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Dissonant “VOICE”

By Greg L | 6 October 2008 | Prince William County | 43 Comments

A new project of the local Unitarians, branded as “Virginians Organized for Interfaith Community Engagement“, had their first meeting recently to make demands that local government spend more money on public services.  “VOICE” is an affiliate the “Industrial Areas Foundation” founded by radical leftist Saul Alinsky, the author of “Rules for Radicals” and “Reville for Radicals” who argued that liberalism was ineffective, and that the progressive goal must ultimately be mass revolution, with democracy a necessary but inconvenient pit-stop on the road towards ultimate communist revolution. 

There’s another reason for working inside the system. Dostoevsky said that taking a new step is what people fear most. Any revolutionary change must be preceded by a passive, affirmative, non-challenging attitude toward change among the mass of our people. They must feel so frustrated, so defeated, so lost, so futureless in the prevailing system that they are willing to let go of the past and chance the future. This acceptance is the reformation essential to any revolution. To bring on this reformation requires that the organizer work inside the system, among not only the middle class but the 40 per cent of American families - more than seventy million people - whose income range from $5,000 to $10,000 a year [in 1971]. They cannot be dismissed by labeling them blue collar or hard hat. They will not continue to be relatively passive and slightly challenging. If we fail to communicate with them, if we don’t encourage them to form alliances with us, they will move to the right. Maybe they will anyway, but let’s not let it happen by default.. (source)

Bolstered by communists from Arlington and Alexandria, the large crowd asked Prince William County Chairman Corey Stewart to provide more “affordable housing”, more ESOL classes, and taxpayer-subsidized dental care.  Stewart agreed to get these folks together with the school ESOL program leadership to see what could be done, but flat-out refused to consider adding more housing inventory in the county while we’ve got a glut of what are pretty darned affordable homes anyways, and said that taxpayers taking on the additional expense of subsidizing dental care is something these folks should talk about in Richmond.  Bully to Corey Stewart for standing up for the residents and taxpayers of Prince William County while Senator Dick Sanslaw, Fairfax County Vice Chair Sharon Bulova and Arlington County Jefe Walter Tejada all fell over themselves trying to be the first to pander to the Communist clique.

The reason we had a housing bubble in the first place was a result of the dumb “affordable housing” initiatives that then later blew up and caused the current housing glut.  Perhaps re-instating sub-prime mortgage offerings to people who had no ability to repay these mortgages and ultimately sending them into financial ruin would satisfy these “social justice” advocates.  But with thousands of vacant houses on the market, the last thing we need to do is have government at any level sticking their nose into the residential real estate market and screwing things up worse than they already are.

As for the taxpayer-subsidized dental care (for illegal aliens, one supposes?), one has to wonder how many county firefighters or police officers will be laid off in order to make budget room for this non-priority?  If they take this initiative to Richmond, it should really go over real well with everyone other than Dick Saslaw while the Commonwealth of Virginia is looking at a THREE BILLION DOLLAR biennial shortfall. (thanks, Jody Wagner Goobenor Kaine for that one!)  It’s terribly unlikely that any legislator is give up their pet project in Richmond for this, even Dick Saslaw.

Maybe the Money Fairy will come wafting down and leave a pile of Iraqi Dinars (a currency with a future) under Craig Gerhart’s pillow, and whatever doesn’t end up financing Eric Byler’s next film project propagandizing the plight of Philipino midget sex workers after the demise of “The Man Show” can help make sure illegal aliens from Lower Garbageastan have nice and shiny, and cheap, pearly whites.  VOICE should keep up the drumbeat on this one, cause I just feel the Money Fairy a comin’ any minute now.

These folks are just plain insane.

If the young were now writing our Declaration of Independence they would begin, “When in the course of inhuman events…” and their bill of particulars would range from Vietnam to our black, Chicano, and Puerto Rican ghettos, to the migrant workers, to Appalachia, to the hate, ignorance, disease and starvation in the world. Such a bill of particulars would emphasize the absurdity of human affairs and the forlornness and emptiness, the fearful loneliness that comes from not knowing if there is any meaning to our lives. — Saul Alinsky



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43 Comments

  1. concrete4 said on 6 Oct 2008 at 11:17 pm:
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    Thanks again, Corey, for standing up and for saying NO to this bull$hit!!!!!

  2. Bridget said on 6 Oct 2008 at 11:41 pm:
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    Alinsky’s son praises Obama:

    http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/2097958/posts

  3. PWConservative said on 7 Oct 2008 at 12:11 am:
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    Do Unitarians believe in the Bible at all?
    Just Curious

  4. sandy said on 7 Oct 2008 at 6:43 am:
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    !What do they mean by affordable housing? 2If they want the tax payers to subsidize these needs ,then the churches should be taxed to help pay for these . Its their idea and we taxpayers are already paying for services. When the government starts increasing various economic issues beware . The churches are being lead by emotions .

  5. Just the Facts said on 7 Oct 2008 at 8:24 am:
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    Prince William County faces a catastrophic financial situation. The entire nation is now dealing with a declining economy and a devastated housing market. The problem is much worse in Prince William County, however, because of inept, self-serving policies of previous boards and the County government that created a glut of residential housing. Commercial/industrial real estate, which generates a surplus of tax revenue over the cost of the public services it consumes, is only about 10 percent of our real estate tax base. That residential tax base has crashed and along with it tax revenues. PWC will soon be laying off hundreds of County employees and slashing public services.

    As stated elsewhere in this thread, PWC offers an abundance of affordable housing. We have about 8,000 foreclosed units for which the banks would welcome bottom-dollar offers. People who convene a conference of communists demanding that the public pay their way into that housing are totally unhinged. Even suggesting that taxpayers foot the bill for dental care, or anything else given the state of our economy, is ludicrous.

    If the money fairy shows up unexpectedly, the County should use the revenue to maintain services for the public, hold down taxes and reduce the number of County employees who will lose their jobs. Differences exist on how many County employees we need and the value of some of the work they do, but at least they are all buying their own homes and paying for them themselves.

    Thanks Corey for standing up for us against these nutcases!

  6. James Young said on 7 Oct 2008 at 10:19 am:
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    If these “young” were writing now, they would be writing a “Declaration of Dependence” — not “independence” — on big government.

    What a bunch of maroons.

    But perhaps we can look forward to far-Left complaints bemoaning those who would intertwine church with State.

    I won’t be holding my breath.

  7. Johnson said on 7 Oct 2008 at 10:51 am:
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    Unitarian Communists? Since when does communism mix with religion?

  8. Here we Go Again said on 7 Oct 2008 at 11:04 am:
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    GREAT GOING COREY.YOU STAND UP FOR TAX PAYING CITIZENS AND THOSE THAT WORK HARD TO MAKE ENDS MEET.

    These Churches need to be immediately TAXED, now.They are mingling churh and state together and that is not the way it should be.

    Wow,dental care,most of us can’t afford the insurance a struggle to get dental work done. Just who do these people thing we are?

    Everything they want to do should be fund raised and paid for by the church.
    People already don’t give to some churches as they use it ways that was not ment to be.

    NO GOVT. SUBSIDY AND NO AFFORDABLE HOUSING. WE HAVE PLENTY.

    I WONDER HOW MANY OF THEM ARE LIVING IN A SMALL HOUSE, MENT FOR ONE FAMILY AND CHILDREN?

    Ihave seen several houses in our area have 8/9/10 adults plus 5/6 children move in recently.There are 6 vans or cars there everynight. And after several months the vehicles change and new people come in and the others move out. Except for the original buyer who has been there for several years.
    They don’t leave the screen door open but you can tell when a new one comes looking.

    I guess they think we are Dumb?

    This has got to stop and we need new faces in Congress to help the wave of change for us Americans who love our Country.

  9. Johnson said on 7 Oct 2008 at 11:10 am:
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    I agree that we need to flush out the Capitol and start over. Our so-called representatives have no clue or interest in our needs or desires.

  10. K.O'toole said on 7 Oct 2008 at 12:02 pm:
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    Once again, All Saints in Manassas, is in lockstep with the communists. From their most recent bulletin to parishioners. Maybe we should call Fr. Cilinski Fr. Alinksy instead.

    All Saints Catholic Church has joined with 38 Religious
    Communities in Northern Virginia to develop action
    programs to address important social issues in Northern
    Virginia. Clergy and community leaders have been
    working over the past three years to establish a viable,
    citizen’s organization to identify a prioritized set of social
    issues; and, define actionable programs. The result of this
    work is the development of a set of actionable programs
    that VOICE plans to present to elected and government
    officials on Sunday, October 5th from 5:00-7:00pm at the
    VOICE Founding Public Action Meeting to be held at the
    First Mt. Zion Baptist Church, 16622 Dumfries Road (VA
    Route 234), Dumfries.
    The prioritized set of programs to be presented at the
    October 5th meeting includes:
    1. The expansion and addition of Affordable
    Housing Trust Funds in Fairfax, Arlington,
    Alexandria and Prince William County.
    2. The setting aside and identification of public lands
    for low-income Housing.
    3. Decreasing the long lead time for processing
    applications for citizenship.
    4. Increasing public funding for English as a Second
    Language instruction.
    5. Expansion of the capacity and coverage area of
    the free Northern Dental Clinic
    6. Developing recommendations for improving
    access to emergency health care for mental
    patients
    This set of programs is just a start of what VOICE hopes
    will be on on-going dialogue between the northern
    Virginia community and our elected officials and leaders.
    All are invited to take part in this historic event. For more
    information call Dick Quintana at (703) 368-4723.

  11. K.O'toole said on 7 Oct 2008 at 12:06 pm:
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    Commentary from Ann Coulter, “Obama: Lucifer is my Homeboy”

    http://www.worldnetdaily.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=75543

  12. concrete4 said on 7 Oct 2008 at 3:40 pm:
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    Here we Go Again said on 7 Oct 2008 at 11:04 am:
    I couldn’t agree more!

    K.O’toole said on 7 Oct 2008 at 12:02 pm:
    And this is precisely why I haven’t returned to All Saints in months. I am having a really hard time with their line of thinking (or not thinking). What a total turn off it has been for me. Too bad.

  13. DPortM said on 7 Oct 2008 at 3:55 pm:
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    The shenigans will continue at All Saints until the parishioners tell the Father NO WAY…

  14. DPortM said on 7 Oct 2008 at 3:55 pm:
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    oops - shenanigans….

  15. Johnson said on 7 Oct 2008 at 4:06 pm:
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    http://www.wspa.com/spa/news/local/article/search_warrants_served_at_greenville_poultry_plant/9469/

    YAY!!

  16. Johnson said on 7 Oct 2008 at 4:15 pm:
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    http://www.breitbart.com/article.php?id=D93LPR783&show_article=1

    Hmmm…ACORN, liberals, nuts?

  17. manassascityresident said on 7 Oct 2008 at 4:40 pm:
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    Johnson - I went ahead and cut and paste because this is TOOOOO good (really bad) to not post.
    MCR.

    Voter Fraud Raid

    Nevada state authorities seized records and computers Tuesday from the Las Vegas office of an organization that tries to get low-income people registered to vote, after fielding complaints of voter fraud.

    Bob Walsh, spokesman for the Nevada secretary of state’s office, told FOXNews.com the raid was prompted by ongoing complaints about “erroneous” registration information being submitted by the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now, also called ACORN.

    The group was submitting the information through a voter sign-up drive known as Project Vote.

    “Some of them used nonexistent names, some of them used false addresses and some of them were duplicates of previously filed applications,” Walsh said, describing the complaints, which largely came from the registrar in Clark County, Nev. He said some registrations used the names of Dallas Cowboys football players.

    Walsh said agents from both the secretary of state’s office and Nevada attorney general’s office conducted the raid, and “took a bunch of stuff.”

    ACORN spokesman Charles Jackson confirmed the group’s Nevada office was raided.

    It’s not the first time ACORN’s been under investigation for irregularities in registration records.

    In 2006, ACORN committed what Washington Secretary of State Sam Reed called the “worse case of election fraud” in the state’s history.

    In the case, ACORN submitted just over 1,800 new voter registration forms, and all but six of the 1,800 names were fake.

  18. Emma said on 7 Oct 2008 at 5:08 pm:
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    “Taxpayer-subsidized dental care”???
    I have over $1,500 of dental work that needs to be done in the next few months, most of which will come out of my own pocket (and yes, I take excellent care of my teeth) and I work full time. I have watched my retirement savings plummet about 30% in the last week or so. Could these out-of-touch idiots have a worse sense of timing?

    “Affordable housing”?
    Are these folks living in a cave, and have not seen that some areas–D.C. included–have been auctioning off foreclosed houses for a song?

    “More ESOL classes”?
    There aren’t enough now? Sure, let’s just roll out the red carpet, fill up the flophouses again and give, give, give till we bleed. After all, we owe illegal immigrants the best this country has to offer them, since we should never expect them to work toward making their own country viable, and our resources are apparently endless.

    This is nothing more than an organized effort to undermine government efforts to control illegal immigration, under the guise of love-thy-neighbor interdenominationalism. Since when do churches dictate what social services government must offer, and to whom? And where does my church-offering money go, if it is apparently not going to help the poor?

    Of course, the Journal Messenger made Corey look like the bad guy, but I am very glad to see that he stood up to this nonsense and refused to be bullied by these charlatan do-gooders.

  19. Citizen12 said on 7 Oct 2008 at 7:32 pm:
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    Affordable housing is not only available, but plentiful as well. It is just in this area.

    So, I know I’m reaching here but….how about “allowing” those looking for cheaper housing to move to another state where they can find it?

    Another crazy idea…..If there is a shortage of employees because they cannot afford to live around here, perhaps employers will have to pay higher wages, and in turn, people will have to pay more for goods and services.

    Who knows, maybe that will catch on as people realize that going into debt to buy cheap imported goods from the people at the C.H.INA Company is not doing any American any good?

    After all, these people at the C.H.INA Company have only spent the last 60 odd years trying to rid the planet of these pesky capitalist Americans.

  20. Citizen12 said on 7 Oct 2008 at 7:34 pm:
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    correction - just NOT in this area

  21. CONVA said on 7 Oct 2008 at 7:35 pm:
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    Round ‘em up and ship ‘em out!

  22. legal2 said on 7 Oct 2008 at 7:58 pm:
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    Citizen12, I go out of my way to buy products (at 2-3 times the normal cost) made anywhere but in ch.in.a, whenever i can find them; when i can’t, i often do without. Too bad we have been reduced from a country that looked for the union label for safe, quality goods, to one that wants everything that $1 can buy, no matter how tainted or shoddy.

    btw, my neighborhood has a $300k house (abandoned by one hisp. family) recently purchased at auction for $19k (by another hisp. family). Who needs the gov’t regulating the housing through aco.rn or any other radicals?

  23. TedKennedysSwimInstructor said on 7 Oct 2008 at 8:13 pm:
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    Liberalism, like a loaded diaper, will eventually stink amongst enough sane people that it will bring a much needed change.

    Affordable housing is simply a means to socially engineer and bestow upon liberal freeloaders what you and I work hard to afford.

    The Constitution does not mandate a subsidized roof for everyone, albeit liberals indirectly minimize the need by aborting babies with heart murmurs that remind them of the sound of recharging their solar powered soy based vibrators.

    Walter Jose Tejada is no match for Corey Stewart.

    Tejada is a leftist farce, whereas Stewart has a spine much stronger than Tejada’s soft shelled Anglo-subsidized taco shell.

  24. Emma said on 7 Oct 2008 at 8:15 pm:
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    And I don’t get this idea of “setting aside of public lands for affordable housing.” What lands? I don’t think there is a square inch of undeveloped “public land” in the City of Manassas anymore, at least. It sounds a lot like they want to set up low-cost communes.

    How is it possible that it took this group THREE YEARS to come up with these brilliant ideas?

  25. TedKennedysSwimInstructor said on 7 Oct 2008 at 8:21 pm:
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    Re: “setting aside of public lands for affordable housing”

    Set aside the public landfill off Rt. 234, once it’s full, for leftist subsidized affordable housing.

    I can see the complaints flowing into Marty Nohe’s office once that occurs, methane explosions from liberal freeloaders lighting a joint while sitting on the toilet - taking the county and Corey Stewart to court because of burnt hemorrhoids caused by sitting and waiting for their number to be called on a weekly basis at the unemployment office.

  26. Emma said on 7 Oct 2008 at 8:33 pm:
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    Rapier wit right on target as usual, Ted ;)

  27. legal2 said on 7 Oct 2008 at 8:39 pm:
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    Ted, remember Rush’s idea for a bumper sticker in case Ted K and Billy Carter were the pres. ticket (way back)? “You drink, I’ll drive”

    You are much funnier - keep us laughing - we need it!

  28. CitizenofManassas said on 7 Oct 2008 at 9:14 pm:
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    The compost had a short article on the meeting and included that Cory was booed when he asked the crowd to also go after abortion. These people are nothing more than far left wing nuts. They also want a speed up in the process of Citizenship applications. What exactly does that have to do with helping poor people? Nothing.

  29. Emma said on 7 Oct 2008 at 9:59 pm:
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    They don’t give a rat’s *ss about the American poor, COM. Appalachian and inner-city families can starve/die from lack of medical care for all they care. They’re all about “welcoming the stranger” instead.

  30. manassascityresident said on 7 Oct 2008 at 9:59 pm:
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    Ted -
    You’re killing me! Too funny! We need to take you on the road!

  31. Anonymous said on 7 Oct 2008 at 11:07 pm:
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    K.O’toole @ 7 Oct 2008 at 12:02 pm:

    Let us know when they start the free dental care. My family and I will be the first in line! Maybe I should withold my Sunday (2) collections from Fr. Bob and make a dental appointment or two???

  32. Anonymous said on 7 Oct 2008 at 11:23 pm:
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    legal2 said on 7 Oct 2008 at 7:58 pm:
    btw, my neighborhood has a $300k house (abandoned by one hisp. family) recently purchased at auction for $19k (by another hisp. family). \

    Probably a relative. Understand from a realtor friend of mine that the multiple contract and the outbidding of the last potential buyer scheme is alive and well. Some houses have up to ten contracts on them and people are being outbidded. Isn’t this part of the cause of the “bubble burst? Is there still no regulation or oversight in the mortgage business?

  33. Anonymous said on 7 Oct 2008 at 11:24 pm:
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    Emma said on 7 Oct 2008 at 8:15 pm:
    And I don’t get this idea of “setting aside of public lands for affordable housing.” What lands? I don’t think there is a square inch of undeveloped “public land” in the City of Manassas

    Perhaps the owner of 9500 Liberty would be willing to “donate” the property for the “cause.”

  34. Johnson said on 8 Oct 2008 at 7:17 am:
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    He won’t even spring for the paint on his next collection of racist fantasy.

  35. K.O'toole said on 8 Oct 2008 at 10:31 am:
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    7 Oct @ 12:02 “6. Developing recommendations for improving
    access to emergency health care for mental
    patients” - The libs are begging for help! I’d be inclined to go along with this idea, if it weren’t for the therapists are often of the same mental condition.

  36. TDB said on 8 Oct 2008 at 1:32 pm:
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    Kind of a long read, but it’s spot on!!

    http://michellemalkin.com/2008/09/26/the-ant-and-the-grasshopper-2008-edition/

    The Ant and the Grasshopper, 2008 edition
    by Michelle Malkin
    Creators Syndicate
    Copyright 2008

    With what looks like imminent passage of the Mother of All Bailouts (following on the heels of a year’s worth of government-funded rescues of private homeowners, lenders, insurers, and the automakers), Washington has turned Aesop’s famous fable about prudence and hard work on its head. The time is ripe for a revised 2008 edition of “The Ant and the Grasshopper:”

    In a meadow on a hot summer’s day, a Grasshopper was chirping and carousing his time away. He watched scornfully as an Ant nearby struggled to store up large kernels of food and build a secure nest. The Ant pulled overtime shifts to pay off his loans and accumulate retirement funds for the future.

    “Give it a rest,” the Grasshopper said. “Why bother saving and slaving and toiling and moiling? Let’s party!” The Ant demurred: “I am planning ahead for winter and you should do the same.” The Grasshopper blew off the Ant, squandered his supplies the rest of the season, and abandoned his home while on vacation (paid for by tapping every last cent of his home equity gain) instead of holding down a job.

    When winter came, the Grasshopper’s pantry was empty and his shelter ruined from neglect. The Ant, weary from planting, harvesting, and stocking up for months, was dining comfortably in his nest.

    Cold, hungry, jobless, facing foreclosure, and up to his two pairs of eyeballs in debt, the Grasshopper limped to the Association of Community Winged Insects for Rescue Now and demanded recourse. The office was swamped with thousands just like him. ACWIRN immediately put the Grasshopper to work registering dead ants as new voters.

    Funded with tax dollars from the rest of the meadow’s residents, ACWIRN organized mass protests at the Bank of Antamerica, ambushed its top officials at their private homes, harassed their children, and demanded that the meadow’s politicians halt all foreclosures (”We must keep Grasshoppers in their houses!”) and outlaw discriminatory lending practices against starving, homeless Grasshoppers (”Well-stocked shelters are basic insect rights!”)

    The banking industry capitulated; the Orthoptera Lobby secured hundreds of millions of dollars in housing earmarks and grants and counseling subsidies to support the Grasshoppers with the shadiest credit and employment histories. Antie Mae, the meadow’s government-backed home lending giant, fueled the push for increased insect homeownership in the name of biodiversity. Its executives cooked the books and headed for the hills. Katie Cricket and the Mainstream Meadow Media joined the grievance-for-profit circus, profiling Grasshopper sob stories and drumming up ratings as bewildered Ants wondered who was looking out for them.

    The banks drowned in toxic debt. More Grasshoppers fell behind on their mortgage payments. Bailout mania and panic gripped the meadow.

    Our little Ant, minding his own business, heard a knock on his door one late winter night a year later. It was his old, sneering Grasshopper neighbor. With ACWIRN’s presidential candidate, Barack Cicada, now in office, the Grasshopper had been hired by the meadow as a tax collector.

    “I’m here to take your provisions,” the Grasshopper cackled.

    But it was the Ant who had the last laugh. “I’ve learned my lesson,” he told his shiftless friend. “Why bother saving and slaving and toiling and moiling? I’ve spent all my savings. I’m walking away from my mortgage. Thrift is for suckers,” the Ant said as he headed out the door, leaving the Grasshopper empty-handed.

  37. sursum corda said on 8 Oct 2008 at 10:30 pm:
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    go to St. Andrew’s in Clifton or Holy Trinity in Gainesville to attend mass, less social justice and sports talk from the pulpit and more orthodoxy . . .

  38. K.O'toole said on 9 Oct 2008 at 8:14 am:
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    sursum corda, you are exactly right. also, i don’t recommend donating to the campaign for human development through any of the parishes, because they support these liberation-theology, socialist programs.

  39. TedKennedysSwimInstructor said on 9 Oct 2008 at 8:07 pm:
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    From AntiBVBL:

    Gloria Mejia, 8. October 2008, 14:15
    How dare Corey Stewart bring up the issue of abortion as we struggle to get enough housing for the too many people that weren’t aborted in the first place.

    Abortion is a means for a woman to protect herself from having to struggle within an economic climate that Stewart and Bush help create that makes it a financial burden to raise a child.

    Choice is not aborting a child, it’s simply getting rid of an unconventional piece of biology that if allowed to be born will simply place more burdens on society and expand the need even more for social justice.

    Republicans like Corey Stewart are really the devil. They want more children to be born so that they can indoctrinate them with all those crap conservative moral values they brainwash their own children with - like thinking God is worthy of worship.

    I am a firm supporter of abortion, and aborted a child myself. It was quite easy for me because I saw it more as an duty than a choice. In the name of social justice I think abortion is a righteous tool and a duty if you really want whats best for the collective union of all of us progressives.

  40. Anonymous said on 9 Oct 2008 at 9:50 pm:
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    TDB said on 8 Oct 2008 at 1:32 pm:
    Kind of a long read, but it’s spot on!!

    Should have been titled “The Ant and the Cockroach.”

  41. Emma said on 10 Oct 2008 at 8:01 am:
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    Ted, I am speechless, for once.

  42. Gloria said on 11 Oct 2008 at 6:14 pm:
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    Just wondering……………anyone have the names of the other 37 churches in this VOICE group?

  43. Anonymous said on 18 Oct 2008 at 5:34 pm:
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    sursum corda said on 8 Oct 2008 at 10:30 pm: Flag comment
    go to St. Andrew’s in Clifton or Holy Trinity in Gainesville to attend mass, less social justice and sports talk from the pulpit and more orthodoxy . . .

    …..and there probably is an American flag on the side of the altar.

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