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Acorn plans investigation by Obama Supporters

Discussion in 'U.S. Politics' started by asur, Sep 16, 2009.

  1. asur

    asur Well-Known Member

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    ACORN will work with its advisory council, which includes prominent supporters of President Barack Obama, such as John Podesta, president of the nonprofit Center for American Progress, and Andrew Stern, president of the Service Employees International Union, to name an independent auditor and investigator, ACORN chief executive Bertha Lewis said in a written statement.

    Obama is rumored to be unhappy that Acorn has come under fire and has sent his people to help cover up the ACORN activities. Without the fraudulent votes
    ACORN delivers, winning elections can become more difficult for Democratic candidates!

    http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/32880434/ns/politics-more_politics
     
  2. ASPCA4EVER

    ASPCA4EVER Well-Known Member

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    Oh you of such little faith and a 'pent up emotional need to blame anything and everything on our President'.

    As with any organization as old as ACORN; there are good members/bad members/ugly members; members who have and keep their own agenda and work for their own private pockets to line and if it benefits them in some special way then that's all the better from their POV.

    But 'SPIN' on with your blaming/whining/assigning the criminal acts of a 'few' to the Person that WE ELECTED...it must make you feel better since John McCain didn't have a prayer!!! :rolleyes:
     
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