Friday, October 21, 2011

Ruinations and Ruminations

My print column, which today borrows heavily from this blog, is up. (Why should print readers be denied the brilliance of what goes on here?)

From the comments, and for the record, I don't think it would be wise for the NAACP to take out an ad that tells black people to "Stop having babies you can't afford to raise." And to "stop acting like ho's and hoodlums so maybe you won't be in jail." Such a message, put that way, strikes me a mean-spirited and bigoted.

As for Daisy Dukes and her outrage at the protest group Occupy Interboro to Nourish Kids (OINK), it is nothing but a facetious figment of this writer's imagination. Oh, that OINK would become a reality. Potential occupiers of Interboro lunchrooms are welcome to the name.

Meanwhile, at Occupy Wall Street, residents are getting fed up.
Infuriated lower Manhattan residents went ballistic on Zuccotti Park protesters at a chaotic Community Board 1 meeting tonight while blasting politicians for allowing the siege to continue without any end in sight.

"They are defecating on our doorsteps," fumed Catherine Hughes, a member of Community Board 1 and a stay at home mom who has the misfortune of living one block from the chaos. "A lot of people are very frustrated. A lot of people are concerned about the safety of our kids."
My fellow DT blogger and former head of the county Democratic Party, Cliff Wilson applauds the protesters and hopes the movement grows in political influence.

I say, first things first. First, potty-training, then acceptance into the Democrat party mainstream.

1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

By golly, Cliff Wilson applauds the Occupy movement? Duh. Who woulda have guesses. Cliff also probably applauds the United Nations Human Rights Council that wants an investigation of the killing of Moammar Gadhafi. No joke... And Cliff probably also agrees with Vice President Biden that unless President Obamas mislabed jobs bill passes there will be more rapes in Delco...

October 22, 2011 at 12:39 AM 

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