I Thought Acorn Was Dead. Guess Not.

I guess bad things just morph into new bad things. It appears that "community organizers" just can't help themselves.

Officials with the revamped ACORN office in New York — operating as New York Communities for Change — have fired staff, shredded reams of documents and told workers to blame disgruntled ex-employees for leaking information in an effort to explain away a FoxNews.com report last week on the group’s involvement in Occupy Wall Street protests, according to sources.

What's so bad about "community organizers" like Obama was, organizing the Wall Street protests? Nothing as long as they are up front about it. No hiding. No dishonesty. No violence. Do they think they are fooling anyone? I guess so.

FoxNews.com’s report identified NYCC as a key organizing force behind the Occupy Wall Street protests. Sources within the group also told FoxNews.com NYCC was hiring people to carry signs and join the protests. NYCC — a nonprofit organization run almost entirely by former ACORN officials and employees –did not reply for comment prior to the publication of the initial article, but later posted a statement on its website dismissing the article and denying that it pays protesters.

 Why won't NYCC reveal that they are behind the Occupy Wall Street protests? If it's such a great cause shouldn't they be shouting their support from the roof tops? Could it be that the protests are so lame, that no-one wants to take responsibility for the failed protest? Seriously, who cares what a bunch of drugged out, over sexed, want to be, hippies think?

I haven't posted about the "occupy" movement until now, because it's only the media that is keeping this issue alive. Most of us taxpaying workers are too busy taking responsibility for our families to care about a bunch of lazy, druggies who refuse to grow up. It appears that we still have some tent dwellers in Edmonton....who knew? It's pretty cold out there tonight, let's see how long they last.

The police should take down every tent that does not have anyone in it tonight, and every night until the mess is gone. Maybe taxpayers should "take back" the spaces we are paying for, and let the protesters clean up.