Wednesday, July 05, 2006

The Kooks Are Coming to Kolumbus!

From the Dayton Daily News:

Two possible 2008 Democratic presidential candidates -- Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton of New York and former Sen. John Edwards of North Carolina -- are among the speakers set for the national convention of ACORN, the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now.

Special guests at the Sunday banquet will include comedienne Roseanne Barr and the Rev. Al Sharpton, civil rights activist and 2004 Democratic presidential candidate.

Edwards, the Democrats' 2004 vice presidential nominee, is scheduled to speak Sunday along with national AFL-CIO President John Sweeney. Clinton speaks Monday.

These freaks are annoying enough on television, now they want to invade the city of my birth?

As Howard Dean might say: AAAARRGGGGG!!!!!!!!


Joab said...

I wonder if Edwards will channel any small girls again. So you've got him, Hillary, Sharpton and Rosanne. The city of Columbus will be shifted to the left for two days.

And to think, they aren't even the most left of the Democrats out there! Sure, they're waaaay left, but not quite a Kos kind of left.

save_the_rustbelt said...

Rather childish, don't you think?

Or are you from the conservatives who don't really like free speech?

Steven J. Kelso Sr. said...

It's a lot nicer than what they're gonna say about folks like me -- isn't it?

Mark said...

funny that this person is called save the rustbelt, considering it was democratic strategies like higher taxes, unfettered union domination, and spitting in investment that led to the fleeing of the rust belt by industry to the south.

Also, I wonder if the ACORN convention will be handing out money for crack to attendees, you know, how they provided crack and drug money to their "get out the vote" workers who used fake names like Mary Poppins and the like to register "voters."