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Alabama Tornado Relief Fund - Please Donate

All,

I'm the state coordinator for the Campaign for Liberty in Alabama and as many of you know we were devastated by a series of tornadoes that have claimed over 200 lives and destroyed entire towns and cities.

The Tuscaloosa tornado came within 100 yards of YAL's University of Alabama president's home and our county coordinator there had a close call with family members escaping with minor injuries after their home was blown away.

To help out the victims the Campaign for Liberty in Alabama has set up a Tornado Relief fund. If you can, donate here.

We hope you give this link wide dissemination - 100% of the proceeds will go directly to help those affected by the tornadoes - we will not take a "cut" like many organizations do and you can be assured the money will go where it is most needed.

Please Donate Here if you can.

In Liberty,

Marcelo D. Muñoz
Campaign for Liberty in Alabama
www.alc4l.org



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Heart warming to see this

Heart warming to see this effort. Time to share a blessing.

Trust in God, but tie your camel tight.

"Socialism needs two legs on which to stand; a right and a left. While appearing to be in complete opposition to one another,they both march in the same direction." - Paul Proctor

Thank you!

Thank you all. Every bit helps.

We've gotten donations from Michigan, Virginia, North Carolina, Maryland, and New Jersey. THANK YOU!

Check for www.alc4l.org for details.

Kansas

Thank you Amanda for getting Kansas on the Board. What a great example of people helping people and letting government get out of the way.

Here's the link

https://secure.campaignforliberty.com/contribute.php?projid=355

The tornado passed about 3 miles north of me

last night. In Elmore County Alabama, it is bad. We are about 100 or so miles southeast of Tuscaloosa. Folks ended up in a pond last night when it hit a trailer park, whole houses have disappeared. There are 5 schools that will be closed indefinitely, and a guy I have been friends with since we were 5 lost his Aunt and Cousin last night.

My Sunday school teacher and family can't stay in their home, it is bad. Locally there are several places that are taking donations in food, clothing, and money.

Seeing some of it first hand and knowing the people affected it can say they do need help.

*May the only ones to touch your junk, be the ones you want to touch your junk.*

i didnt know it got that bad that far south

pray for us up here in bham it is a war zone. been working my ass off helping family and friends the destruction is beyond words. and yes there are national guard troops carrying assualt rifles on patrol with curfews. That bullshit is so uncalled for

On lake Martin

the "authorities" were telling people if they left their homes they would not be allowed back. I rented I bobcat to a guy Saturday that lived up there to clean up with, I guess he made it back home cause I didn't hear anything back from him. I agree the troops carrying arms is uncalled for.

*May the only ones to touch your junk, be the ones you want to touch your junk.*

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for a good cause!

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Thanks.