Virginians Warn Warner and Webb: A Yes-Vote for Cloture to Ebb Debate on ObamaCare is Yes to ObamaCare by Which Cherished Freedoms Will Ebb..·
Virginians warn Warner and Webb: Your yes-vote for cloture to ebb debate on ObamaCare was yes to ObamaCare by which cherished freedoms will ebb. You may still believe you'll be able to "sell" to the voters the fable that subsequent voting of "nay" to oppose it, means "for" it you couldn't be labeled.
Although in the past many voters have swallowed such hogwash promoted in later campaigns, the tea-party gains will greatly outnumber such voters. And thus you no longer can count on "Jay-Walking" voters to mount a margin of vict'ry because your vote-hist'ry the tea-party crowd won't discount.
However, you still have a chance to earn your redemption. The chance? When cloture is sought to vote on what's wrought in conference, vote "No, not a chance." If this you would do you would earn respect from the folks who discern the way that ObamaCare our freedoms apart would tear, and thus might secure your next term. In contrast, if "yes" you would vote the next time on cloture your vote and thus not abort the conference report, unseat you we will with our votes.
To Webb: So this message you'll see, Virginians will fax it to thee to give you a chance to think in advance on what your next vote ought to be. To Eight-Zero-Four after One, then Seven then Seven then One, then Eight and then Three, then One and then Three-- from us many faxes will come. Spend Christmas digesting this warning, and ready yourself for disarming the next cloture goal and thus replace coal you left in our stockings this morning.
Virginians desiring to send this message to Senator "Jim" should print-out this page and promptly engage your hardware to fax it to him. And if, as you're reading these lines, you notice the rhythm and rhyme, and if you prefer the format for verse, scroll-down for the stanzas and lines.
warn Warner and Webb:
may still believe
you'll be able
in the past many voters
you still have a chance
this you would do you would earn
contrast, if "yes" you would vote
Christmas digesting this warning,
desiring to send
--Jim Wrenn, Virginia voter with a long memory and countless friends with equally long memories.
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