20 February 2009

ACORN = Government sanctioned mob

We saw this one coming. The same organization that helped President Hussein get elected to the Senate in IL and to the presidency are now claiming their constitutional right to do whatever they want and get away with it. Did I mention that they are large part of why the housing market collapsed here? Who says that food-stamp mortgages are a bad idea? Forty percent of their income is from taxpayers, and they have been subsidized by the government for 4 decades. They have promoted illegal immigration and encouraged voter fraud.

And now this:
A community organization breaks into a foreclosed home in what they are calling an act of civil disobedience.

The group wants to train homeowners facing eviction on peaceful ways they can remain in their homes.

Derek Valcourt reports their actions are not without controversy.

Near Patterson Park, the padlock on the door and the sign in the window tells part of Donna Hanks foreclosure story.

"The mortgage went up $300 in one month," said Hanks, former homeowner.

She says the bank refused to modify her loan and foreclosed, kicking her out of the house in September.

The community group ACORN calls Hanks a victim of predatory lending.

"This is our house now," said Louis Beverly, ACORN.

And on Thursday afternoon, they literally broke the foreclosure padlock right off the front door and then broke into the house, letting Hanks back in for the first time in months.
Why did her mortgage up? Because of an ACORN-structured loan.

That's right, folks. Taxpayer-subsidized anarchy is looming. God bless America.

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