In just one weekend, you and I made America a better place.
We packed Texas Stadium to the rafters and our positive message of love, hope, charity and FREEDOM is still reverberating across the country!
Just look at what we accomplished in one weekend alone:
• Because of YOU, we raised over one million meals for the homeless and delivered them to 12 cities.
• Because of YOU, we repaired roofs and installed air conditioners in churches nationwide that had suffered disrepair for years.
• Because of YOU, fences were mended and painted, parks were cleaned, the elderly were cared for, and millions were inspired by our outpouring of love and charity!
If you were there with us in Texas — or with us in spirit — please accept my heartfelt thanks on behalf of the entire Mercury One family, and everyone who was touched by the outpouring of our love and charity.
But now comes the hard part…and we talked about this on Sunday. Now it’s up to you and me to keep this incredible, wonderful thing going.
It isn’t enough to roll into Texas Stadium for a day, and then leave and forget about everything we accomplished…everything we prayed for…the firm commitment we made to each other and our country. Just like Presidents George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, and the venerable Dr. Martin Luther King, you and I are called to be people of MERIT who push ourselves every day to build on our unique American inheritance.
That’s why I’m asking you to help me build on what we started in Texas by making a tax-deductible contribution of $15, $20, $35, $50, or the most generous amount you can afford, to Mercury One right now.
Your gift will help Mercury Oneexpand our mission to work with churches, charities, faith-based groups, businesses and entrepreneurs to feed the hungry, shelter the homeless, provide relief to victims of disaster, and MUCH MORE.
AND if you contribute $35 or more right now, you’ll become an official member of our Mercury One family. To thank you for your generous support, I’ll send you our beautiful, high gloss Badge of Merit lapel pin.
The Badge of Merit is rooted deep in our nation’s founding history. During the Revolutionary War, General George Washington honored three of his soldiers who displayed “extraordinary fidelity and essential service” with the Badge of Merit.
Your Badge of Merit symbolizes your unique leadership role within our Mercury One family. I hope you’ll wear it with pride, so that others can recognize your exceptional commitment to your fellow man, your country and our American freedom!
As a new Mercury One member, you’ll also receive a FREE subscription to Mercury One’s monthly e-newsletter and our daily Mission Report. This is the same report I read every morning to get a clear view of what’s happening in America and around the world.
I firmly believe you and I can accomplish anything when we’re guided by faith, love, charity and the roadmap laid out for us by our Founding Fathers in the Constitution.
Our Restoring Loveevent in Texas is over…but our mission is just beginning! We won’t be pushed around by politicians and bureaucrats who say that charity flows from high taxes and big government! We’re capable people! We’re charitable people! We’re people of merit!
If we do that, we can restore America to the greatness our Founders envisioned!
Thank you for your prayers, your inspiration and your willingness to lead.
P.S. You and I share a fervent belief that if we want smaller government, then we need to show the White House, Congress and all of America that there are hard-working, honorable people LIKE US who are willing to roll up our sleeves and do the work!
Please help our mission today by making a tax-deductible contribution to Mercury One for $15, $20, $35, $50, or the most generous amount you can afford. Your gift will help us expand our patriotic, charitable mission to every city in America.
AND, if you contribute $35 or more, you’ll become an official Mercury One member and receive a Badge of Merit lapel pin, a free subscription to our newsletter, and much more! Thank you again for your leadership.
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