Wednesday, September 5, 2012

DNC honors ACORN and Teddy Kennedy

At the Democratic Party's national convention in Charlotte, a video tribute honoring the late Sen. Edward Kennedy (D-Mass.) was played.

All throughout ACORN's terminal scandal that began with the undercover videos in 2009, Democrats ran away from the toxic radical leftist group as fast as they could.

No more.

As an example of one of the supposedly noble things Captain Chappaquiddick did, footage was shown of Kennedy barking out liberal nonsense at a rally for the job-killing minimum wage, one of ACORN's favorite issues. Right behind him in a conspicuous place appears the ACORN logo. (A screen grab appears above.)

It was one of the many events at which Kennedy proudly stood beside the taxpayer-subsidized embezzlers and voter fraud operatives of ACORN, as I reported in my book, Subversion Inc.: How Obama's ACORN Red Shirts are Still Terrorizing and Ripping Off American Taxpayers.

At least the Democrats are finally fessing up, well, kind of, to the party's close ties to the disgraced community organizers of ACORN.

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