Saturday, July 31, 2010

Moon: My first day will be my vote to fire Nancy Pelosi and hire Republican Speaker of the House

Republican Seventh District Congressional candidate Michael Moon says he will represent his constituents from the moment he receives the GOP nomination. From a press release issued today:

“The trouble with our liberal friends is not that they're ignorant: It's just that they know so much that isn't so.” “Republicans believe every day is Fourth of July, but Democrats believe every day is April 15th.” Ronald Reagan, 40th President of the United States of America.

“Southwest Missourians deserve representation from day one. Some 'experienced' politicians think the job begins January of 2011 in Washington, D.C. Bluntly speaking, my friends, Day One for MIKE MOON begins August 4th, should you elect MIKE MOON as your next Congressman. I won't be a paid public servant for five months and must still win the General Election. But I can assure you I will be “Day One” on-the-job Wednesday, August 4th, shadowing the 7th District Congressional Offices as the Republican nominee and strengthen the Missouri Republican Congressional delegation,” said Mike Moon.

Mike Moon is the Ronald Reagan Republican seeking to serve as the Representative in Congress for the 7th District. His common-sense values are clear and compelling. Like most citizens of Southwest Missouri, I am a hard-working family man, married for nearly 30 years to my college sweetheart, Denise, with whom we raised five home-schooled children. I take personal responsibility for my family by actually working two jobs – a successful cattle farm and 25 years with the same employer in the health care provider industry."

President Reagan, had a unique style of turning political insiders out and collapsing puppet pundits. You recall Reagan's famous 'age issue' retort during the Presidential debate with Democrat Walter Mondale. That November Reagan was re-elected in a landslide, winning forty-nine of fifty states. Reagan won a record 525 electoral votes.” The first day of business for the House in January, will be my vote to fire Nancy Pelosi and elect a Republican Speaker of the House! I will proudly cast that vote for all Southwest Missourians who have suffered under the nanny-state of Nancy, Reed and Obama. I am trusting that the junior Senator from Missouri, replacing Senator Bond, will have the distinct pleasure on his first day of business in the Senate to halt Harry by electing the Republican Majority Leader.

Over the past six-months, early each Monday morning, I have openly, live-on-air, conducted a Compare & Contrast with other congressional districts to know the representative and their congressional district's legislative concerns. No other candidate in Southwest Missouri has worked so openly. I plan to continue that process following the Primary results.


Anonymous said...

Liar retorts and quick fact responses to the mud-slinging initiated are swamping the political campaign teams of Long-Nodler-Goodman in these last days before the Missouri Primary. The lesson? Common-sense, Constitutional conservative, MIKE MOON, is the clear & compelling Congressional Candidate. MOON is NOT part of a political family machine. MOON is NOT party to the elitist campaign chattering class. MOON IS prepared DAY ONE (Wed Aug 4) to Represent you & I in Congress.

Anonymous said...

Well unless the Republicans take back the House, Mr. Moon won't be able to do what he claims even if he wins the seat. The Speakership comes from the party of the majority. Sounds good in a press release but can't be done. Nice try.

Anonymous said...

Quoting Ronald Reagan all the time is what conservatives do who have no substance. There are plenty of conservatives in the race who don't resort to quoting Reagan all of the time who have fresh ideas and their own take on things while adhering to the same principles Reagan got from Goldwater.
Reagans ideas came from Goldwaters principles yet you never saw him resorting to quoting Barry all the time. I suggest Moon do the same.

Anonymous said...

Obviously Mr Moon shows his lack of how government and politics work if he thinks he can just go in and get Nancy Pelosi fired as if it is the local McDonalds.

Anonymous said...

Where in the U.S. Constitution does it say one Member of Congress can fire the Speaker of the House?

Moonbeam, you wave the pocket version of the Constitution around like you are the world's leading authority on it when this is the silliest thing anyone has said in the entire campaign.

Please tell me this was a moonshot by the Rabbi, your advisor.

Randy said...

I hate to get involved in this, but when I read this, I assumed Mr. Moon was talking about the possibility that the Republicans are going to win back the House in November and then he would join other Republicans in ousting Nancy Pelosi.

Anonymous said...

Getting rid of Pelosi would be a much needed start. I really don't care if a democrat or republican is elected as the new speaker (assuming that happens) but she is the biggest condescending, negative, bitch in government. She does not have the best interests of the constituents at heart and is only interested in herself and/or her party. Although, I would think there are many other democrats that are better suited for the position. Hell, any other person would be better suited.