Bruce in CT
Madness is something rare in individuals — but in groups, parties, peoples, ages it is the rule. Friedrich Nietzsche
"Every good and perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of the heavenly lights, who does not change like shifting shadows."
Can someone explain to me why "Community Organizing" is bad?
Is the only legitimate existence for "charity" as a tax shelter for rich scum bag CEO's and an ideal for people pretending to be Christians?
Thought you were "registered to vote" think again...
because he was involved with a liberal activist group known for commiting voter fraud.
HAHAHA, that last one is a hoot, Outsider.
The McCain campaign lost all of its leverage on the Obama campaign when they named Palin as their VP. "Alaska has a very close maritime border with Russia, ya know!"
As for the rest, they're political 'toons and are meant to be pointed- not gonna get upset. It's just the irony of the last one couldn't get away without being pointed out.
Nah, we all know that's not the kind of "Community Organizing" Guiliani and Palin were making fun a month or so ago at the RNC - that story is only from a few days ago. They were making fun of people working to better their communities. Food shelves, improved schools, safer parks, etc. are "bad", I just want to know why. Be forthright and honest with me (You'll also be informing anyone else who's perplexed by this) I can handle "the truth" as you see it, so lay it out there for me and explain to me why helping people is bad.
here is a story from June:
that really is the kind of "community organizing" that is being discussed in relation to Obama..the "community organizing" groups involved in democrat voter fraud.
it has nothing to do with actually "helping people" at all...
well..unless you count helping themselves..and "helping" democrats get elected by comitting voter fraud! maybe thats how they justify the claim that they "help people"..