Last weekend during a meeting with conservative ethnic minorities from around the state it was noted that during the past 52 years Republicans only won three statewide elections: two governorships and one Senate seat (the other senate seat was an appointment by Gov. Spellman). Technically speaking, Republicans have spent millions during the past 52 years and have come up empty. Why? Because in each of these elections they are losing the ethnic votes in Seattle and the greater King County area and this ethnic population is growing every year.
Since getting the black vote is vitally essential to future success, my 501 C3 foundation, the Legacy of Lincoln Foundation has decided to produce a special edition of my latest book to reach African American leaders and clergy throughout Washington State and beyond. The original book which revealed the role that the Democrats played in denying blacks Civil Rights received raved reviews from the Chairman of the National NAACP. We will change the title of this book to appeal to black leaders and update the contents to include discriminatory practices by the Democrats in 2009 (facts like cutting the funding for Historical Black Colleges by $73 million). The original title was: The Drama of Obama Regarding Racism. The new title will be:
The Politics Behind Racism
The Party That Supported Slavery & Opposed Civil Rights
The book will cover a period from 1792 to 2009, highlighting the Democrats racist past and the Republicans’ efforts to bring about equality. We hope to distribute the book during the week of Dr. King’s birthday and must to raise $25,000 to finance this project. With your help we can finally bring truth the black community before the 2010 election. Please mail your generous tax deductible donation immediately to help us reach our deadline. Send your check or money order to:
The Legacy of Lincoln Foundation
P.O. Box 256
Mercer Island, WA 98040
We will send you a complimentary copy of the book when it comes off the press.
Your help is really appreciated,
Wayne Perryman November 18th, 2009