CHQ - Join Richard Viguerie and the Army of 164,000 Fed Up Americans in the Online Tax Revolt

Join Richard Viguerie's team of fed up Americans by registering at  - Please join me, Richard Viguerie, and other conservative team leaders in marching on Washington in a tax revolt - and never leave your keyboard.

Launched only a few weeks ago, the online tax revolt already has over 164,000 members. Radio hosts, Rocky D from South Carolina and Martha Zoller from Georgia have become march leaders along with Neal Boortz, Ken Hoagland, Joe the Plumber and Michael Reagan. Click here to see all the team leaders.

Please go to to join my team today. And forward this email to your friends, family, co-workers, pastors, church brethren, etc. so that they may join this tax revolt.

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