Tea Bags Not Really Racists After All
Please take a few moments to enjoy this great email MeanMesa received from Reverend C.L. Bryant, FreedomWorks Foundation Fellow and Runaway Slave. If you have ever had any incorrect thoughts about the progressive side of Dick Armey's corporate "grass roots," maybe the good reverend's letter will help settle the matter once and for good.
There can be no doubt that the film will result in a flood tide of new voters rushing to the Republican side of the 2012 ballots.
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My name is C.L. Bryant—former Democrat and NAACP Chapter President—current Tea Party leader and freedom fighter.
As a minister and a Black conservative, I believe in an America defined by courage, liberty and faith. A country where, as Martin Luther King, Jr. said, people are judged not by the color of their skin but by the content of their character. In fact, if the liberal media would take a minute to stop calling Tea Partiers "racists" they'd find out that's what we are all about. You've probably heard me speak about these convictions if you attended FreedomWorks' Taxpayer March on Washington in 2009 or 2010.
Still, I wanted to do more. I wanted to open the eyes of Black America to see what I have come to see: that big government policies have enslaved the Black community to a cycle of poverty and dependence. So I partnered with FreedomWorks Foundation and filmed a documentary where I expose how supposed Black "leaders" like Al Sharpton have deceived the Black community into voting for the very same liberal government policies that hurt them. I crisscrossed the country interviewing other Black conservatives, Tea Party members and journalists who were willing to speak truth to power. I titled the documentary "Runaway Slave" because that's how I feel; I've run away from the slavery of government oppression and toward the blessings of individual liberty.
But we aren't done yet. FreedomWorks Foundation and I need your help to complete the editing, production and distribution of this film. Your help will show that patriotic Americans are united, not by race, but by a love of freedom. Please make a tax-deductible donation to FreedomWorks Foundation right now to help us finish this film.
You can watch our latest trailer of the film below or by clicking here.
Whether you can give $20 or $2,000, please make your tax-deductible donation to FreedomWorks Foundation immediately. Your gift will go right into the final stage of creating this film and bringing the message of courage, liberty and faith to America. Your gift will:
- Pay for video editors to assemble the stories and rent the editing equipment.
- Purchase historical stock footage from video libraries.
- Hire producers to dig through the hours of interviews and footage to find the right, persuasive stories.
- Allow us to bypass liberal Hollywood and get this life-changing film into theaters near you.
- Help us reach millions through email and other internet resources.
Thank you and God Bless,
Reverend C.L. Bryant
FreedomWorks Foundation Fellow and Runaway Slave
P.S. -- To learn more about the Runaway Slave movie project please visit us online here.