Acorn's new excuse

Yesterday, James O'Keefe and Hannah Giles released their fourth edition of "When Liberal Organizations Collapse" and this one took place in San Bernadino, California, where once again the acting pimp and prostitute found themselves in a seriously unethical and immoral chat with another willingly helpful ACORN employee.

Tresa Kaelke, a lead field organizer, likely exaggerated the truth during their conversation, and to her credit, she is the only employee who has at least questioned the scenario and been frank about the likelihood of their office being able to help the couple. As a result, ACORN has chosen to defend her and transformed their explanation for these chats from "they were doctored" to "we were just playing along", but this only serves as another attempt to avoid the fact that they were once again just played.

Embarrassed once again and their defense is she was just acting?

That defense just doesn't support her actions and calls for a rejection of common sense.

Kaelke didn't just say, "Sorry I can't help you," and moved on with her day because she didn't truly believe with certainty that O'Keefe and Giles were psychopaths or reporters playing gotcha journalism. She entertained them for nearly an hour, introduced them to an associate of hers, ignored at least one phone call to the office while she was on the clock and assumed to be working, and made sexual passes at both of them as they said their goodbyes.

The question that remains isn't whether or not she was acting, but will she be fired just as the other employees were?

If she isn't, will liberals call it racism?  Why does a white ACORN employee get to keep her job even though she made the same offense as black ACORN employees whose jobs weren't ultimately saved -- or created?

It has been a rough year for the liberal criminal enterprise, and they don't have a reasonable explanation for any of it.

Indictments across the country for voter registration fraud and candid camera revelations of likely, but yet to be discovered, acts of tax evasion and fraud have led to the organization being fired from the 2010 Census, proposals in Congress to strip the group from further federal funding, and New York State Attorney General Andrew Cuomo has decided to launch an investigation.

When it rains it pours and we can only hope ACORN keeps playing along until they can play no more.
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