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ACORN Cracked?

December 16th, 2009


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ACORN Cracked?

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The Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN) is a more left radical organization that has been the subject of tremendous controversy (sources below).

President Obama has been previously associated and supported (2007 Video) ACORN and has attempted to move away from them due to the controversy.

What is Acorn?

11-01-2006
ACORN Workers Indicted For Alleged Voter Fraud

02-23-2008
ACORN Endorses Obama in 2008 Election

08-22-2008
Obama to amend report on $800,000 in spending

10-28-2008
Justice and Vote Fraud

10-30-2008
An Acorn Whistle-blower Testifies in Court

03-18-2009
ACORN to Play Role in 2010 Census

05-09-2009
More Acorn Voter Fraud Comes to Light

07-23-2009
U.S. House of Representatives – Committee on Oversight and Government Reform:
88 Page Report: Is ACORN Intentionally Structured As a Criminal Enterprise (PDF)

09-15-2009
GOP senator wants investigation of ACORN (PDF)

09-16-2009
Obama and Acorn

09-16-2009
ACORN Obama Reid HC3200 Conflicts

09-16-2009
Schwarzenegger Urges State AG To Investigate ACORN

09-17-2009
House denies federal funds for ACORN

09-17-2009
ACORN’s Past Problems

09-18-2009
Congress: The Acorn 75

Additional documentation is available through JudicialWatch.org

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