Wednesday, August 12, 2009

EMAILS I HAVE SENT TO THE SNITCH SITE

Dear White House,

Once again, I am informing on myself.

I believe that the national health care bill known as H.R. 3200: America’s Affordable Health Choices Act of 2009 is entirely in violation of my rights under the United States Constitution. I have publicly expressed this view in multiple public forums, most recently on my blog (see below).

However, if you could direct me to the Article or Amendment in the Constitution of the United States that provides the Federal government the authority to mandate health care choices for the citizens of this country, I will certainly reconsider my position and offer public apologies.

Otherwise, I must warn you that I will continue to speak out against the what I believe is the true intent of this in this proposed legislation.

This communication is sent with full awareness of the Privacy Act of 1974 (no federal agency shall compile a list of people who disagree with their actions) and with the knowledge that the White House cannot destroy any correspondence it receives.

Have fun with that conundrum, Snitch Patrol!

Sincerely,
Joe Scoggins
http://www.scogginsnoggin2.blogspot.com/


Dear White House,

DNC Executive Director Jen O'Malley Dillon posted the following piece of disinformation regarding those who protest the H.R. 3200 bill at town hall meetings:

These disruptions are being funded and organized by out-of-district special-interest groups and insurance companies who fear that health insurance reform could help Americans, but hurt their bottom line.

Turns out that almost none of them are there as part of an effort organized by any corporations or special interest groups.

Sincerely,
Joe Scoggins
http://www.scogginsnoggin2.blogspot.com/


Dear White House,

DNC Executive Director Jen O'Malley Dillon is posting the following misinformation about the protests at town hall meetings about health care:

People are scared because they are being fed frightening lies.

As you know, more and more people are showing up at these meetings with copies of H.R. 3200 in their hands and are reading straight from it, followed by a question about what they read.

Turns out it is the bill itself which is frightening people, not the citizens doing the protesting.

Sincerely,
Joe Scoggins
http://www.scogginsnoggin2.blogspot.com/


Dear White House,

DNC Executive Director Jen O'Malley Dillon, refering to health care town hall meetings where citizens are expressing concern over H.R. 3200, has said the following:

Their actions are getting more extreme.

It turns out that, in fact, more and more people are simply asking their representatives simple questions about the bill after which the representative either changes the subject, refuses to answer the specific question or engages in finger pointing and yelling at the crowd.

Sincerely,
Joe Scoggins
http://www.scogginsnoggin2.blogspot.com/


Dear White House,

DNC Executive Director Jen O'Malley Dillon has posted the following on his website concerning the questions being asked about H.R. 3200 at town hall meetings:

Their goal is to disrupt and shut down legitimate conversation.

Turns out that their goal is actually to get honest answers from their representatives concerning pending health care legislation.

Sincerely,
Joe Scoggins
http://www.scogginsnoggin2.blogspot.com/


Dear White House,

DNC Executive Director Jen O'Malley Dillon has posted the following on his website concerning the questions being asked about H.R. 3200 at town hall meetings:

Republican leadership is irresponsibly cheering on the thuggish crowds.

Turns out that the only thugs at the meetings have been members of SEIU, who have actually beaten citizens and have directed local police to move protesters from some locations while allowing supporters to stay.

It also turns out that not a single Republican leader has encouraged thuggish behavior.

I trust that the White House will use its considerable influence to direct DNC Director Dillon to cease and desist from spreading this misinformation.
Sincerely,
Joe Scoggins
http://www.scogginsnoggin2.blogspot.com/


Dear White House,

I have been made aware of the following misinformation about the health care town hall meetings:

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi penned a column that questioned the patriotism of those disrupting town hall meetings to air their complaints.

Pelosi and House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer claimed such behavior is "simply un-American."

As you no doubt remember, it was now Secretary of State Hilary Clinton who in 2003 shreeked: "I am sick and tired of people who say that if you debate and you disagree with this administration somehow you're not patriotic. We should stand up and say we are Americans and we have a right to debate and disagree with any administration."

I implore you to use the full pressure of the White House to demand that Nancy Pelosi not only retract her statement, but to apologize to the American people for ever having made it.

Sincerely,
Joe Scoggins
www.scogginsnoggin2.blogspot.com/


Dear White House,

At his New Hampshire meeting, President Obama, trying to bolster support for the H.R. 3200 health care bill, said, "UPS and FedEx are doing just fine. ... It's the Post Office that's always having problems."

May I suggest that you send some SEIU members to his office to explain to him that comparing the Post Office to UPS and FedEx is more of an argument AGAINST the government's ability to run programs, not for it.

Sincerely,
Joe Scoggins
http://www.scogginsnoggin2.blogspot.com/


Dear White House,

Since there has been so much misinformation about H.R. 3200, I thought you might like a link to it so that you can actually read it and will therefore know what's actually in it.

This will help you when trying to determine what is disinformation and what is not.

Here is the link: LinktoHR3200
Sincerely,
Joe Scoggins
http://www.scogginsnoggin2.blogspot.com/


If you find a piece of misinformation about H.R. 3200 being put out by liberals, on blogs or in government, I recommend that you report it to flag@whitehouse.gov.

When they claim that there is no "end-of-life" provision, no abortion payment, no rationing of health care and the like, that is misinformation. Copy it and send it to the snitch site.

15 comments:

snaggletoothie said...

You had me laughing out loud. Strange how jokes become funnier as the stakes go up.

Joe said...

snaggletoothie: I expect the feds to show up at my doorstep any day now. Or maybe SEIU. I really did send those to the snitch site.

DD2 said...

Dear Joe:

Please don't "Snitch" on me.

Joe said...

DD2: OK, if you insist. But I'm keeping your link in blogroll.

Tom said...

Dang, you've been busy!!

Joe said...

Tom: I don't mess around.

cary said...

Hey, good work, Joe! I especially like the first part.

I've been turning myself in regularly. I may have to start snitching on the left, since they are the source of the misinformation...

Jess said...

Oh my gosh I am laughing so hard right now! THANK YOU! I found you on Z's blog and if you don't mind I think I'll keep you! That was great!!

Bryan said...

If you would like to contact Joe in the near future, just write to:

Joe
C/O Something Fishy Resettlement Camp
USA

Joe said...

cary: I thought you would.

Jess: Thanks for stopping by and for the kind words.

Bryan: You mean the government has already revealed my new address?

cary said...

Hey, Joe! We may end up being neighbors at "camp"!

Jennifer said...

Joe, those letters were great! I couldn't help but laugh and think...You go Joe!!

shoprat said...

I'm just forwarding all my spam and chain letters to them. I'm sure they appreciate all the business opportunities, magic prayers, etc.

ablur said...

I laughed so hard I was glad I was seated. Family members wondered if I was okay.

I haven't bothered to report myself. I was trying not to encourage the bad behavior. I do like shoprat's idea though. I may implement that one.

Pasadena Closet Conservative said...

Wow! You go, Joe!