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Public Advocate Announces Sale of Bin Laden Toilet Paper Benefiting Relief Effort

Washington, DC - Public Advocate of the United States, a non-profit pro-family organization based in northern Virginia, is launching a campaign to support the victims of the September 11 attack and their families and to help fuel the fire of patriotism burning in American hearts. Public Advocate will distribute 100,000 American flags and sell "Wipeout Terrorism" toilet paper, featuring the face of Usama Bin Laden, to benefit the Salvation Army, AmeriCares' Heroes Fund, and the Survivors Fund of the National Capital Area. The toilet paper is now available online at www.conservativeaction.org

The campaign was kicked-off amid Public Advocate volunteers and supporters outside of the Dirksen Senate Office Building. Executive Director Eugene Delgaudio announced that the goal for the campaign would be to raise $50,000 for relief organizations.

"In this time of crisis, we hope Americans everywhere will use this humorous outlet to help the thousands affected by these cowardly acts," stated Delgaudio. "Public Advocate encourages all Americans to continue to allow this period of our history to pull us closer together, and as President Lincoln put it 'Care for him who has born the battle, and his widow and his orphan.'"

Public Advocate has been fighting for family rights since its inception in 1978. The group is a non-profit organization under section 501.c.(4) of the IRS code, located in Falls Church, Virginia. Donations to the organization are not tax-deductible.

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