Monday, September 14, 2009

Defending ACORN

I can't defend the people that worked in these two ACORN offices in Baltimore and Brooklyn. It's pretty much indefensible. I also can't defend ANY tax money going to this organization.

I will defend the other works that ACORN has done in the inner-city to educate citizens about their rights. They've stopped the abuse of police power by telling citizens in many cities that they do not have to consent to unwarranted searches and be bullied into letting police into their houses.

They have worked side-by-side many libertarians educating citizens on their natural rights which government should be protecting, not infringing.

Like I said, I can't defend the indefensible. I will defend what I know of ACORN and much of what they do this country needs.


Gino said...

i defended hitler's kindness to children and dogs.

so,i see where you coming from...

Tracy said...

I was hoping for a Hitler comment. Don't forget how Mussolini had the trains running on time!

Gino said...

i almost gave you the mussolini one (it was my first thought), but hitler is so much the default go to guy.

geez, where would internet discussions be without hitler being first?

we recognise him for that contribution to social discourse.

Tracy said...

That sounds like something Hitler would say.