Frank Moore For President 2008

Candidate of the Just Makes Sense Party. Vote for Frank Moore. He gets results!

Friday, August 01, 2014

Dr. Richard Kerbavaz - How To Reform The Healthcare System - Frank Moore's Shaman's Den

Recorded May 2, 2008.
Rich was Frank's ENT doctor for over twenty years who became a dear friend. Frank called Rich one of his favorite people to be with.

This is the third time that Rich Kerbavaz was a guest on The Shaman's Den. This was during the time that Frank was running for President of the U.S. He asked Rich to come on the show this time as a doctor who knew the medical system to compare Frank's healthcare plan to the other major candidates at that time. This is the chart that we used on the show:

Compare Frank's healthcare plan to those of John McCain, Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton

btw, Rich also took us on his yacht to help spread the word of the Campaign. What a fun adventure that was!!!

Presidential Campaign Cruise

Sunday, December 15, 2013

The Return of Frank Moore

Saturday, December 03, 2011

Here's another one!

here is another one!  This is a good example of how "journalists" make shit up.  As we all know, I have two slogans.  I DELIVER and  I GET RESULTS.  I don't think I ever said WE MEAN BUSINESS in my life.  But this DUDE made it up so he could put me down for saying it.  Very interesting! 

January 16, 2008 
8 Crazy Presidential Hopefuls You Have Never Heard of (and Why You Should Probably Vote for Them)

Ivan Sciupac | Bio

What kind of a sick, demented mind does it take to want to be President of the United States? Why would anyone spend months kissing babies, eating pancakes, and begging for money just to win the right to be vilified for 4, and if they're lucky, 8, thankless years?

Luckily for us, there are plenty of crazy nutjobs who don't mind selling their scruples to the highest bidder. Forget Clinton vs. Obama, McCain vs. Huckabee. Those candidates represent the status quo and one of them, in all likelihood, will be our next leader.

With only 293 days left until we elect our next president, you should instead turn your attention not to the ones with money and power, but to the lonely longshots of this race, the unsung Seabiscuits of politics, the deluded ones who, against all reason and common sense, have decided to "run" for the U.S. empire presidency (vote in the poll at the end of this post).

Frank Moore

Who is this guy?
 I think Moore is the only candidate who is not at least a little earnest about his candidacy. What tipped me off? Oh, I don't know. Maybe it's because his running mate, Dr. Susan M. Block, is into "erotic theater". Or maybe it's because he's a performance artist who started his own political party and dubbed it "The Just Makes Sense Party". Or maybe it's because his slogan is "We mean business!" and I don't trust anyone who means business.

Why should I vote for him?
 Not a bad choice, considering. Moore says he'll give every American a minimum monthly income of $1,000/month and will make sure we all get to ride public transit for free. Moore also promises to "destroy" 10% of nuclear weapons every year. Probably by launching them at some asteroids.

Best reason he should lead our country.
 He would let all of us call him "dude".

Read the original Huffington Post article:

Rafael-alexandre Ramos wrote:

Frank, you and Mikee got you on Wikipedia, don't tell you can't retaliate against those people ? 

You met people with dignity : those performance artist girls, I guess, curious mind, not rapists like the journalist you condemn. 

Don't you get it ? You are your own scribe. OR, in your case, you have Alexis and Corey as scribes, writing about you, as journalists would and they are fuckin' good at it ; no one has to know that they are part of the script.

Ledit RenArt is only one person and yet, it is pretended to be as if it was a group containing a scientist, a publicist, a writter,a philosopher, a programmer, a guitarist, a bassist, a drummer, a electro-accoustic affiliated...

Name it, I'll invent something : I'm a producer, director, actor, who cares. 

I'm whatever I wan't to be and people are stupid enough to fall for it in general ( I tell you there is not much witty people in this World )

Fortunately, I protect myself by not having the time to achieve these endeavors fast, as I could easily be irresponsible with all of this ; yet, it's a tactic...

Still believe I'm part of any government ? :) I wish, j'aurais au moins la répartie de mon intelligence et de mon savoir en touchant un salaire, at least.

If you meet the feds, tell them to send both of us a check at our adress : we don't teach in their Kennels for free, you know, hehehe ;)

Pour l'état de la Raison ; pour la raison d'Etat,


Frank Moore wrote:
I don't do anything for money.  Of course I always will accept money.  And if somebody is making money off of the work I do, I want /get a cut.  But it is not a money thing.  We here pay for the art.  I know how to live well and do everything with what money we have.  And we here do live extremely well! 

Again I don't look down on people, talk down to people.  I demand and expect high things of people.  That opens up possibilities! 

In Freedom,
Frank Moore  

we still are finding articles ....

we still are finding articles about our presidential campaign.  And yes, my universal medical coverage did include dental!

Frank Moore

In 2008, a record year for nuts running for President, performance artist Frank Moore ran on a fairly radical platform of near-communism for the Just Makes Sense Party. Polish political 'zine Aktivist had this to say about Moore: "Are you a US citizen? Love party and weed? Vote for Frank Moore!" Given that his running mate, Dr. Susan Block reportedly enjoys "erotic theater," as well, we've formed a pretty clear picture of what their victory party might have looked like. His campaign poster makes us wonder if universal dental care is part of his platform, too.

Richard Winger wrote:

Ah Frank, it's good to hear from you.

We still have hopes that the US Court of Appeals, DC Circuit, will eventually rule that write-ins for declared write-in presidential candidates must be counted.  This is the Bob Barr case, of course.

Frank Moore wrote:
yes, most people think if they vote for a registered candidate, their votes will be counted.  Seems basic!  But it is not true.  The elections are so rigged to keep the bi- part[ies] in power for ever! 

In Freedom,
Frank Moore


Saturday, September 10, 2011


Austin Wright wrote:

Mr. Moore,

I recently launched a website called Write the Vote, which tracks write-in campaigns nationwide. I found your write-in campaign website from 2008, and I'm wondering: Do you plan to run in 2012?

Thank you,

Austin Wright

Frank Moore replied:

hi, Austin!  Well, I would need to be drafted!  It was a very intensive two year journey .  We do know That  not all of the votes I received were counted.  During the campaign, with the help of the national expert on ballot access issues Richard Winger, we forced several states to change their rules for write-in candidates.  It was a very satisfying experience. 

In Freedom,
Frank Moore

Richard Winger wrote:

We are still waiting for that U.S. District Court Judge in Washington DC to rule on whether the US  Constitution requires write-in votes be counted in jurisdictions that permit write-ins, and even have a write-in filing procedures.  The case was brought by Bob Barr.  He filed as a declared write-in presidential candidate in 2008 in the District of Columbia, and the Board of Elections refused to count the votes for him.  They say it is too much bother.  This will be an important decision when it comes down.

Frank Moore wrote:

glad we were a part of the process! 

In Freedom,
Frank Moore

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Check this out!

Saturday, April 03, 2010

A stripped amendment and a neutered bill

 Frank Moore wrote:
my presidential platform is  looking better and better!

On Thu, 10/29/09, Tim Carpenter for PDA wrote:

    From: Tim Carpenter for PDA
    Subject: A stripped amendment and a neutered bill
    Date: Thursday, October 29, 2009, 2:36 PM

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    Act Now to Pressure “Management”
    Dear Dorothy,
    Today the House unveiled its healthcare reform package. And the news is all bad.
    The Kucinich Amendment, which would give the states a clear path for enacting their own single-payer legislation, was stripped from the bill.
    The Weiner Amendment, which would substitute the clean, clear language of HR 676 for the behemoth of a introduced, may not be given its vote in the House—in spite of Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s promise.
    While single payer hangs in the balance, PDA will continue to fight for single payer at the state level. Meanwhile, we have a small window of opportunity to get the Kucinich Amendment back in the bill and to make sure that Speaker Pelosi follows through on her promise to allow a vote on single-payer—the first ever in the House.
    Democratic House leaders can insert what is called a “ Manager’s Amendment” into legislation, even when it is closed to any other amendments. The managers are the majority and minority members who “manage” debate for the bill on each side.
    Today, tomorrow, and beyond, we need to call these “managers” and insist that the Kucinich Amendment is restored into the healthcare bill. We also need to urge these leaders to exert pressure on Speaker Pelosi—and exert it on her ourselves—to follow through on her promise to put the Weiner Amendment to a vote.
    The “gang” that holds our future in their hands includes:

        * Speaker Nancy Pelosi: Washington, DC, office (202) 225-4965; San Francisco office (415) 556-4862
        * Majority Leader Steny Hoyer: Washington, DC, office (202) 225-4131; Greenbelt office (301) 474-0119; Waldorf office (301) 843-1577
        * Rep. Henry Waxman: Washington, DC, office (202) 225-3976; Los Angeles office (323) 651-1040
        * Rep. Charles Rangel: Washington, DC, office (202) 225-4365; New York office (212) 663-3900
        * Rep. George Miller: Washington, DC, office (202) 225-2095; Concord office (925) 602-1880; Richmond office (510) 262-6500; Vallejo office (707) 645-1888

    It’s crucial for everyone in PDA to make these calls, to make them more than once, and to tell others to make these calls. Act NOW!
    In solidarity,
    Tim Carpenter, National Director
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Rafael-alexandre Ramos replied:
Hey Frank,
Are you saying you're presenting yourself as a candidate for 2012 as well ? :)
If so, in good spirit, we'll do another collage for that :)

Frank Moore replied:
well, I am like zorro!  I am there whenever I am needed!

28-hour day

Frank Moore said:
And we here have evolved in to a 28-hour day.

Jane Vincent replied:
You need to bring that up in 2012. I've always said I'd vote for anyone who could promise me more hours in the day...
How goes the novel?

Frank Moore replied:
well, you had your chance last time, Jane!  I would set up N.Y.C. time...
That is, like in N.Y.C., almost everything would be open around the clock.
This would create a lot of new jobs.  And it would give us time flex!

I have written nine chapters!

Monday, July 27, 2009

Obama Betrayal Syndrome

-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Obama Betrayal Syndrome
Date: Tue, 30 Jun 2009 10:02:16 -0400 (EDT)
From: Ralph Nader

"I want my money back, President Obama!"

That's the title of Marie Marchand's column in Common Dreams this week.

Marie Marchand says she gave $20 a week for seven months to the Obama campaign -- plus $60 every once in a while for a t-shirt and sticker.

"I gave of my modest purse joyfully," she writes. "I thought I was supporting change I could believe in, not more of the same bloodshed and war!"

She now feels betrayed.

Millions of Americans are feeling betrayed.

They thought Obama as President meant change we can believe in.

They thought Obama as President meant withdrawal from Iraq.

They thought Obama as President meant standing up to Wall Street fat cats.

They thought Obama as President meant a living wage.

But for those of you who stood with us during the 2008 Presidential campaign, you knew the score.

You do not feel betrayed.

You are immune to Obama Betrayal Syndrome.

Because you knew, as we pointed out repeatedly during the campaign, that Obama was the corporate Democrat.

Beholden to large campaign contributors from Wall Street.

>From the military industrial complex.

And from the health insurance pharma complex.

You knew what my campaign colleague Theresa Amato has documented in her new book -- Grand Illusion: The Myth of Voter Choice in a Two Party Tyranny (New Press, June 2009.)

That the Democrats and Republicans are beholden to their corporate paymasters.

You knew that the only way out was to organize from the grassroots up.

That's why we started Single Payer Action -- to put the question squarely to this corporate Congress and to the corporate Obama administration -- why is single payer, everybody in, nobody out, free choice of doctor and hospital -- off the table?

After all, Single Payer is supported by the majority of Americans and the majority of doctors and nurses.

In West Virginia, Congresswoman Shelley Moore Capito (R-West Virginia) -- why is single payer off the table?

In Florida, Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-Florida) -- why is single payer off the table?

In Oregon, Congressman Earl Blumenauer (D-Oregon) -- why is single payer off the table?

In Washington, D.C., First Lady Michelle Obama, Senators Max Baucus (D-Montana) Charles Schumer (D-New York) Chris Dodd (D-Connecticut) and Kent Conrad (D-North Dakota) -- why is single payer off the table?

Check out Single Payer Action TV -- and watch as activists from around the country demand an answer from these politicians -- why is single payer off the table?

Thanks to your generous contributions, Single Payer Action has been able to pump up a constant stream of single payer actions around the country.

Congress is now on its Independence Day recess.

Here's what you can do to help out Single Payer Action and its summer accountability tour.

First, find out -- through your Congress member's office, from your local newspaper, or by word of mouth -- when and where your member of Congress or Senator will be holding a town hall meeting or other public event.

And let Single Payer Action know.

Send the information along to:

Second, Single Payer Action needs your help now to help fund its summer actions.

You donate, and Single Payer Action provides the actions and then reports back to you -- through its web site --

So, please donate now -- $10, $25, $50, $100, $500 -- or whatever you can afford.

If you donate $100 or more now, Single Payer Action will send you a copy, hot off the press, of Theresa Amato's hard cover, 379-page masterpiece -- Grand Illusion.

Phil Donahue said this about Grand Illusion: "Theresa Amato takes the biggest swing -- not a jab, but a roundhouse punch -- at America's corrupt electoral system."

(Since it also includes chapters about my campaign against the corporate Republicans and Democrats -- and since I wrote the foreword -- I'll autograph it.)

So, don't delay.

Please donate now.

Let's break through the corporate barriers and make single payer for all a reality.

Together, we can make the difference.

Onward to a life-saving, cost-saving single payer.

Ralph Nader

Frank Moore wrote:
mmmmmm, I TOLD YOU SO seems in order!

Rafael-alexandre Ramos wrote:
Was about time somebody realized the man was an icon, a puppet ( despite is good intentions ( if he personally ever had any... )

I think that when Obama will be out of Washington, he will be welcomed in Hollywood with an acting career possibility: wouldn't that be a first ( politicians ending up as actors instead of the opposite ) ! :P

But seriously, I think many united-staters are fed up with the two-party system as well...

Frank Moore wrote:
well, here I am!

Rafael-alexandre Ramos wrote:
Right on Mr. President ! :)

2012 ......?

Frank Moore wrote:
And we here have evolved in to a 28-hour day.

Jane Vincent wrote:
You need to bring that up in 2012. I've always said I'd vote for anyone who could promise me more hours in the day...

How goes the novel?

Frank Moore wrote:
well, you had your chance last time, Jane! I would set up N.Y.C. time... That is, like in N.Y.C., almost everything would be open around the clock. This would create a lot of new jobs. And it would give us time flex!

I have written nine chapters!

In Freedom,
Frank Moore