Lord AWOL at ballot box

Bob Lord didn’t hesitate to put out a press release in June when John Shadegg missed a vote in the U.S. House of Representatives, one of hundreds of votes in the U.S. House this Congress.

But according to Lord’s own voter record, he did not vote in the 1988, 2000, 2002 and 2004 primary elections, and also failed to vote in the 1994, 1998, and 2000 general elections. In 1994, Lord couldn’t be bothered while Shadegg and the G.O.P. took over the House in the Republican Revolution. 2000, of course, was the historic Bush v. Gore election, often hailed “the most consequential election of our lifetime” by liberal Democrats. Lord, in his own selfish way, helped usher in the George W. Bush presidency.

Ralph Nader's got nothing on this guy

Ralph Nader's got nothing on this guy

Lord is critical of Shadegg missing a single vote in the House, yet he can’t exercise his most fundamental and cherished right as an American citizen. That’s more than just lazy, it’s downright unpatriotic. Maybe he was “too busy,” as is his reason for ducking the final debate of this campaign.

Lord of the Lies has been aggressively pursuing numerous other Lord leads this week. Stay tuned for an explosive final week of the campaign.

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One Response to “Lord AWOL at ballot box”

  1. What About Bob Lord ? Says:

    […] October 29, 2008 at 4:19 am (Uncategorized) Lord of the Lies is reporting that Bob Lord has missed out on some very key votes in his life as a private citizen. […]

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