If you're still confused about whether you, too, should become a "community organizer," let Michelle Malkin's primer on the occupation help you out:
Let me clarify something. Nobody is mocking community organizers in church basements and community centers across the country working to improve their neighbors' lives. What deserves ridicule is the notion that Obama's brief stint as a South Side rabble-rouser for tax-subsidized, partisan nonprofits qualifies as executive experience you can believe in.
What deserves derision is "community organizing" that relies on a community of homeless people and ex-cons to organize for the purpose of registering dead people to vote, shaking down corporations and using the race card as a bludgeon.
The whole column is a real eye-opener. Especially since when asked about Obama's "experience," this is one of the only things his aides can point to. Great prep for what he'd be doing in the White House?