Monday, September 14, 2009

How to Get Denied by ACORN

Is the third time a charm? Or just repulsive? Amateur journalists James O'Keefe and Hannah Giles schooled the establishment media yet again with their release of a third video of ACORN employees, this time in Brooklyn, advising the clean-cut, Caucasian "pimp and prostitute" on how to evade the IRS and authorities in setting up their brothel of underage foreign girls.

Demanding a Justice Department probe of President Obama's pet voter-fraud-facilitating organization, Iowa congressman Steve King asked, "What would they not do?"

I have a few ideas:

Go into an ACORN office and ask for help setting up a group home for unwed, pregnant teenage girls, so they will not have to abort their babies.

Or, seek housing assistance for people who are in the US illegally after fleeing their Muslim homelands because their lives are threatened after converting to Christianity

Try to find a place for homosexuals to live while your non-profit organization works on making them straight.

In the second scenario, ACORN would probably tell you they can't be involved in any venture that may possibly break US law. For the other two, they would probably just tell you to f*ck off.

Friday, September 11, 2009

I Wish it Were 9/12

Maybe I watched FNC's Timeline of Terror tonight because I'm the kind of person who likes to pick at a scab, and then pick at the new scab that formed because I picked the other one off, etc. Or maybe I want to remember what America was, could have been, and could still be if those of us who remember who we were on September 12 will fight for that country.

Eight years after 9/11, this nation is more polarized and farther from its roots than ever. I said this when eight was seven, and when it was six, and five, and even earlier. Tonight, watching those indelible scenes of buildings collapsing, I wept at the horror of that day and the evil which caused it. However, I grieved for America, for a nation which gained so much in those following days, yet seems to have lost it all, and then some.

If we don't change something, if we do not take this country back from those who intend to destroy it from within, those dead we honored today will have died in vain.

I wish it were 9/12. I wish every day of the last eight years had been 9/12.