A couple of years back in 2007, I posted about ACORN and voter fraud investigations. I also commented about our now current president, Barack Obama's connection to this corrupt organization. Now we see that the corruption is far deeper than we first realized and I believe it goes even deeper than this. What bothers me the most is that our president was deeply connected to this organization not very long ago. He was directly benefited by this group, lobbied for them, defended them in court, and raised money for them. Don't be surprised if it comes out that he is intertwined in this corrupt organization at the upper most part of its leadership.
The latest scandal with ACORN is potentional fraud against the IRS, and child prostitution, encouraging a pimp and prostitute to lie to the government in order to qualify for government funded home loans. Amazing!
Tuesday, September 22, 2009
It is like the old adage, give a man a fish and you feed him for a day, teach him to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.
This is absolutely brilliant and needed to be said. Thank God for common sense. The concepts she espouses in her book can be applied right here in the U.S.A. with social programs, subsidies, and government handouts that have lead to more corruption and poverty than progress. Social welfare programs, particularly targeted towards minority communities have done a great deal of economic and moral damage to those communities. Speaking in reference to the black community specifically, government assistance has only encouraged a greater dependency to government programs, the break down of the family unit, and increased out of wedlock birth rates.
More power to Ms. Moyo, I am thankful she had the gonads to challenge the status quo. I wish more people had the common sense and decency to realize the huge disservice they do when we continue to allow our government and some non-government entities to give money to corrupt regimes in the name of charity. Just becuase something looks good doesn't mean it IS good.
Hat Tip: Booker Rising