Friday, February 19, 2010

Are you interested in limited government? Are you interested in lower taxes?

If the answer to these questions are yes, you'll not want to miss this event.

Former governor of New Mexico and rumored Presidential candidate Gary Johnson will be appearing in East Lansing on Thursday, February 25 for two very special events: a private briefing for Michigan's grassroots leaders for Liberty, followed by a lecture at Michigan State University.

Proceeds from the private briefing will support the Michigan Campaign For Liberty and the Michigan State chapter of Young Americans for Liberty, sibling grassroots-based organizations that train, equip, and mobilize political pressure for Liberty. The campus event is sponsored by Students for a Free Economy, a project of the Mackinac Center for Public Policy. The Mackinac Center is a foundation for research and education on limited government and free markets.

Tickets are $35.00 and can be purchased here (along with event details):

◆So why would you want to spend your hard earned cash for this event (Lord knows the government takes more than enough of it)?

◆Supporting the student groups of the Liberty movement will produce future leaders advocating limited government.

◆Your support of Campaign for Liberty will help us advance legislation like our Bad ID legislation (anti-Real ID legislation introduce in the Michigan House) and bring experts to testify at committee hearings.

◆Mr Johnson will most likely run for President and we will never again get an opportunity to have one on one contact with him for such a low cost.

◆Our event will be attended by mostly Liberty Activist and you will have lots of opportunities to network with other Liberty Activists.

We hope that you see this as worthwhile and choose to join us,

Tony DeMott
Interim Michigan State Coordinator
Campaign for Liberty

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