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Friday, September 25, 2009

No good deed goes unpunished

Apparently this is official now. Acorn is suing James O’Keefe, Hannah Giles and Andrew Breitbart’s apparently for exposing rampant corruption. So as the Government backs away from this corruption, and Obama conveniently forgets they exist, Acorn doubles down with their lawyers to punish the whistle blowers. I just love the smell of corruption when it first sees the light of day. 

For those who wish to help out you can donate to their legal defense here.

Meanwhile the LA Times tells us that Acorn is even more committed to organize:
And some of the office's 9,000 members say the attacks have pushed them to work harder on behalf of the group.

"They haven't hurt us like they think they did," said Daniel Leary, a member who helps lead ACORN's Foreclosure Fighters, a group that assists people facing eviction. "Our anger makes us more focused. Now we know the mission at hand."
 Memo to Acorn, when you lose Barney Frank, your 'mission' is failing...

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