The history of moonbats is closely tied to the evolution of liberals. Three million years ago, conservatives found that liberals were fast in multiplying, even in areaswhere most of them did not exist. It was also quite astonishing that once liberals made their transition into the “afterlife”, they were still remarkably able to cast their votes in elections. Conservatives agreed that something remarkable was behind this prolific reproductive system of the liberals during election time. This was a new type of moonbat, something that indisputably could not be from the animal moonbat kingdom but the plant kingdom because it was as if they were growing on trees. Heavy winds would blow them into the strangest places like mountains, volcanoes, and even Pancake, Texas.
Once research was completed, there was a unanimous decision that a new species of moonbat had been discovered: acornisa megafraudis.
Acornisa megafraudis reproduction depends upon a liberal ecosytem, fraud and climatic conditions that favored media bias. Though the period of germination is relatively short – only during election periods- thus the seeds must be sewn through the ignorance and zeal of youth, especially those on spring break.
Acornisa megafraudis also possesses a tough outer shell that cannot be penetrated by investigation or law enforcement.
June 29, 2009
Acorn Role in Census Challenged
By JAKE SHERMAN
WASHINGTON — Some Republican members of Congress want the U.S. Census Bureau to end a 2010 Census partnership with Acorn, the community organizing group that was hit by accusations of voter-registration fraud in the 2006 and 2008 elections.
Acorn, the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now, signed up in February with the bureau to be a “2010 Census Partner,” which includes, among other things, identifying job candidates, encouraging its members to participate in the count and distributing literature explaining the importance of the census.
But in the wake of accusations that some former Acorn employees engaged in voter registration fraud in the 2006 and 2008 elections, the partnership isn’t sitting well with some Republicans on Capitol Hill who worry that Acorn could skew results. There’s a lot at stake since the census is used to dole out money to states and localities and to allocating seats in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Rep. Patrick McHenry of North Carolina, the ranking Republican on the panel that oversees the Census Bureau, is demanding that the bureau explain how the partnership with Acorn fits its stated mission of selecting partners that will not “distract from the Census Bureau’s mission.”
Several other conservatives would like to see the Census Bureau sever its ties to Acorn altogether. Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R., Utah) said in an interview that he plans to introduce a bill that would require mail carriers to count the population as a way of keeping Acorn out of the process.
Stephen Buckner, a Census Bureau spokesman, said the partners program is voluntary and unpaid, and that Acorn employees won’t be paid to knock on doors and enumerate as part of that organization, although it is impossible to know if the federal government would ultimately hire someone associated Acorn.
Census Bureau officials said Acorn is one of 40,000 participants in its partners program. Other partners include Target Corp., Goodwill Industries and Telemundo, the Spanish-language TV network. The partnerships, Mr. Buckner said, are meant to promote the count and boost the number of responses among traditionally hard-to-count populations. Mr. Buckner said Acorn represents some hard-to-count communities.
Republican Rep. Michele Bachmann of Minnesota said earlier this month that she wouldn’t answer certain questions on the 2010 Census form partially because of concerns about Acorn. A spokeswoman for Ms. Bachmann didn’t make her available for comment.
Rep. Steve King (R., Iowa) tried unsuccessfully to attach an amendment to a must-pass appropriations bill to forbid any Acorn involvement in the 2010 Census. The outspoken Mr. King is perhaps the most vocal critic of the organization, introducing a host of bills that would limit Acorn’s affairs in federal governance.
As for allegations of voter registration fraud — some Acorn employees were accused of signing up voters using names like Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck and the starting lineup of the Dallas Cowboys — Acorn spokesman Scott Levenson said his organization has cooperated fully with authorities, and promptly dismissed people accused of with wrongdoing.
As you can see acornisa megafraudis is often surrounded by film of Democratic politicians and corporate sleazeballs that serve as protection and financial nutrition. If the U.S. census is entrusted to these moonbats who knows if we will ever have a fair and just election again. It is hard to penetrate the shell of ACORN because any attempts to do so is often labeled as racism since most ACORN moonbats at least at the high administrative levels are African Americans. Take a look at a clip of FOX NEWS Bill O’reilly going head to shell with ACORN managers in May of 2009, including one that was blind.
Here is another clip of Fox News’ Glenn Beck and a former ACORN worker Marcel Reid discussing the fraudulent dealings of the organization. This interview is a rare gem.
In response to allegations of fraud, acornisa fraudis has decided to apply for a change in classification. They feel that their moonbat name has been tarnished by the Republicans and those in the media (FOX NEWS) whose coverage of them has been less than favorable.
By: Kevin Mooney
Commentary Staff Writer
06/21/09 5:07 PM EDT
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.
The new name will let ACORN leaders continue their operations without worrying about prior bad publicity, according to Marcel Reid of ACORN 8, a group of present and former members.
“We’ve known for many months now that the name ACORN is going to be retired,” Reid said. “The name has been so damaged to the point where the leadership knows it simply can’t go on as it has with the ACORN label out front and center, especially after all of the reporting.”
In fact, the process has already begun, she noted. Wade Rathke, who founded the organization, announced on his blog that ACORN International has officially changed its name to “Community Organizations International.”
I consider the effects of the acornisa megafraudis moonbat to be among the most damaging to future elections. This sudden move for a change in classification is just another example of their propensity towards fraud and subterfuge. The idea is that people will now see their new name “Community Organizers International” and not associate them with the seeds of voter fraud.
I would like to appeal to everyone who is reading this to refer to “Community Organizers International” as the group formerly known as ACORN. You can do this it is easy just like when the music artist Prince did it. Unless we do, the damage caused by this group can be extensive. Consider yourselves ACORN SQUASH . Educate your family and friends against the trickery of this moonbat.
Autographed Letter Signed,