Defund ObamaCare Now!

The IRS has proposed a new rule that would prohibit Campaign for Liberty from sharing information regarding how your elected officials stand on issues such as Audit the Fed, NSA spying, and replacing ObamaCare 60 before a general election and 30 days before a primary — the very time most people are interested in learning about their elected officials’ positions.

This rule would even prohibit state C4L activists from hosting non-partisan candidate forums where people could directly question their candidates!

C4L members and other liberty-minded Americans have won a great victory by passing H.R. 3865, the Stop Targeting of Political Beliefs by the IRS Act, in the U.S. House, and now we must turn up the heat on the Senate to follow suit.

Help us fight back by signing your “Stop the IRS Gag Rule” Fax Petition to your senators today!

And after you sign your Fax Petition, please pitch in to our efforts to keep our momentum going against this rule with a generous contribution of $50, $40, $30, or $20!

Stop the IRS' Gag Rule Fax Petition to:

My U.S. Senators

Whereas:   The IRS has proposed a regulation on “candidate-related activity” by 501(c)(4) “social welfare” organizations that would forbid Campaign for Liberty from sending out any communications mentioning a candidate for office for 60 days before a general election and 30 days before a primary; and
Whereas:   This rule would prohibit Campaign for Liberty from informing its members and the general public about their elected officials’ positions on major issues during the time people are most interested in receiving this information; and
Whereas:   I have joined Campaign for Liberty in order to enhance my ability to effect the legislative and policy process by receiving information on my elected officials’ positions and working with like-minded Americans to get legislators to stand for liberty; and
Whereas:   For the IRS to threaten C4L and like-minded groups with audits, harassments, and even loss of their 501(c)(4) tax-exempt status for exercising their First Amendment rights to name active candidates in their communications discriminates against C4L because of the content of their communications and violates the First Amendment; and
Whereas:   The U.S. House has overwhelmingly passed H.R. 3865, the Stop Targeting of Political Beliefs by the IRS Act, to block this rule for a year;
Therefore:   I urge you to stand up for the First Amendment and follow the House’s lead by passing S. 2011 (the Senate companion to H.R. 3865), as well as doing everything else in your power to stop the IRS from bypassing congressional action and implementing this outrageous new rule (Regulation IR-2013-92).
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