Dear Mr. Keyes,
I received your “urgent memorandum” which was enclosed in an envelope bearing the words JURY DUTY NOTICE in large bold letters affixed with a Non Profit postage stamp.
I assume your fund-raising efforts have reached desperation levels, thus the subterfuge required to get anyone to open correspondence bearing your name.
The reason you have never been elected to any public office is that you are a whack-job (interpret that however you like – it’s such a conveniently flexible term).
I am impressed however, that you have managed to convey in writing a tone that can only be described as jet engine-like screeching hysteria. Chicken Little would be envious. Leaning so far to the right has its perils – you’ve obviously bonked that side of your head so many times that your creativity is limited to fake civic duty announcements. That’s civic – as in U.S. government – as in the one with offices to which you have never been and will never be elected. Because you are a whack-job. In consolation, if "Crazy Town" were an actual place, you'd be a shoe-in for mayor.
You are entitled to your insane rantings – this is America after all.
However, I find it somewhat less than amusing that you point (excuse me, vigorously thrust) your finger at what you call Obama’s criminal behavior while actively evading taxes under the guise of myriad non-profit organizations. You rail against “big government” while milking the system for your personal gain.
You don't really deserve it, but I have decided to enclose the "generous gift" you begged for; two pieces of embossed copper bearing the profile of an original tree-hugging liberal.
But I am reporting to the U.S. Postal Service that you are abusing Nonprofit postage, the deceptive words “Jury duty notice” on the envelope and eight pages of irresponsible and extreme statements demeaning the President of the United States and the Office of The President of the United States.
It appears to me that you, Alan Keyes, may be in violation of False or Deceptive Representations, the Postal law (TITLE 39 > PART IV > CHAPTER 30 > Sec. 3005) prohibiting false or deceptive representations made in an attempt to obtain money or property through the mail. This section was amended a few years ago to authorize the Postal Service to impose significant monetary penalties. The law now permits an administrative penalty for deceptive mailings of up to $1,000,000 for the first offense depending on the volume of mail.
Shame on you, you selfish hedonist.