Monday, February 23, 2009

Will ACORN help me . . .

. . . if I don't make my car payment? See, the finance company keeps calling me, saying I'm way behind on the note, and every time I hear a truck on my street, I look outside to make sure it's not the repo man coming to tow my car.

Anyway, since ACORN's all about civil disobedience on behalf of people whose homes getting foreclosed, I'm wondering if they will come do a picket line around my car to protect me from those predatory lenders who expect me to make my payments.

Because I have a right to a 2004 Kia Optima. It's for the children! No justice, no peace!

I am a victim. And please hit the tip jar, because maybe I'm not joking. And even if I am joking, this is some funny sh*t, right?

(H/T: Ace of Spades and Michelle Malkin)

UPDATE: Welcome, Jawas! Just throw $20 in the tip jar to fund my next crusade: Your right to premium cable. Let's face it, why should you be treated like a second-class citizen -- riding the back of the cable bus -- while these predatory cable providers oppress you by denying you access to HBO, Showtime and those PPV porn channels? Hope! Change! Equality!

By the way, have you heard about the government program to give free cell-phone service to the poor? That's NOT a joke!

UPDATE II: Smitty suggests Keb Mo's "Soon As I Get Paid" for the theme song: