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ACORN Wants a Bigger Bailout

ACORN, a government-funded non-profit that seeks to install low-income persons in homes they can't afford and has a disturbing record of voter fraud, wants a bigger bailout.
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Of course they do. $700 billion just isn't enough.Cue their press release:
"The Bush plan calls for spending at least 700 billion taxpayer dollars to bail out Treasury Secretary Paulson's former colleagues on Wall Street, who fueled the current crisis, but does not devote a single penny to rescue American homeowners who were victimized by the predatory lending of these same institutions," said Maude Hurd, President of ACORN.


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