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Conyers Chickens Out of ACORN Probe
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Democrat Rep. John Conyers backs down from his pledge to investigate ACORN fraud: Bok, bok, bok.

Matthew Vadum zeroes in on the right question: What happened in a mere two weeks to change Conyers’ mind? Did he get a call from friends of ACORN in high places? Did he get something else? Why drop the call for a congressional probe in the very same week that ACORN criminal charges have been filed in Nevada and Pennsylvania?

What gives? Or who gives?

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Related ACORN news: $53 million taxpayer funds for ACORN since 1994 and now the group is eligible for up to $8 billion more, according to Kevin Mooney at the Examiner.

(Republished from MichelleMalkin.com by permission of author or representative)
 
• Category: Ideology • Tags: ACORN Watch