Saturday, January 23, 2010

ACORN is Dumb...DUH

Um, this is just kinda random before I start getting into politics and stuff, but if you see this post before January 30th, 2010, could you shoot me an e-mail at   I just wanna know if anybody's actually reading this thing...:)


An employee at a Philadelphia branch of ACORN, the national community organization under fire for allegations of wrongdoing, has filed a lawsuit in federal court against the two filmmakers who set off the controversy last fall with their undercover videos.

The civil lawsuit filed Thursday in the U.S. District Court in Philadelphia accuses the filmmakers, James O'Keefe and Hannah Giles, of illegally recording their conversation with the worker, Katherine Conway-Russell, and then publicizing the videos, which Conway-Russell says "caused emotional distress, harm and injury."
Conway-Russell is featured in one of several videos recorded by O'Keefe and Giles, who posed as a pimp and prostitute and visited ACORN offices around the country with a hidden camera. The videos, released initially through the conservative Web site, showed ACORN employees seeming to offer to help the couple skirt tax and housing laws while setting up a brothel.

Conway-Russell, an office director with ACORN Housing Corporation since March 2008, accuses O'Keefe and Giles of visiting the Philadelphia office July 24 to "entrap ... employees into engaging in inappropriate counseling," adding that she made clear to them that she could only offer assistance with "mortgage possibilities." The lawsuit doesn't go into details of the conversation.

It's hardly the first time ACORN or its employees have responded to the controversy over its operations by suing.

The organization filed a lawsuit in Baltimore in late September accusing the filmmakers and of illegally recording conversations at a Baltimore ACORN office and then posting them online.
And in November, representatives for ACORN sued the federal government in an attempt to regain the millions of dollars in funding the community organizing group lost after Congress responded to the undercover videos by voting to block the funding.
ACORN also has faced allegations of voter fraud during the 2008 presidential election.{source}

Hm, have I ever said anything before about the fact that libs and lib organizations are like little children? Uh, yeah, like a billion times.
In case you've forgotten...
They just hate it when they get caught. Little Billy sticks the gum in Sally's hair and then blames Sally for biting his Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle action figure. And then Sally gets unfairly punished.
Like here, why should the Hannah and James get sued?
Deep down, I think ACORN's afraid of them. Mm-hmm, I do.
Hannah and James, in fact, did us a favor. They proved our worst fears; ACORN is dangerous. Those rumors we've heard about aren't just fairy tales; they're real.
I really think we should try and stop this lawsuit before it goes any further. This is so unjustified (big word, huh?) that it's just almost crazy. You know, these people could use a little support.
These seriously sick, twisted, racist organiziations need to be stopped. If some republicans had been in ACORN (just pretend here) sure as heck they'd be sued.
Preferencial treatment, much???

Just in case you were wondering, here's a twitter page for Hannah
They haven't updated in a while, but yeah...

So, as a final note, I'm a-gonna see To Save a Life tomorrow!!! So excited! Steven Crowder's in it, uh-huh. Yea!!! I'm probably gonna cry, but, ha, what's new? I'll try and put a review of it at some point.
Wouldn't it be cool if Steven found my blog? I think so..:D
Love, Palin, and Crowder..

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