ACORN: You will never get the full story

Social Injustice: Lamestreams prosecute a cruel double-standard

In October 2009 The New York Times killed an Obama/ACORN expose, fearing it would be an election "game changer," and ABC and CNN did not want to go there either.

Beginning September 10, 2009, the "Pimp and Pro" ACORN story has been extensively reported by Fox News and Andrew Breitbart's BigGovernment.com, but not by the alphabet networks and the liberal media establishment.

On December 22, 2009, the Congressional Research Service issued a report on ACORN to the House Judiciary Committee and the reporting on it, like the reporting on the "Pimp and Pro" ACORN story, has been fundamentally flawed.

Dana Loesch, "It's A Wrap: The Most Underreported Stories of 2009," at biggovernment.com:

"Only in America can you offer to help smuggle in underage sex workers as part of your description as a taxpayer-funded 'community organizer' and still get federal dollars after the scandal breaks. James O'Keefe and Hannah Giles exposed ACORN for what it truly is: a malignancy that consumes the life out of depressed areas that it never, ever improves, ever, all in the name of making residents dependent upon the teat of government welfare so as to exploit them for votes later 'neighborhood organizing.'

"Michael Walsh explains the rep[e]rcussions of the dynamic duo's work: 'The Senate voted 83-7 in favor of de-funding the controversial group. The House voted 345-75 to cut ACORN's funding, and more than 20 states have demanded either a full investigation of ACORN or that they lose their funding. The IRS also ended up cutting their connections to the group.'

"O'Keefe and Giles made a mockery of the media who retaliated by refusing to cover the story, further hammering the last nail into their own coffin.

U.S. Senate: The ACORN 7"Despite all of this, Big Government wrote how after this egregious corruption, Democrats like Roland Burris still found a way to push for continued ACORN funding by slipping a provision requiring such in Harry Reid's senate fauxcare bill."

(from postchronicle.com)

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