16 Oct 2012 proclus   » (Master)

I'm proud to vote for Jill Stein

Dear Michael L.,

We are at a critical point in our nation’s history. In the face of deep austerity measures, working and poor people are uniting. In the last few weeks alone, teachers in Chicago won a historic strike and Walmart workers walked out on the job for the first time. We must keep building the momentum. Thermometer

And that is why I believe that Green presidential candidate Jill Stein has the most thoughtful and thorough platforms for the American people.

Can you pitch in $50 to Jill Stein’s campaign? If you’ve been waiting for the right moment to give, that time is now to show your support.

Ralph Nader puts it well:

“Jill Stein will ably carry forward the Green banner of majoritarian agendas in our country. Let us hope that the two-party duopolized media notices.”

A donation of $50 is critical in increasing our outreach to new voters seeking a change. Every dollar sends the message that status quo politics is not good enough. Together we will build the demand for Jill Stein’s Full Employment Program, breaking up the banks “too big to fail,” and a Green New Deal for all of us.

We have so much at stake. By uniting our forces we can create and build our own alternatives to a system that is only helping a select few. Together we can rebuild a healthier democracy.

Please show your support today.

Matt Gonzalez

Please take an immediate step by making a donation: http://www.jillstein.org/donate

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Syndicated 2012-10-16 18:32:00 (Updated 2012-10-16 18:32:15) from proclus

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