Posts Tagged ‘acorn’

Voter Registration

January 11, 2010

I heard the other day that our esteemed legislators, Schumer and Fwank in particular, have “crafted” legislation for voter registration so no one will be left out. It’s a piece of… legislation… that will make it possible for everyone on every list in America to be registered to vote. An admirable idea with only… thirty or forty flaws.

Right out of the chute I can see a duplication flaw. I myself am on the list of land owners as well as drivers, and on into infinity. How much will this oversight cost the American people? Ahh, what’s a couple of billion among friends? If that’s the only problem we’re good to go.

Hold on there. I personally have found several properties that had legal owners who were deceased. Now what? I suppose just have acorn register them as Democrats. Well, they’ll probably just omit the list of property owners anyway. No great loss as most of them are rich Republicans anyway, and should know how to get registered by themselves.

What about drivers? I have seen several people with drivers licenses cashing welfare checks in liquor stores who didn’t even speak English. You don’t think they were illegal aliens do you? Nahh. Just undocumented immigrants right? Well that’s pretty much the only big problems I can see and these should not stop such an important piece of… legislation… wouldn’t you agree?

To heck with all of this. I’m sick and tired of having it shoved to me by these criminals in congress. They are shooting to have this piece of crap passed into law in the next two weeks. TWO WEEKS! WTF? E-mail, phone, visit in person, send a candy-gram, send a strip-o-gram, do whatever you have to to let these vermin know that you will not stand for any more gerrymandering on their part.

Remember. The welfare check of thirty million illegals depends on you.

Acorn Districts

November 18, 2009

At last tally Chairman Zero has sent 6.4 billion dollars to 440 districts that don’t exist. Did I say that right? $6,400,000,000.00. Yup, that’s right. To 440 districts that must have been created by and for acorn as there are only 435 districts that I’m aware of. In these fantasy districts he has created or saved over 28,000 jobs. That’s adding to like $225,000.00 per job. Can I have one?

Rhode Island’s 86th congressional district created or saved almost 60 jobs for a mere $10,217,806.00. That’s $205,835.49 per job. Not too shabby. Is anybody pissed off yet? Does Rhode Island really have 86 congressional districts?

Hawaii is a big winner creating or saving 3.4 jobs with a paltry $45,639,408.00. That’s right 45 million. Only a shade over 13 million per job. Really, three Oprahs in one state. How can this be? They actually created or saved zero jobs in their 99th congressional district with only 800 large. 99th? Did they think nobody was going to look at this stuff?

Now, DC’s 99th congressional district got almost 137 million dollars. Yes, almost all of the states and territories had a 99th district. Almost all of them had a 00 congressional district as well. Oh, did I say territories. Yes I did.

Northern Mariana Islands – $44 million, Guam – $220 million, Puerto Rico – $1.9 billion, American Samoa – $1.4 million, but of course the big winner was DC with a grand total of  $2.8 billion (billion, not a typo) and all of this to districts that don’t exist. It begs the question, where did it really go? Again, $6,383,184,549.00. Anybody pissed yet? FYI, Minnesota has eight congressional districts. Are you starting to get the picture.


September 24, 2009

Apparently acorn is suing James O’Keefe and Hannah Giles, the two that made the video, and Andrew Breitbart, the one that posted it on his website. Screw acorn. They got caught with their pants down and that’s tough. Andrew, Hannah and James did this country a service and I for one will contribute to their defence if asked. It appears that it’s a multimillion dollar lawsuit because the two pieces of trash that were caught suffered “emotional distress”. They should suffer prison distress.

This is the kind of thing that’s causing the decline of our culture and they were more than happy to contribute to it. They seem to get some kind of satisfaction from dragging the rest of the neighborhood down in that way. They are criminals and should be treated as such. The film makers on the other hand should be treated as heros for exposing this criminal activity to the authorities. Key to the city, commendation from the Mayor, that sort of thing. But oh no, Maryland, in all it’s gay liberal wisdom is on the bandwagon attempting to prosecute these heros for some half baked infraction. I sure am glad I don’t live in a state with this attitude.

At any rate, keep your eyes and ears open on this one and help out where ever you can. These people went out on a limb for you.

Common Bond

September 18, 2009

The last few days I have run a series of posts about names, or tags that we put on people. Have you noticed a common bond or connection there? Racist. Fascist. Sexist. They all have ist on the end. They all describe an action or belief system. But the common bond they have for me is that I have been called all these things at one time or another. I’m not proud. Or ashamed. I’m human.

Chairman Zero came out and said that he doesn’t feel that the criticism of him is racially motivated. He’s right. It’s not that we hate him for anything he is. I don’t hate him, I don’t even know him. I’m just dissatisfied with his performance in his current (and past) positions. The criticism of him that I’ve heard is focussed on socialistic policies that he would like to enact. I have stated my position on this many times but perhaps candidly so here it is. I am not against the gubmint getting in the health care business because they will screw it all up, I’m against it because the gubmint should not be in ANY business for ANY reason. It’s not their function to be in business.

But back to the point. It seems that every time one political party gets the lead over another they want to call the others all these names when their policies are criticised. They try to distract the people from the issue with the ultimate evil of racism. This is especially a liberal tactic. I for one, have grown extremely tired of it. I have never been or owned a slave. None of my tracable ancestors have been or owned a slave. Yet if I disagree with Chairman Zero I must be a racist according to this tactic? NO!

Here’s what I know. People like Jesse Jackson, David Duke and Al Sharpton make their living playing off racism and organizations like acorn, the kkk and the arien nation are part and parcel of the whole racism business. The well meaning but uninformed enable them by not taking the time to be informed and blindly following the ill advice given by their “leaders”. Can anyone tell me why the gubmint should fund an organization like acorn in the first place? Are they funding these other “fine organizations” and we don’t know about it? I think they’ve got way too much of our money.

The Plan

July 21, 2009

In my June 6, 2009 post I alluded to a “plan, hatched in the sixties”. I couldn’t find my notes on the subject and I couldn’t remember it, but I forged ahead with that post. That’s bothered me ever since and I haven’t forgotten it. The other day I was lucky enough to come across it again and here it is. The Cloward-Piven Strategy.

In 1966 two clowns at some university with to much time on their hands came up with a treasonous plan to bankrupt America. Richard Andrew Cloward and Frances Fox Piven decided to overload the government with welfare applications to create an economic collapse. They got a bunch of people to go into welfare offices and slap around the workers.  This sounds totally stupid but in 1975 New York City declared bankruptcy and the whole state almost went with it. The plan worked.

Now they’ve founded new voting rights movements, Project Vote and Human Serve. Project Vote is an ACORN front group. Their tactics set the stage for the Florida recount crisis of 2000. To read more on this go to