Friday, November 14, 2008

The Coverup Begins at ACORN

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If there were any group praying (or whatever it is liberals do when they are about to get busted) for an Obama victory, it was ACORN, the group that was most-likely responsible for the biggest organized case of voter fraud in US history.

They knew they were sloppy when paying drug addicts and vagrants to register voters (including the Dallas Ohio) but it was crunch time because Obama gave them hundreds of thousands in his GOTV efforts. They broke the law whenever it was required and took the heat in the last months of the election hoping that an Obama win would protect them from indictments.

It turns out they were right:

(CNN) -- Community organizing group ACORN, investigated this year for filing fraudulent voter registration forms, has fired two board members it had asked to investigate allegations that an ACORN founder's brother embezzled nearly $1 million.

An internal document from the ACORN executive board, obtained by CNN, shows that members Karen Inman and Marcel Reid were "removed from any office or committee position you may have held."

A separate document says that "the memberships of Karen Inman and Marcel Reid in ACORN is canceled, and they are removed from the Association Board."

The documents, dated November 11, are signed by Maude Hurd, president of the ACORN Association Board.
There's no way in hell they would have removed these members if Obama had lost because, as board members, they know the dirty little secrets of just how ACORN operates.

The investigation was a sham and the Obama administration will look the other way unless and until they are forced to address it. That ain't happening in this Congress, folks.

So ACORN perpetrates fraud against the country and pisses on the most sacred of American institutions--a legal and open voting process--and will end up walking away with no repercussions.

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