“Pimp and Prostitute” James O’Keefe and Hannah Giles prove Sarah Palin wrong: it seems community organizers are nothing like small-town mayors.
The Ballad of Hannah and James
By Asher Embry
These two young heroes on their own
Got proof of what we’ve always known.
That “organizers” far and wide
Quite often have a seamy side.
They thought of ACORN first, quite natch’;
From that their plan began to hatch.
And then the duo slyly took
A page from Saul Alinsky’s book.
With silly duds; a yarn to match;
They went to see what crooks they’d catch.
ACORN “helps” the destitute;
But hugged this “pimp and prostitute.”
Advised them to defraud and cheat;
(The “system’s” but a game to beat.)
Not troubled even when they’re told
Of teenage sex slaves bought and sold!
They did goliath work, these two.
They did what Democrats won’t do.
But Charlie Gibson said it best
For ABC and all the rest
Who evidently didn’t hear
Or if they did, they couldn’t care.
Now — though many still defend
And ACORN fights until the end —
It’s hard for Congress to ignore
Appropriations for a whore.
So James and Hannah made us wise
‘Bout what it means to organize.
Perps and media better hide —
This clever pair is on our side!
(You can read more of Asher Embry’s Political Verse at www.politicalverse.com.)
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