constitution.
Im calling on you as a fellow conservative to help us raise the funds needed to cover the costs to film, edit, produce, and air these advertisements. How much we raise will directly affect the number of people we can reach.
Will you help?
Our deadline is midnight, October 6. And thanks to a generous $10,000 gift from the Benwood Foundation in Chattanooga, Tennessee, every gift you make to this campaign is worth double.
These funds will allow us to be ready for the critical last three months of the year--when Congress debates the super committee recommendations and the presidential race heats up.
We are so grateful to have you on our side.
(Excerpt) Read more at heritageontv.com ...
Glad they have remembered we have a constitution. They have been asleep at the Rino wheel for a while.
Heritage, behind the scenes, is pushing Mittens.
They were big big advocates of RomneyCare, from some of the quotes that I have read.
how do you know this?
Insiders from a major conservative organization that got co-opted by Romney through Heritage. Heritage was given a lot of money from Romney backers.
Save your money, folks. You're going to need it.
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