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by William Windsor

William Windsor has begun a weekly webinar held on Sundays from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. EDT with the purpose of fighting government corruption

(Mar. 22, 2011) — Fellow Countrymen, lend us your ears, eyes, and fingers for just 10 minutes a day.  Will you donate 10 minutes a day to play an important role in fixing our country?

A little frustrated with relatively few volunteers, I have decided that spoon-feeding little bits of help might work better.  Starting now, I will send this 10 Minutes a Day email on a regular basis.  Each day will provide one project that asks for 10 minutes of your time.  Please give us 10 minutes, or go to the bottom of this or any of the 10 Minute emails, and unsubscribe.

Project #1:

Join the Cause — “Support the Constitution, Bill of Rights, & Honesty in Government.”  Go to the Cause Home Page and join.  If you are a Facebook member, it takes 15 seconds.  If you aren’t, please register; you don’t have to give up any data that you don’t wish to share.  Make stuff up if you like.  We hope you will use your real name, but if you need to use an alias, go for it.

Once you have joined, invite friends to join.  Cause.com makes this simple.  You can invite up to 75 Friends a day just by holding your cursor over the first checkbox that appears and clicking as fast as you can 75 times.  It takes maybe 60 seconds.

You’ve still got 8 1/2 minutes to donate.  So, take this link and paste it into an email in your email program.  Address the email to yourself.  Enter this title or one of your own: My Friends, May I ask for 10 Minutes of Your Time.  Then open your email address book and insert the names of your friends in the blind carbon copy (bcc) field.  You can do up to 100 at a time in most email programs.  If you have more than 100 friends, just do as many separate emails as you need to hit everyone.

If you finish in less than 10 minutes, sit back, relax, and think happy thoughts!

With your help, we ARE going to build a network of over 1,000,000 people who will change America for the MUCH BETTER!  All we need is 10 minutes of your time.

For more information, see www.LawlessAmerica.com and www.GetAGripAmerica.us.

All the best,

Bill Windsor


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  2. This really sounds like a scam to me that all people should avoid in my opinion!
    Mrs. Rondeau replies: I listened to one of the webinars, and I can assure you that it is not a scam. Do peruse Mr. Windsor’s websites for more information.