Dear MoveOn member,
Thanks for joining the MoveOn Truth Squad for the first presidential debate last week. Now we have another chance to do some serious fact-checking! The vice-presidential debate is tomorrow, and MoveOn.org will once again be transformed into fact-check central starting at 8:30 p.m. Eastern.
Paul Ryan could put Pinocchio to shame. He told so many lies in his convention speech that #LyinRyan was trending on Twitter afterward. If his debate performance is anything like that, he'll be spouting lies a mile a minute—faster than any one person can count. That's why we need all hands on deck to counter Lyin' Ryan's egregious lies.
We've all seen how important a debate can be. So be part of the MoveOn Truth Squad again tomorrow night and be sure to get your friends involved, too!
MoveOn members played a crucial role in getting the truth out about the 27 lies that Romney told in 38 minutes during the first presidential debate.1 Members shared facts on Twitter and Facebook, and spread the word to friends and neighbors.
Tomorrow we'll have to work even harder. Paul Ryan may outdo Romney with his lies. So let's make #LyinRyan trend again by calling out every lie that Ryan tells! We'll retweet the best tweets and show them on the site. And, like last time, MoveOn's Debate Dashboard will be your one-stop shop for the best share graphics, a live stream of the debate, and all of the latest facts from expert fact-checkers. But we need even more people on board to spread the truth, so share this with your friends.
Thanks for all you do.
–Justin, Stefanie, Emily, Milan, and the rest of the team
1. "At Last Night's Debate: Romney Told 27 Myths In 38 Minutes," ThinkProgress, October 4, 2012
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