MoveOn.org has fallen into an abyss of delusion: RepubliCorp

Did you know that a majority of lawmakers in one major party voted to bail out Wall Street banks with your money, and that that party's President is now defending the bailout?

Did you know that one party supported a health-care bill largely written by the largest single-industry lobby in America — the drug lobby? The drug lobby has gone to bat to save that party's Senate leader with television ads.

Do you know one party recently elected a president who broke records for raising money from Wall Street and the drug industry?

Were you aware that one party has outraised the other so far this election from Wall Street, lobbyists, and the pharmaceutical industry?

But when MoveOn.org runs a scary ad about one party forming a giant corporation that dominates America, the group picks the other party.

Check out this story about a ridiculous ad on “RepubliCorp.”

Remember when they used to call themselves the “reality-based community”?

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