Editorial: Sept. 18, 2009 — Patriots: 'Tis the season to be Pac-ing!

by John Charlton

It’s little understood and  little appreciated by your average American Joe and Jane. But a powerful and decisive tool for political victory.

You’ve all heard of them. But almost none of you has one.

You all need one this year, to defeat tyranny and restore the Constitutional Republic.

Of what am I speaking?

A Pac.

Now is the time for you, yes, you who are reading this Editorial, to start your very own pac.  Why?  Because the 2010 elections will be a veritable battle for the soul and existence of the Constitutional Republic, and without you having your own pac, just like the other million + Tea party patriots, you cannot defeat tyranny at the voter’s both…

Here is a FAQ on pacs…and why they are so important.

WHAT DOES “PAC” STAND FOR?

A Pac is a “Political Action Committee”.

WHAT IS A POLITICAL ACTION COMMITTEE?

According to the U.S. government:

The term “political action committee” (PAC) refers to two distinct types of political committees registered with the FEC: separate segregated funds (SSFs) and nonconnected committees. 

Basically, SSFs are political committees established and administered by corporations, labor unions, membership organizations or trade associations. These committees can only solicit contributions from individuals associated with connected or sponsoring organization.

By contrast, nonconnected committees–as their name suggests–are not sponsored by or connected to any of the aforementioned entities and are free to solicit contributions from the general public. For additional information, consult our Separate Segregated Funds and Nonconnected Committees fact sheet.

WHAT DO PACs DO?

Political Action Committees, commonly called “PACs,” are organizations dedicated to raising and spending money to either elect or defeat political candidates. (About.com)

WHY ARE PACs IMPORTANT?

The Federal Election Commissions reports that PACs raised $629.3 million, spent $514.9 million, and contributed $205.1 million to federal candidates from January 1, 2003 through June 30, 2004. (About.com).

Indeed, since getting the vote out, means informing and motivating voters, it is decidedly important for candidates to have the funds to do this.  Constitutionally minded candidates will face a withering battle against the Marxist supporting media in this country in 2010.  It will be a battle to the death.  Pacs are necessary to raise the funds and direct them to such candidates.

WHY SHOULD I FOUND A PAC?

Even though pacs, individually are restricted to the amount of donations they can make to an individual campaign or national party; they are a crucial tool of fundraising, because

with your own pac, you can solicit your friends to make donations, donations which they would NEVER give to a particular candidate or party; but with your friendship as a motive, can be persuaded to support a Pac which has as its goal supporting candidates who are committed to constitutional princples, in whatever state or race they are running.

Thus, if Patriots founded 50,000 Pacs this year, and say, one embattled candidate in Oregon needed funding, those 50,000 packs could each send a small contribution of $100, and the candidate would garner $5 MILLION in support, enough to win most congressional races.

Pacs are not only for the rich or connected; even house moms or round the clock workers can found a pac.  Be patriotic, think of your country; use the tools of politics to fight for liberty!  Everyone can do it, take the initiative!

HOW DO I FOUND A PAC?

Its easy; the government even has a handy application kit:

Download our Nonconnected PAC Registration Toolkit
The complete package of forms and other information necessary to register a committee with the FEC. (c/o the Federal Elections Commission)

HOW EASY IS IT?

It’s not only easy, it’s easier that living under tyranny, or having to start an armed revolution.

It’s also fun and inspiring to see what you can do to save the nation and mobilize a grass roots movement in your own neighborhood or community.

For more Information see: http://www.fec.gov/ans/answers_pac.shtml#pac

‘TIS THE SEASON TO BE PAC-ING

Now is the time to get prepared for the 2010 elections, which are just under 14 months away.

Christmas season is nearly upon us. This is the time of the year that raising money is easy. I am all for charitable donations to the poor, but this year America Herself is threatened to Her core.  The poor we will always have to take care of; Liberty we might not always have.

Plus constitutionally minded candidates will not consider running without knowing there are Pacs to support them.

And this year, more than any other year, fund faising for Constitutionally loyal candidtates will be a breeze.

Common folk, your average american guy or gal, who is unknown, can win this year, IF they get the funding.

Found a pac, start a blog, network with other Pacs round the country.  Get a coffe-can, put an american flag round it; and take it with you everywhere; put it on your counter, in your cubicle, etc.; collect small change every day, and you can at least raise $3000 a year; engage your entire family, and raise $20,000; it’s a sure victory, with Obama making himself and his party so hateful to everyone.

Network locally to raise funds and interest; network in your state and around the country to coordinate help for worthy candidates.

Get pac-ing, Patriots!

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  3. da verg   Saturday, September 19, 2009 at 5:29 PM

    can i found the

    Citizens for the
    Consitution PAC ?

    Mr. Charlton replies: It is my understanding that you can name your pac anything you like: Just be sure to do a thorough name check, to make sure no one else has the same name in their pac; to avoid conflicts and charges of misrepresentation. I therefore recommend a peculiar name; do an internet search; you’d be amazed how many good names are already taken.

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