Sandy Rios

The mighty American oak may soon be pruned down to size. And the “Association of Community Organizers Now”—or ACORN—could accomplish it all. The shift from the seizure of power by violence taught by Comrade Lenin in “The Communist Manifesto” to the seizure of power by the corruption of elections and the constitution taught by Fidel Castro and the Sao Paulo Forum won’t be so hard after all.

Founded on the Cloward/Piven Strategy, the goal of ACORN is the destruction of capitalism through the creation of chaos to overwhelm the system. Fresh off the heels of their stunning success in intimidating banks into offering bad loans, and of nearly destroying the welfare system of New York City by flooding the rolls with new recipients, they have moved on to the voting process.

In the last election, a dozen states pressed charges against ACORN, citing everything from intimidation tactics to voter fraud and embezzlement. How could anyone forget their clever attempt to submit the entire line up of the Dallas Cowboys as newly registered voters, or their legendary submission of thousands of deceased or imaginary persons in identical handwriting?

“I would like for ACORN to be exposed that it is a criminal activity … a criminal enterprise,” said Anita Moncrief, a former employee for the D.C. branch. “What ACORN is doing now is not only taking money from the government but they’re taking money from foundations … pretending to register voters … but what they’re doing is smoke and mirrors … creating chaos at the election offices.”

Recently, the Democratic Secretary of State for Nevada filed charges against ACORN in an effort to “crack down on election offenses.” The allegations of wrongdoing have now spread to some 20 states. So we can be sure they will be stopped, right? No one would allow a group like this to proceed unfettered or gain influence with such a corrupt history … right?

Sandy Rios

Sandy Rios is Vice President of Family Pac Federal, a FOX News Contributor and host of Sandy Rios in the Morning on AFR Talk.