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October 24, 2006

Moonbats Who Don't Like Trees

Carolyn Abst, owner of a San Francisco architecture firm, had thought her neighbors would appreciate her attempts to revitalize and bring jobs to the cesspool known as the Tenderloin district. She was wrong.

One of her plans involves paying young derelicts to plant trees in an area that can use any beautification it can get. Locals were outraged. Matt Bernstein Sycamore, aka "Mary Hedgefunds" — a drag-queen and former prostitute who is a member of the activist group Gay Shame — sputters that homeless "youths" (i.e., runaways and budding young hobos) should not be asked to do "grunt work" like planting trees, because "It's exploitation."

The Tenderloin is populated largely by bums, pimps, drug addicts, transvestites, and prostitutes. Folks like Sycamore aim to keep it that way, and fear that any attempt to clean the place up might attract despised normal people like Carolyn Abst and distract from the more important issues of meeting the needs of prostitutes and providing subsidized housing to lowlife degenerates who don't want to be "exploited" by working.

Sickamore doesn't live in the Tenderloin anymore, but that doesn't stop him from righteously campaigning to prevent others from making it livable. Fighting at his side is a retired stripper who claims her real name is Daisy Anarchy. Head of Sex Workers Organized for Labor and Civil Rights, Ms. Anarchy specializes in disrupting neighborhood meetings aimed at improving the area. "I'm giving voice to the voiceless," she screams.

Their campaign has entailed posting wanted posters aimed at intimidating Abst, like this one:

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Past generations built this country by clearing forest and draining swamps. Now it's mainly just draining swamps — unpleasant work, but someone's got to do it.

On a tip from Varla.

Posted by Van Helsing at October 24, 2006 10:09 AM

Comments

Van, how do you do this, day in and day out?

What this country has become in some places is disgusting.

I'm sick of these freaks.

Posted by: Steve at October 24, 2006 2:52 PM

Steve, like draining swamps, it's unpleasant work that someone's got to do. But Moonbattery's treasured readers make it all worthwhile.

Posted by: Van Helsing at October 24, 2006 6:17 PM