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Billboard Bullies Have an Alinsky Method to Their Madness

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Posted on September 27 2010 3:00 pm
A concerned American citizen who found her voice before the 2008 election when she undertook the task of debating with progressives about the impending doom of an Obama presidency. Ann has a Masters in Religious Education, and uses blogging as a way to uncover the lies of the Left.
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We’re down to thirty-seven days before a tsunami surges through Congress, and the creepy leftists are coming out of the woodwork.

In an interview with John Hernandez of the San Manuel Miner Copper Basin News, Alinskyite Frank Pierson and Mary Ellen Kazda, spoke as if they were St. Francis of Assisi and Mother Teresa when they described why they put up a billboard with a quote from Sheriff Babeu next to a picture of a Hispanic looking family. The quote had no correlation to the picture, but instead made it look like the Sheriff was racist for something he had said regarding illegal alien criminals.

The billboard bullies in Oracle, Arizona have oh-so-politely told Sheriff Paul Babeu of Pinal County they’re not taking down the slanderous sign which they built to protest SB1070. They call it “message art,” that’s a creative way to avoid a law suit, and since the artwork sits on their private property, they can do whatever they darn well please, First Amendment and all that.

So, the two put up a sign which deliberately misled the public, and maligned an officer of the law.  They also involved the country of El Salvador in their little awareness campaign since the country’s emblem and a picture of its president are visible in the picture.

In an online search, Frank Pierson turns up as lead organizer of Arizona Interfaith Network according to an article in the New York Times, and Supervising Organizer, Arizona and New Mexico of the Industrial Areas Foundation. One thing about Alinsky organizations, they have a million different names, but they’re all tied to the same political machine.

Kazda and he are listed together on a State of Arizona political contributions list, and Pierson has his occupation listed as Organizer, IEF (this may be a variation on a group known as Intermountain Expansion). Needless to say, he and Kazda are as slick as they come.  In an article about the incident:

Kazda denied that its message accuses anyone of racism.  Instead, she proclaims the message is designed to be “provocative in a friendly way and not in a hurtful way.”

Pierson can’t cover up that pesky affiliation with the Catholic-hating atheist Alinsky. Did I mention that Pierson claims to be Roman Catholic, and that his Arizona Interfaith Network (IAF) has a prominent place on the Catholic Diocese of Tucson’s Social Justice Page? What don’t these social justice do-gooders not understand about working for an organization whose founder couldn’t stand the faith they proclaim?

They went on to say they “look forward” to having a dialogue with the Sheriff who they agree with most of the time. If they agreed with him so much, why would they falsely represent something he said by taking it out of context?

These two might appear to be whack jobs, but they’re crazy like foxes.

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