AFT-webathon-day1

Conservatives4Palin.com is spearheading this effort.

Conservatives4Palin is sponsoring a Webathon to retire the legal debt that Governor Palin amassed while defending herself from frivolous and politically motivated ethics complaints.

To date, all fourteen of these complaints have been dismissed, but in the process of defending herself, Governor Palin amassed over $500,000 in legal debt.

The Alaska Fund Trust is the official Palin legal defense fund. There was limited media attention given to the AFT when it was launched. The attention has tapered off, but Governor Palin’s legal debt is still there and is still accumulating as her enemies have regrouped and are looking for new ways to hit her with more frivolous complaints.

The AFT needs our help.

What use is a grassroots movement if we can’t take a stand and help Governor Palin when she needs us the most?

Conservatives4Palin will sponsor a Webathon from June 15 – 22, 2009, and we encourage all of you to join us and be an active part.

So donate to the Alaska Fund Trust, and then email [email protected].  Be sure to let your friends know!  Let’s knock this debt out!  If you have a blog and are interested in joining the effort contact Conservatives4Palin.com by emailing [email protected].

Here is their intro video:

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