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04-16-2010, 07:46 PM
Glen Bradley ₢ Glen Bradley is asking for our help.

Glen is a Constitutionalist running for the NC State House with a ten year plan to restore the Constitution nationwide, starting in the State Houses. He believes that our allies in Congress, such as BJ Lawson and Rand Paul can only be in the minority (regardless of party) in 2011 and 2013, and that they they will need the pressure coming from the several States in order to accomplish our agenda in Washington.

Glen also lives in the same state as the arch-enemy of "Audit The Fed" Mel Watt. Without people like Glen helping to redraw the voting districts in 2011, Mel Watt will remain invulnerable, and a huge obstacle to our goals.

Glen is asking for as many people as possible to come together and make small contributions of $25 on April 19th. The "Midnight Ride" moneybomb is to be modeled after Paul Revere's minuteman network, where everyone to whom this message reaches is asked to tell five people, and ask each one of them to each tell five more, and that everyone involved give the small sum of $25 apiece on April 19th.

A huge number of people making small contributions can fund his entire campaign for the whole year, in one shot alone. Call it "The Shot Heard 'Round The World."

Glen is a serious, principled, and impassioned Constitutionalist who will fight until his dying breath to see the restoration of the Constitutional Order in the United States, and his journey begins in the North Carolina State House.

Please, tell five to tell five, donate $25 to Glen Bradley on April 19th, 2010 at http://glenbradley.net/

04-16-2010, 08:04 PM
I like that -- the "Midnight Ride Moneybomb" everybody tell five to tell five to tell five...just like Paul Revere did in 1775...

April 19th 1775 -- the day EVERYTHING changed

Tue at 11:48am

It all started in April of 1775 -- the people in all thirteen colonies were angry -- the Stamp Act along with the Enabling Acts gave British soldiers free reign to do as they pleased in anybody's home they chose. The Boston Massacre was barely 5 years old, and every additional straw upon the camel's back gave more of the colonists to stand up in outrage.

The British, eager to put down the growing rebellion, awaited outside of Boston Harbor to seize weapons and munitions from the colonists and as we passed through the 13th, 14th, 15th, everybody just knew that something was about to happen.

On April 15th and 16th, word was spread amongst the minuteman networks to be on alert. A platoon of riders (including one silversmith named Paul Revere) were stationed outside of Boston, fearing that if the British landed too quickly they would be unable to get a messenger out of the town. A signal was arranged that the riders could see, lamps would be placed in the tower of the church to describe how the British would be coming -- one if by land, two if by sea.

April 18th, 1775, close to midnight the lamps went up and the riders took off.

The minuteman network was fast and efficient. Each rider had designated houses that he would ride to and pass the message. From each house, then five more riders would spread out and tell five more houses, and five more from there. Within hours, literally all of Massachusetts knew what was happening -- the British were coming!

The British landed and began marching on the battery at Concord, MA on April 19th, 1775. They passed through Lexington and were confronted by a rag-tag platoon of hastily assembled minutemen on Lexington Green. The commander of the British regulars demanded that the colonists disarm and a shot rang out (to this day nobody knows who fired that first shot) when it was over, eight minutemen lay dead on Lexington Green and the balance had fled. The British resumed their march on the battery at Concord.

Finally arriving outside of Concord, the British regulars met literally thousands of colonists at the Old North Bridge and were repelled with overwhelming force. During their retreat back to the sea in Boston, they were harassed with fire from all sides, up and down. The day that started in defeat was to be one of the colonists most stunning victories of the Revolutionary War.

Almost a year later, on April 12th 1776, North Carolina became the first colony on the American continent to officially declare sovereignty from the British Crown. This set off a chain reaction that led straight to Philadelphia and the Declaration of Independence. It is time once again, today, to declare our independence from an overreaching and out fo control government, and once again that battle begins in the states.

Help elect Glen Bradley to the North Carolina State House in 2010 by engaging the modern day minuteman network, tell five people to each tell five more, and everyone give a small donation of $25 at http://glenbradley.net/ Many hands make light work, and with as many people involved around the nation as we can possibly get, no one person will need to bear too large of a burden.

We are the grassroots, and we will overcome! Restore the Constitutional Order today!


North Carolina made history at the Halifax Courthouse on April 12th 1776, as the first place on the American Continent where sovereignty was officially declared from the British Crown. That event is remembered today as the "Halifax Resolves" and it used to be commemorated on our license plates before the liberal progressives running our State deemed it offensive. It's time to restore North Carolina to the First In Freedom State, by electing Glen Bradley to the NC State House. Please participate in our fundraising drive on April 12th, 2010. http://glenbradley.net/