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January 10, 2005

Still Deeper Off the Deep End: Patriots for Al Gore

You could be forgiven for thinking that the shamefully successful campaign to cajole a lunatic-fringe Senator into contesting Bush's reelection would be the last word in sore loser moonbats' utter inability to adjust to reality. But no matter how deep some of them plunge off the deep end, others plunge deeper still.

There is a group so profoundly divorced from the here and now that they refrain from contesting Bush's reelection because they still haven't understood that he was ever elected in the first place. Patriots for Al Gore "remain committed to restoring the Peoples' President Albert Gore Jr." to the office he never held except in the feverish dreams of the thankfully defeated.

Although it is outside this group's scope to contest the 2004 election, they do denounce it in their Statement of Purpose, expressing their noisy distain for "a status quo that enslaves the soul and stifles the voice." In the next sentence, they go on to scream that "it is a travesty of justice in any Democracy to ignore the will of the people!" But of course here they are referring to the 2000 election, which their candidate won by not losing by as much as their candidate in 2004. If you didn't know that Gore won in 2000, it could be because this fact was "deliberately kept hidden by our media."

In an open letter to Gore, these patriots further demonstrate their commitment to democracy by offering their support should he attempt to take power in a coup d'etat, assuring him that "should the time come in the future when you seek to take that which you earned, we will be here to fight for you."

Gore may be even more of an extremist than some might have thought, to judge by his worshippers' vow to "fight the right-leaning policies of the Democratic Party."

In related news, patients at a Long Island psychiatric facility are petitioning to overturn the results of the 2000 World Series, claiming that the number of games won by the Yankees was deliberately miscalculated as part of a conspiracy by the right-wing sports media.



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How could you ever give up on wanting this man to be our leader?

Posted by Van Helsing at January 10, 2005 6:06 AM

Comments

Tsuki will never cease to amazed by the full extent of Liberal lunacy, and her contempt for those who are infected by it grows every time she finds a new example. She hopes the supply of wooden stakes with which to cure it is as endless as the disease itself.

[giggle]

Tsuki likes that imagery very much! *(^_^)*

DEATH TO MOONBATS! STAKE 'EM ALL!

Grrr.

Posted by: Tsuki Hoseki at January 10, 2005 6:51 AM

My only concern going forward is the extent of VanHelsing's oral fixation. Between the Algore and [HOOOOOOWL] Boxerbab images, I'm a little worried. And, I do recall seeing Moncia Lewinsky's
name appear in previous posts. Perhaps VanHelsing has a controling interest in some dental hygiene supply outfit. All very conspiratorial.

Shoot first,

The MaryHunter

Posted by: The MaryHunter at January 10, 2005 7:19 AM

If you keep misrepresenting this PAC, I will have no other choice but to seek legal action against you for libel, whoever you are. NOWHERE on our site or in any letter do we even suggest taking power by a coup de tat.It refers to taking the Presidency back by running for President, and you know that because nowhere on our site would we or do we ever advocate any such thing. Just why do we threaten you so much? Do you really think you are being funny here? If you do not remove this or post a retraction to your misrepresentations of this PAC, its purpose, and the charcater of those in it, I will then seek out action to make it right. Don't think this is a game, because it isn't.And thisi s being kept for reference.

Posted by: Jan Moore at March 30, 2005 10:12 AM

Jan,

Sorry if I misinterpreted the phrase "should the time come in the future when you seek to take that which you earned, we will be here to fight for you" in light of what I seem to recall was some pretty overheated rhetoric. But the whole phrase is quoted in my post, so readers can judge for themselves how to interpret it. In any case, you and I are probably the only people who are still aware that this post is online.

Posted by: Van Helsing at March 30, 2005 7:30 PM

Sorry, but intimating we are crazy and twisting the meanings of our words is in fact, libelous. Our PAC is not here for the entertainment of those who simply need something to talk about as a joke. Our work is serious to us, and our support for Mr. Gore is sincere. It also doesn't matter how many see it, as it is still meanspirited in its presentation. The interpretation of the comment you quoted BTW, regarding, "taking back" the White HOuse which he earned, mean running for Presdient again, or as we had orignally tried for, some sort of constitutional or legal remedy, which we now know will not happen.

We are not crazy, we are however, dedicated to our cause. Your characterization of us was therefore, unfair. However, I accept your apology and consider this matter done. I then trust that in the future should you decide to write about us again, you will first ask what the words mean before insinuating your own meanings upon them. If so, I would be more than happy to explain the meaning of anything I write.
Thank you,
Jan Moore

Posted by: Jan Moore at March 30, 2005 7:52 PM