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Obama’s ground troops are back. The ACORN criminal racket has moved away from illegally breaking into homes back to mobbing financial institutions. Today:

Protesters in more than a dozen cities across the country are demanding that a group of mortgage companies who benefited from federal bailout money participate in a government program designed to prevent foreclosures.

They say the companies should sign on to the Obama administration initiative called “Making Home Affordable.” The administration estimates it could help up to 9 million financially troubled homeowners stay in their homes…

The protests are scheduled Tuesday in 14 cities, including Philadelphia, Dallas, Boston, Los Angeles and Miami. They’re organized by the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now, also known as ACORN.

Last time the ACORN housing entitlement mob was out and about, they helped send a foreclosure auctioneer to the hospital with chest pains.

Your tax dollars at work.


Matthew Vadum has more.



Feb. 18: Obama’s housing entitlement campaign & ACORN’s civil disobedience mob

Feb. 20: “This is our house now:” ACORN mob begins breaking into homes

Feb. 23: Document drop: The truth about ACORN’s foreclosure poster child

Feb. 25: No tears for these foreclosure “victims”

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• Category: Ideology • Tags: ACORN Watch