Friday, October 31, 2008

More “Not Exactly” Reminders

We continue to examine some of the claims of Mr. Obama and seriously wonder if maybe the truth might not be better in the long run.

I was a professor of Law—Not Exactly, you were a senior lecturer on leave.

I was a Constitutional Lawyer—Not Exactly, you were a senior lecturer on leave.

Without me, there would be no ethics bill—Not Exactly, you didn’t write it, introduce it, change it, or create it.

The ethics bill was hard to pass—Not Exactly, it took just 14 days from start to finish.

I wrote a tough nuclear bill—Not Exactly, your bill was rejected by your own party for its pandering and lack of all regulation, mainly because of your nuclear donor, Exelon, from which David Axelrod came.

I have released my state records—Not Exactly, as of March 2008, state bills you sponsored or voted for have yet to released, exposing all the special interest’s pork hidden within.

I took on the Altgeld Gardens asbestos mess—Not Exactly, you were part of a large group of people who allegedly remedied Altgeld Gardens. You failed to mention anyone else but yourself in your books. The evidence of asbestos in Altgeld Gardens remains today.

My economics bill will help America—Not Exactly, your 111 economic policies were just combined into a proposal which lost 99-0, and even YOU voted against your own bill.

I have been a bold leader in Illinois—Not Exactly, even your own supporters claim to have not see bold action on your part.

I passed 26 of my own bills in one year—Not Exactly, they were not your bills but rather handed to you, after their creation by a fellow senator, to assist you in a future bid for higher office.

After those little reality checks it is time to “cleanse the palette.” I have a short video from a “real” American who clearly understands and loves his country. We don’t know his name. He is not advertising himself but rather his heartfelt and hard won beliefs.

The claim is made that the video has been viewed 11,000,000 times. That number would represent roughly 3% of the American people. I would be much more comfortable if that were 30% and not 3%. Please share it with anyone you can hold down long enough to view it.

I choose to believe that we are populated with more folks like this vet than we are with community organizers. I find their selfless devotion to their fellow citizens far more valuable to the nation.

I beg you, make no assumptions about this election. Your vote, and the vote of every single person you know is required if we are to continue this experiment in liberty. I hope by now that you realize that it is seriously threatened. You may possibly think your part is small; it is not and it is vital.

In His abiding love,

Cecil Moon

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