Skip to comments.Obama, ACORN (Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now) and the current financial mess
Posted on 10/06/2008 7:59:04 AM PDT by ETL
2004 Video: Democrats Defend Fannie/Freddie from Regulation:
"We've been through nearly a dozen hearings where frankly we were trying to fix something that wasn't broke. Mr. Chairman we do not have a crisis at Freddie Mac and in particular at Fannie Mae under the outstanding leadership of Mr. Frank Raines."-Rep. Maxine Waters, 2004
History of Fannie Mae scandal
Associated Press, December 7, 2006
"Fannie Mae announces its long-awaited restatement, erasing $6.3 billion in profit from 2001 through June 30, 2004."
Bailout Politics: The Congressional Dems who enabled this crisis are now being trusted to fix it?
Thomas Sowell, September 30, 2008
Guilty Party: ACORN, Obama, and the mortgage mess
Mona Charen, September 30, 2008
An ACORN Falls from the Tree: A congressional outrage
Ken Blackwell, September 29, 2008
Inside Obamas Acorn: By their fruits ye shall know them
Stanley Kurtz, May 29, 2008
"What if Barack Obamas most important radical connection has been hiding in plain sight all along? Obama has had an intimate and long-term association with the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (Acorn), the largest radical group in America. If I told you Obama had close ties with MoveOn.org or Code Pink, youd know what I was talking about. Acorn is at least as radical as these better-known groups, arguably more so. Yet because Acorn works locally, in carefully selected urban areas, its national profile is lower. Acorn likes it that way. And so, Id wager, does Barack Obama."
Good post with links, ping for later
Bookmarked. Just like another one of your lists.
Thanks for all the hard work.
I can’t finish my work in the Timeline Project without linking to here. Good job! And your profile is awssome too for in-depth. — FRegards ....
The Timeline Project / Link List of Bailout History
According to FoxNews, McCain will talk about Obama’s role in our economic woes.
It's starting to look that way...
This will be interesting but I'm sure they will have comebacks.
Why have the repubs been tepid in their response to the financial crisis? My guess is this: the sub-prime “mortgage” fiasco is just the tip of the iceberg. We will soon find out that much more of the credit market is “toxic.” The repubs have done a lousy job of oversight of the securities industry. That’s probably why McCain called for Cox’s resignation early on. Other shoes are going to drop and both parties are culpable. The fear right now is for the “system.” Will we see new political parties spinning out of this financial debacle and election? I believe that possibility is very real.
It's time to go to Glenn Beck's studio and pick up the pitch forks.
Oh yes, the stock market is tanking. Anyone surprised?