A lawyer involved with legal action against Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN) told a House Judiciary subcommittee on March 19 The New York Times had killed a story in October that would have shown a close link between ACORN, Project Vote and the Obama campaign because it would have been a “a game changer.”
The Current Occupant stole his high office. The miserable worms in the liberal media aided and abetted the theft. His remaking of the relationship between the government and its subjects is being done using power based on lies, fraud, and corruption. He and his regime have neither integrity nor legitimacy. I don’t see how any honest, non-delusional, liberty-loving person can seriously argue otherwise. There’s very little more to say about it.
Update! And speaking of ACORN, guess what else they’ve now gotten Congressional approval to put their dirty fingerprints all over?
You got it: the mandatory voluntary Obamajugend. Don’t you just love it when a plan really comes together like this? Hoft calls it “unbelievable,” but I can’t fathom why anyone would be at all surprised. When socialists seize power, they mean for it to stay seized; proper indoctrination and propagandization — “community organizing,” let’s call it — of the younger generations is an important part of that process. It’s been a fine old Leftist tradition for, oh, a hundred years or so.
And they always have such nice uniforms, too.
You better believe it’s related Update! Looks like all their success at taking over the government and establishing their commie tyranny has the head-lice feeling frisky:
Volunteers fanned out across the Birmingham area and Alabama Saturday to pump up enthusiasm for President Barack Obama’s budget proposal in much the same way they did to win over voters during the presidential campaign.
About 30 volunteers in Birmingham canvassed shopping areas and other high-traffic locations to talk about the need for health care reform, an education overhaul and environmentally friendly energy development.
Those who gathered at Kelly Ingram Park in downtown Birmingham were urged to enlist others who share Obama’s vision and to stay away from trying to convert naysayers.
“We’re looking for supporters,” said DeHaven of Hoover, one of the event’s organizers. “We’re not looking for a fight. That will come later, when we have an army.”