Skip to comments.Ex-ACORN operatives helping roll out ObamaCare
Posted on 10/15/2013 12:23:00 PM PDT by Sub-Driver
Ex-ACORN operatives helping roll out ObamaCare
By Perry Chiaramonte Published October 15, 2013 FoxNews.com
A group formed from the ruins of ACORN is hard at work signing people up for ObamaCare, and may be collecting taxpayer cash for their work despite Congress' efforts to cut the organization and its affiliates off from government funding, a watchdog group charged.
The United Labor Unions Council Local 100, a New Orleans-based nonprofit, announced last month it would take part in a multi-state "navigator" drive to help people enroll in President Obama's health care plan. The labor council was established by ACORN founder Wade Rathke after his larger group was broken up amid scandal in 2009 and banned from receiving taxpayer funds.
At a time when our government has ceased functioning due to an appropriations gap, it is ironic that Americas tax dollars are being doled out to an entity whose poor stewardship of our funds was well-established by Congress, said Dan Epstein, executive director of Cause of Action, a nonpartisan watchdog group based in Washington.
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ACORN was responsible for child prostitution.
ObamaCARE and IRS regulation is the perfect
place for them to continue their corruption unabated.
There is no such thing as “ex acorn”.
Has anybody here tried to get a navigator job?
This is no surprise.
I have been saying from the beginning that Affirmative action hires would run Obamacare and its death panels ,those now working signing people up for Obamacare will switch over the rationing department next year.
Back in the day.
Report: Illegal immigrant hired as Obamacare navigator
I am so shocked.
Claude Rains Moment...............
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