The 'End Game'

The 'End Game'

by Jonathan E. P. Moore


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Jon voted for the first time in 2004 at the age of 52 after his father died 7 months before 9/11 in 2001, which in Jon's opinion would have killed him if he had made it those extra 7 months anyway! What ignited the flame under Jon's political fired up ass was seeing a Senator from Chicago who was being considered to run for the Presidency being shown rubbing elbows with Reverend 'God Damn America'' Wright and Jon's generation's 'Weather Underground' Bomber William 'Bill' Ayers who over the years had become a community planner like Barack Obama in Chicago, but the Mainstream Media never informed their viewers of this very important fact about Bill Ayres past, and couldn't understand how that could have possibly been missed! Bottom line though is that was the exact moment Jon got up off the couch and started his quest to understand and monitor the goings on within today's American politics, and what the impact was on America and the American people then and today when this kind of information is kept from the American People!

The 'End Game'

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781665503457
Publisher: Author Solutions Inc
Publication date: 10/12/2020
Pages: 378
Sales rank: 1,261,345
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.84(d)

About the Author

Jon is a Pro-America equal opportunity 'Basher who calls himself a 'Conservative Constitutionalist' and Patriot who will defend and protect our Constitutionally guaranteed individual Rights, Liberties and Freedoms before even considering taking any political side! His father was Yale undergraduate Harvard Law graduate who believed that the Law was meant to be interpreted as only 'Black or White,' and not that forever billable 'Grey' area where most of the 'Big Bucks' are made. Jon adopted his father's point of view on the law, and even though his father bucked him on his belief about not voting for a candidate running for political office having to share his father's 'Black and White,' and had no plans to vote until his father had moved on.

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