Great News from the Fairtax movement!

Dear Fred, Michael Reagan

I have some very, very exciting news to share with you.

Michael Reagan, the eldest son of former President Ronald Reagan, has just agreed to act as the Honorary Chairman of the FairTax National Victory Campaign!

I wanted to tell you first.

Mike believes, and we agree, that if the FairTax had existed during his father’s time, President Reagan would have been a strong proponent.

It’s not a hard conclusion to reach given that his father said this: “Our federal tax system is, in short, utterly impossible, utterly unjust and completely counterproductive, it reeks with injustice and is fundamentally un-American… it has earned a rebellion and it’s time we rebelled…”

Mike has now agreed to help us get the second American tax revolt moving into high gear. That means a lot of Congressional communications, media work, radio, telephone recordings and television. It means a broader base of supporters behind the beloved legacy of Ronald Reagan, one of our greatest Presidents.

We have needed a strong public “face” and voice for the FairTax and it is hard to imagine a better champion for our needed cause.

I’ve written you before that this will become the “Year of the FairTax” and this is a big step forward toward that goal.

Please help me welcome the newest leader to our work and a fine person.

I’ll have more news about our campaign progress soon and other “inside” details of the work.

Thanks for everything you do and for your steady support. You are the heart of our campaign.

Ken

P.S. Please don’t forget to add your name to our petition to Charlie Rangel and the Ways and Means Committee. Click here to add your voice to our demand for a fair and balanced hearing on a fair and balanced tax system.

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