Friday, May 22, 2009

City Sponsored Rent A Mob Invades Northeast - AGAIN!


Your tax dollars at work! Aim 4 Peace, the city sponsored rent a mob will be invading Northeast agian this Saturday May 23rd for another love fest at St. John & Hardesty.
You may recall the last Aim4Peace mob that invaded that area with bused in protesters were greeted by business owners brandishing the family hand-gun to protect themselves from the "blessed peacemakers".

Armour up Indian Mound residents living near this location. Be prepared for throngs of losers invading your neighborhood, snarling traffic on St. John and Hardesty, peddling love beads, shoving daisies into gun barrels(remember that from the 60's) and offering free hotdogs to anyone gullable enough to buy their senseless "hug-a-thug" bile. The flyer we got also promised pony rides. Make of that what you will but we're lookin at it as just another source of manure.


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dahorton said...

Good evening,

My name is Pastor Damon Horton. My church actually put this event on. We did our best to make sure that Budd Park was left in better condition than we found it in, and made sure that St. John and Hardesty was not backed up. The event actually drew out over 800+, including all local gangs. I was able to speak to the young gangsters myself and let them know that I used to run these same streets and how the Lord saved me from being a statistic and making others statistics in the Northeast.

I'm pleased to report there was not gunfire, no gang violence and most important no Horse Manure, trash or even a piece of gum left on the field that we used. I made sure that with our introduction, we start things off on the right foot by showing that we care for the Northeast and know its potential for being a wonderful place.

With that being said, you'll be seeing us around more often (our church that is , not passing out love beads (good one...i laughed when I read that) but cleaning up trash on the streets, reaching out to both young and old and starting up GED Classes, Job placement programs, etc so that we can pour into a community that is forsaken and overlooked.

Northeast, we care.


Pastor Damon Horton