Tuesday, April 15, 2008

On April 15th, my tax dollars at work

Over the past 2 years it has been proven beyond a shadow of a doubt that poor people should not buy homes. Nobody with an IQ over 50 would want to encourage people to buy homes they cannot afford. Unless of course you are a city councilman with nothing to do.

As I was on my way to mail off my Q1 tax payments this evening I saw a sign for a "home ownership forum". Intrigued, I looked it up online and this is what I found:

Marietta Ward 5 City Councilman Anthony Coleman will sponsor a meeting April 17 to help first-time home buyers find affordable housing options throughout the city.
Representatives from the Marietta Housing Authority, the city's Housing and Community Development Division and Cobb Housing, Inc. will discuss programs that assist low and moderate-income families in obtaining home ownership. The organizations will accept individual initial applications for assistance at the meeting.
The eighth annual home ownership forum is free and open to all interested citizens.
It will be held at 6:30 p.m. in the Council chambers on the first floor of City Hall, 205 Lawrence Street.

Translation: If you are a deadbeat piece of shit who wants a house you can't afford, come on down to city hall and we'll show you how. And don't worry if you can't speak English, we'll have translators there for you. And most importantly don't f forget to vote - as a Democrat of course.

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