Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Kokesh Endorses Year of Youth

"[Year of Youth] will be the largest youth movement our country has ever seen."
--Adam Kokesh: Honorably discharged Marine Corps Sergeant; former board member, Iraq Veterans Against the War.

Adam Kokesh is looking to change the face of politics. And so are Year of Youth. With endorsements from key liberty candidates including Mr. Kokesh, Project 2012 hopes to make a huge difference in youth politics in the coming years.Co-founder Jared Fuller when speaking on the Kokesh endorsement had this to say: "We are proud to have the endorsment of a pro-peace Republican such as Adam; that is to say, Adam's endorsement shows us how trans-partisan Year of Youth truly is. This movement transcends traditional party lines and is moving forward not based on political affiliation, but on the issues whose time has come." They are deadly serious about achieving their goals but cannot do it without our help. This endorsement is a huge step for Year of Youth as Fuller put it in the press release: "Please consider Adam's endorsement as a very solid reason to contribute to Year of Youth today." For Year of Youth to be a successful vehicle for real change in this country it needs to be a tightly knit community with a firm center. To that end they are looking for office space to plant a Head Quarters, as Mr. Fuller puts it "In the belly of the beast." but this goal will take money. So they need us. Liberty minded Americans to take the initiative and help them make a difference. Now we can either choose to stand by and watch as our country goes up in flames, or fight back. It's your choice. As for me, I choose to fight. Are you with us? Do you have what it takes to be a true patriot? 11/5/2012, see you there.

To contribute please follow this link ----> https://yearofyouth.netboots.net/contribute

Kokesh endorsement here: -----> http://www.yearofyouth.org/adam-kokesh-endorses-year-of-youth

Consider joining the core team!: ------> http://www.yearofyouth.org/apply

Thanks for your time and consideration!

Yours In Liberty,
Paul St.Jean

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