Monday, June 22, 2009

ACORN wants to silence critics, and is changing its name

Association of Community Organizers for Reform Now (ACORN) leaders are using the threat of a law suit to silence and intimidate critics, according to current and former members of the liberal activist group.

In a letter dated June 11 an attorney for ACORN advised top whistleblowers that their unauthorized use of the organization’s name could make them liable for monetary damages and injunctive relief.

ACORN executives have also changed their organization’s name, which was tarnished by investigations in at least 14 states of allegations of voter registration fraud during the 2008 presidential campaign, and charges by current and former members of financial mismanagement and misrepresentation
A rose by any other name still smells bad when it's been soaked in sewage. And Community Organizations International, formerly known as ACORN, is still going to be the same group. Vote fraud, Etc., Inc.


Anonymous said...

The thieves, now formerly known as acorn, have something on the order of 200 inter-connected organizations for spreading the fraud. They launder funds by moving the money through these different organizations until it gets to whomever they want to pay-off.
And massive amounts of those funds have ALWAYS come from the demos in congress.

Mikey the Barbarian said...

From little ACORNs, mighty hoax do grow.