Thursday, September 17, 2009

White House distances from activist group

Days after the Census Bureau announced it would cut ties with the organizing group ACORN, and barely 24 hours after the ...

... Senate voted to withdraw funding from the lightning-rod activist group, the White House expressed support for measures to hold the group accountable for "unacceptable" behavior.

White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs alluded to video, taken by the conservative site, showing ACORN employees giving advice to individuals posing as sex traffickers.

"Obviously, the conduct that you see on those tapes is completely unacceptable. I think everyone would agree to that," Gibbs said. "The administration takes accountability extremely seriously."
Sure wasn't a concern HERE where Obama assured them that they would be an integral part of setting the agenda.

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