Tuesday, October 23, 2012

MoveOn is freaking out about Romney triumph

You remember the left wing group MoveOn, don't you? The phrase comes from their insistence that people move past Bill Clintion's perjury and adultery, just "move on" to other issues.

From the MoveOn About page:


MoveOn.org Civic Action was started by Joan Blades and Wes Boyd, two Silicon Valley entrepreneurs. Although neither had experience in politics, they shared deep frustration with the partisan warfare in Washington D.C. and the ridiculous waste of our nation's focus at the time of the impeachment mess.

On September 18th 1998, they launched an online petition to "Censure President Clinton and Move On to Pressing Issues Facing the Nation." Within days they had hundreds of thousands of individuals signed up, and began looking for ways in which these voices could be heard.


So today a friend, who covertly monitors MoveOn by subscribing to their email newsletter, got this message from them today.

I had to chuckle as I read this missive. It is truly funny. MoveOn is suffering from insomnia, fear, anxiety, all because their precious Barry Soetoro aka Barack Obama, may not be re-hired as president.

I would call this an alarmist reaction. "Donate money to us, so we can get to sleep at night, having sweet dreams of Obama totalitarianism ruling over the USA."

Blame your candidate. He has failed miserably, he lies constantly, and he has publicly stated he wants to "downsize" America. His friends are Communists, he is a puppet of Valerie Jarrett from Iran, and he is subservient to George Soros, green energy con artists, and the globalist agenda.


Dear MoveOn member,

I'm freaking out.

Despite President Obama and Vice President Biden dominating the past few debates, the race is still incredibly close.

It's scary. 

And I'm not sleeping much any more. 

This whole election is coming down to which side can turn out the most voters. 

And the only thought that helps me fall asleep--rather than staying up worrying--is that I know I can count on MoveOn members like you, Henry, to step up and help us win. 

We're making election calls to fellow MoveOn members in swing states and key districts and asking them to volunteer to make sure voters get to the polls.

Can you join us? 

 Yes, I can make some calls.

Thanks for all you do.

--Robin, Amy, Milan, Ryan, and the rest of the team



Huffington Post: "Debate: With Little Mention of Afghanistan or Drones, Obama Avoids Hard Questions"

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