Monday, September 14, 2009

The ACORN Doesn't Fall Far From The President...

Yes, my computer is still down for the you'll have to bear with me for a bit...well, I guess you don't HAVE to...

I'm sure by now you've all seen the video of the undercover ACORN tape --you know, the one where the “tax specialists”; are advising the "pimp" to claim his girls are "performance artists" so he can get a house to "work" out of... Can you believe ACORN is suing FNC over that!? Like it's Fox's fault they're basically condoning underage prostitution by illegal aliens... At least this finally ousted them from 2010 census involvement.

But worse is the "new" (well, maybe not new, but definitely ramped up) talking point that EVERY disagreement with The President is paramount to racism. The Joe Wilson exclamation is what stirred the racial pot this time. Get this, this morning Juan Williams (who I like BTW) was explaining why Black radio hosts were suspect of criticism of Obama...and he actually said that even when people disagreed with Bush "no one called him a liar" and "no one challenged the legitimacy of his Presidency" !!!!!! Is that the most laughable thing you've read today!? Hold on before you answer because he also said no one would have objected to him speaking to schools like Obama just did.

How soon they forget.

I believe Joe Wilson was frustrated by the fact that Obama keeps denying that illegals will get coverage when anyone that's read the bill knows that's a lie. That frustration being fully acknowledged, he shouldn't have done that. We would have freaked had someone disrespected Bush like that.

And as for illegals...the form just came home to apply for free breakfasts and lunches in school if your family is indigent...just as I was about to toss it, my eyes caught the words "not a US citizen." The FAQ was "May I apply if someone in my house is not a US citizen?" And PA taxpayers will be glad to hear the answer: "Yes. Your child(ren) do not have to be a US citizen to qualify for free or reduced price meals."

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