A wake up
call on wheels
A Paul Revere of Yarmouth, Cape Cod -- driving a
Ford truck plastered with political graffiti,
a lone warrior whose outcry and theme: "wake
up America" will resonate in time. Moe
Fuoco's weekly, daily and sometimes monthly
changes of political messages plastered on his
truck coincides with present issues affecting
the general public. Many in the media
understand Fuoco's position on many issues
facing America today. He feels very strongly
about what he puts on his truck. He -- in his
own right -- is a political diagnostician.
Fuoco once worked under ex-Mayor, Kevin White of
Boston, as a night mayor. Fuoco's experience in
tasting the strong tax medicine dished out during
the administration of ex-Governor -- Mike Dukakis,
stirred up the gases in his political belly, exposing
the idiosyncrasies of too many liberal politics. Ever
since the departure of ex-Governor Mike Dukakis, Fuoco
has continued his one-man campaign on wheels against a
government he feels is out of touch with the common
interest of the common patriot.
Fuoco's campaign goes far beyond his experience and
knowledge of the political arena. It seems he has a
pipeline to the frontline of regular people and
patriots -- to have such a wide range of knowledge
of cause and effect.
The attention paid to Fuoco is noteworthy. When the
millennium comes, many will be walking with long robes
on in many cities, bearing signs -- "The end is coming".
Many will be waiting on the invasion of space creatures.
Fuoco will be driving his Ford truck, on worn springs and a
tired engine, sporting a sign plastered around the faded
blue paint that has sustained years of weather-beatings.
The sign will read: "Have you Americans wakened up yet?"
is now out of commission due to old age and illness.