Billions more for ACORN in so-called Stimulus Bill

Fox News has this:

Republican lawmakers are raising concerns that ACORN, the low-income advocacy group under investigation for voter registration fraud, could be eligible for billions in aid from the economic stimulus proposal working its way through the House.

House Republican Leader John Boehner issued a statement over the weekend noting that the stimulus bill wending its way through Congress provides $4.19 billion for "neighborhood stabilization activities."

He said the money was previously limited to state and local governments, but that Democrats now want part of it to be available to non-profit entities. That means groups like ACORN would be eligible for a portion of the funds. . . . .



Blogger juandos said...

Jim Hoft of Gateway Pundit posted the following on Pajamas Media:

The Complete Guide to ACORN Voter Fraud

They register dead people. But that's not all

1/27/2009 12:29 PM  
Blogger Unknown said...

Just how many dead people voted? Zero! Why does true democracy -- black people and other minorities getting out a voting -- disturb you? Get used to greater power of the people; the face of American politics has changed with a President who encourages ideas and perspectives via his website and who brings greater transparency to the office.

(I am a middle-aged, white woman who has lectured at universities in economics and am now CIO of a global company -- so don't write me off as liberal, minority activist)

1/30/2009 9:03 PM  

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