ACORN Promotes Lawlessness

j0202201If you’re a normal, bill-paying, law-abiding responsible citizen, you probably didn’t know people like these ACORN ditzes in the videos below existed.

But having worked a number of years in collections for a major corporation, I can tell you they do exist–in sickening numbers.

The first video shows ACORN thugs breaking into a home to allow the former occupant to come into the home they do not own.

It does not matter to the lawless (read: liberal) mind that these people had opportunity to know exactly what the terms of their loan were before they agreed to the loan.  It doesn’t matter that these people didn’t repay their loans as they agreed to.  It doesn’t matter that the homes they didn’t pay for were legally repossessed.  It doesn’t matter that these homes are someone else’s property.  It doesn’t matter that they are breaking the law.

In typical liberal fashion, all that matters is, “I want, I want, I want!” 

Disappointing and sad from a 5-year-old; pathetic from adults. 

Fortunately, the owners and the authorities aren’t rolling over for this lawlessness.  The first arrest has already been made, and they should be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law–everyone involved with this lawbreaking. 

 

6 Responses to “ACORN Promotes Lawlessness”

  1. Thank God for ACORN. At least someone is standing up to these greedy bank executives who caused this foreclosure crisis

  2. I think you mean the greedy people who took someone else's money with the promise to repay…then broke that promise, expecting to get something for nothing at another person's expense.

    I'm sure those are the greedy people you meant. No need for thanks; glad to help you get it right. 🙂

  3. Donna Hanks is a long-time ACORN activist and bought the house for less than 100K, then took an equity loan on it of over 200K (no word on what happened to that money), then, aparently quit making mortgage payments. She lived in the house for over a year after quitting payments–i.e., fo FREE!

    Thank goodness somebody is making them greedy bankers pay. <sarc>

  4. Thank God for ACORN. At least someone is standing up to these greedy bank executives who caused this foreclosure crisis

  5. I think you mean the greedy people who took someone else's money with the promise to repay…then broke that promise, expecting to get something for nothing at another person's expense.

    I'm sure those are the greedy people you meant. No need for thanks; glad to help you get it right. 🙂

  6. Donna Hanks is a long-time ACORN activist and bought the house for less than 100K, then took an equity loan on it of over 200K (no word on what happened to that money), then, aparently quit making mortgage payments. She lived in the house for over a year after quitting payments–i.e., fo FREE!

    Thank goodness somebody is making them greedy bankers pay. <sarc>