Stress affects my epilepsy, and SUDEP looms large over those with epilepsy and a heart defect. Receiving forwarded mail from the third home I’d lost to public corruption always had me rushing to take an additional pill … but receiving forwarded mail from Rep. Bill Posey had me rushing to take two, for reasons that my email make clear. Despite Rep. Posey being a small, lean liar, I won’t be so crude as to give out his private email address.
From: Susan Chandler
Date: November 10, 2009 8:50:13 PM EST
Cc: Governor Charlie Crist <Charlie.Crist@eog.myflorida.com>, email@example.com, Debbie Mayfield <Debbie.Mayfield@myfloridahouse.gov>, Senator Mike Haridopolos <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Response from Representative Bill Posey
Dear Rep. Posey:
I emailed you on November 5th and asked you to stop writing to me at the address of the home I lost over Brevard’s corruption; corruption that you’re completely aware of and will do nothing about.
I’m asking again.
And I’m reminding you again that you looked me right in the eye and said, if elected, you would use your new office to do something about the corruption – if there was anything to my allegations about wrongful convictions. Bill Dillon’s release fulfilled that ridiculous caveat; we both new that the corruption in Brevard was not alleged, but instead already confirmed long before we met.
“Vote for me and I’ll set you free,” was the essence of your end of the conversation; the “proof” of your sincerity was in giving me your private email address. Of course, knowing you were lying, I voted for Dr. Steve Blythe.
You’re different from me, but no better than me.
That is the fundamental truth of being an American that eludes your grasp.
Being no better than I, you’ve no right to abuse your power to diminish the quality of my life or that of any other of your fellow citizens. I can’t change your belief in your superiority, but I can do my best to see that you are prosecuted for ignoring corruption while accepting wages from Floridians to serve them.