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Friday, September 11, 2009


Just when you thought it couldn't get anymore shameful. Look for the leftwing media to soon start reporting on the ACORN story involving a man who posed as a pimp and a woman as his prostitute at an ACORN office. Ostensibly, the two undercover journalists were trying to smuggle underaged girls from El Salvador into the United States and needed the help of APORN to help them avoid having to pay taxes.

As the videos demonstrated (with small children overheard in the background), the APORN employees were all too willing to oblige the effort.

So what's different about the story that would cause MSM to start reporting? Perhaps a report from WBAL IN BALTIMORE that indicates the State's Attorney in Baltimore may be considering prosecuting the two young journalists for acquiring the audio of their meeting illegally. Here's the statement from the State's Attorneys Office:

Baltimore, MD – September 11, 2009 – We have received inquiries from citizens and the media asking whether the Baltimore City State’s Attorneys Office would initiate a criminal investigation for acts allegedly committed at ACORN offices located in Baltimore. The only information received in reference to this alleged criminal behavior was a YouTube video. Upon review by this office, the video appears to be incomplete. In addition, the audio portion could possibly have been obtained in violation of Maryland Law, Annotated Code of Maryland Courts and Judicial Proceedings Article §10-402, which requires two party consent.

If it is determined that the audio portion now being heard on YouTube was illegally obtained, it is also illegal under Maryland Law to willfully use or willfully disclose the content of said audio. The penalty for the unlawful interception, disclosure or use of it is a felony punishable up to 5 years.
Whatever the left is drunk on, they've GOT to hit rock bottom soon..............don't they?

"An acorn doesn't fall far from the tree."
- Barack Obama, October, 2008

h/t to HOT AIR


Yesterday, we learned that a woman posing as a prostitue was able to get ACORN employees in a Baltimore office to help her and her pimp (also a plant) avoid paying their taxes while classifying her occupation as a "performing artist". There was plenty more. I reported on it HERE.

Now we can officially say that the problem is not unique to Baltimore as the same couple has managed to do the same thing at an ACORN office in Washintong, D.C.

FOX NEWS reports:
One day after two ACORN officials in Baltimore were fired for offering to help a man and woman posing as a pimp and prostitute to engage in child prostitution and a series of tax crimes, another secretly shot videotape has surfaced that shows the same couple getting similar advice from ACORN officers in Washington.

The newly released videotape, shot on July 25, shows ACORN staffers explaining to the pair how they can hide the woman's professed work — prostitution — and get a loan that will help them establish a brothel.
ACORN quickly fired the two employees implicated in the Baltimore office as if trying to make the problem go away (no investigation apparently). What does a similar culture at another office tell us?

A systemic problem perhaps? Management problem?

Part 1 from Washington, D.C. Sting:

Part 2 from Washington, D.C. Sting:

I wonder what office Barack Obama was in when this photo was taken.....

Here's the entire FOX ARTICLE.


How would you feel if you were getting a fatherly lecture from the likes of Jack Webb and Bill Gannon? Great piece of video here as Barack Obama receives one and it actually seems to be sinking in until the moment when he flashes that infamous grin.




This guy is beyond shameless. The notion that Obama's speech was an olive branch is beyond skewed. I'm not exactly sure how calling out people with whom you disagree with can be considered a peace offering anyway.

Not only that but Obama came across as angry and unyielding while calling Sarah Palin a liar and accused talk radio of causing his problems. Quintessential victimization.

The ultimate irony for me was that to bolster his argument, Reid said, "He (Obama) even took a page out of President Bush's book and indicated some of the things he'd be studying."

Uh, Harry, if you believe that Bush was a "liar" and a "loser", why would you point to Obama as having taken a page out his book? Also, note the implication of Reid's words about Bush. He invokes the name of a president he views as extremely divisive in support of his argument that Obama was extending an "olive branch".

Adds an entirely new dimension to Joe Wilson accusing Obama of lying.

h/t to HOT AIR


In a word, Inexplicable. Obama's newly confirmed Regulatory Czar Cass Sunstein actually compares the plight of animals to that of black slaves from the 18th and 19th centuries. You will find no better example of how the left's words and rhetoric are exactly the opposite of what they mean.

How on earth can anyone call the equating of animals with humans a "progressive" idea? Uh, sounds a little like a "retrograde" idea to me.

Aaron Klein at WORLD NET DAILY has a story about how Sunstein appears to revere the views of an 19th century writer named Jeremy Bentham, who is considered an animal rights pioneer. Check out this written quote from Sunstein in 2002:
"I suggest that Bentham and Mill were not wrong to offer an analogy between current uses of animals and human slavery,"
What's next, Cass? Reparations paid to all dogs because of people like me who have canines we keep penned in our back yard when they're not inside enjoying the air conditioning, good treatment, warm beds, clean water and food? I know they enjoy such things because they have this ability of communicating by wagging their tails.

If you're a Christian, this notion is an overt slap on one of your already beat red cheeks.

Question: If God worked out of an office, do you think it might be a little bit more organized than this? My dog is more organized than Sunstein appears to be so maybe he does have a point. I've seen neater chicken coops. I wonder if the person on the other end of the phone is asking Cass if he remembers ever getting the TPS Report Memo.

2And the fear of you and the dread and terror of you shall be upon every beast of the land, every bird of the air, all that creeps upon the ground, and upon all the fish of the sea; they are delivered into your hand.

3Every moving thing that lives shall be food for you; and as I gave you the green vegetables and plants, I give you everything.
Sunstein's personal views and beliefs on spiritual matters notwithstanding (I don't know what they are) I simply find no way to reconcile the views expressed by Cass with the first book in Scripture without finding Sunstein in opposition to the Judeo-Christian God, Yahweh's teachings or on record as discarding the notion of Him altogether. I'd love to know his thoughts on that.

Be sure to read Klein's ENTIRE ARTICLE.


NOTE: Be sure to watch both videos posted here. First, a steady camera from one block away catches the 2nd plane slamming into the WTC tower on 9/11/01. It's a front row seat with no shaking cameraman because it was setup on a balcony to capture the aftermath of the first attack.

Want some truth?

Contrast that with the initiative sponsored by Barack Obama - the 9/11 Day of Service and Remembrance. The premise is that the best way to remember 9/11 is to perform some good deed on that day. There are a series of videos on the DAY OF SERVICE website that only serve to make people feel guilty for not "volunteering" to engage in some altruistic act.

Take note that the underlying theme consists of what's not acknowledged. In particular, those who attacked us are still plotting to do so on an even more massive scale as this group ends up putting a pleasant face on our enemies by not focusing on who they are or what they did but rather on how the evil they perpetrated caused the American people to unite.

Think of the implications of this nutty idea. Instead of using 9/11 as a day of remembrance to steele our resolve to defeat Islamic extremism, the American people are encouraged to do some good deed in remembrance of how united we were without including the reasons for the unity (the left loves to manufacture truth while eliminating critical variables). Are those who don't play along supposed to feel guilty and alienated?

Instead of making our enemies feel the pressure of a united people, we're again turning inward against each other. Not only did we err significantly after 9/11 by declaring war on a tactic instead of an actual enemy but our current president has even taken that tactic (terror) off of our enemies list.

If you thought the exploitation of Ted Kennedy's death to push Obamacare was pathetic, exploiting the evil perpetrated on 9/11 to push people into service instead of uniting us against a very real threat to our way of life is beyond the pale.

This administration has developed the reputation of being masters at misdirection and distraction. Making 9/11 a Day of Service while claiming there's no more war on terror is quintessential misdirection.

Oh, check out the introductory video on 9/11 Day of Service website. Note the music in the background. It is a song by Jack Johnson called, "Where'd all the Good People Go". In addition to the music being totally out of place, the message in it implies that if you don't play ball with the Day of Service notion, you're not good.

It doesn't get anymore shameful:

h/t to GATEWAY PUNDIT for the rare 9/11 footage.
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