Tuesday, March 10, 2009
Breaking News About Breaking Into Houses: Hawthorne Public Safety Committee Expected To Make Statement Opposing ACORN Housing Takeovers
Hawthorne's Public Safety Committee is meeting several minutes from now at the pavilion building, Farview Park, and on the agenda is the issue of ACORN's well-publicized plan for "direct action" takeover of vacant buildings for homeless people to live inside...
My source says some kind of statement--either in the form of a resolution or a verbal consensus--will take place, and that resolution or statement will almost certainly oppose (possibly even condemn) any "direct action" of taking over houses in the neighborhood and putting homeless people inside.
In fact, it is expected that TACTICAL COUNTER ACTIONS may be discussed in regard to how Hawthorne can prevent or dramatically cut short any such takeover, but those tactics will not be shared on this blog, at least not before whatever goes down goes down. I'll certainly hear about these measures, but undoubtedly this information will come with the caveat "this is not for the blog." It isn't hard to speculate, however, that some deliberate driving around and some calling of 911 may be ideas warming up on the skillet.
I do, however, admire the spunk and the guts of these ACORN activists and my heart is heavy to articulate this kind of opposition. And so I say this in a spirit of helpfulness: word is Carl Eller has a big garage up in the Homewood area of Willard Hay, and Eller's not really USING it right now.
I'm just sayin'!!!!!!!!!