Fwd: Fw: St. Louis County Executive Race, Tony Pousosa

From: Julie S.
Sent on: Thursday, October 17, 2013 9:29 AM

I am passing this message on as a request from a Ron Paul supporter.  This candidate is not getting help from the Republican establishment and is seeking grassroots support.

If you want to help please contact Lisa Pannett. Her email is in the forwarded message.

----- Forwarded Message -----
> From: Lisa Pannett <[address removed]>
> To: "[address removed]" <[address removed]>
> Sent: Wednesday, October 2,[masked]:55 AM
> Subject: St. Louis County Executive Race, Tony Pousosa
>
> Dear Friends,
>
> Tony Pousosa will be running on the Republican ticket for St. Louis County Executive.  If we want local government fixed, we must support grassroots candidates that will try to be part of the solution and not more of the problem.  Tony is part of the solution.  You and I are the other part of the solution.  We must take the time needed to participate in local government.  I am writing you today because a campaign costs money.  Signs, campaign literature, venues for fundraiser, etc. are not free.  If we want grassroots candidates it is a necessity that we all give of our time, talents and treasure.  We need your help with all three.  If we do not give money to help with a campaign, we will get Charlie Dooley, Steve Stenger or a candidate just like them.  
>
> Tony's webpage is:  www.tonypousosa.com 
>
> There is a giving link on the page.  If you could be a monthly patriot and give $10, $25, $50, $100 or more per month, please email me to set something up.
>
> There is also a volunteer page.  Please give of your time.  
>
> The local government has been attacking the local church and christians.  Ignoring this fact, will not make it go away.  We need you.
>
> PILOT programs are being floated right now as a way to generate revenue.  This acronym stands for "Payment in Leiu of Taxes".  They are looking at ways for the church and other non for profits to give voluntary taxes.  In their words, it is better for them to do this voluntarily but if need be you would use a carrot/stick approach which includes threatening of pulling non for profit status, zoning and permits.  
>
> We do not want to see the continual push at the church.  If you want to feed the homeless, you have to be within the law to do that.  Make no mistake, they are pushing at the church and it will eventually become a shove.
>
> Thanks and God Bless,
>
> Lisa
>
>

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