Skip to comments.Obama + ACORN: "I worked with the community organizer" by Debbie Revor
Posted on 09/11/2009 7:41:11 AM PDT by Daniel T. Zanoza
Revor says Obama, "not personable, not tolerant"
EDITOR'S NOTE: RFFM.org conducted an online interview with Debbie Revor. In 1994 Revor was employed as a legal secretary with the law firm Davis, Miner, Barnhill & Galland while Barack Obama was an associate with the firm. In the 1990's, Obama served as legal counsel for ACORN.
Mrs. Revor's interview sheds light on what Barack Obama was like in private before he ran for political office. The interview with Revor will provide Americans insight into Obama's life as a community organizer.
The interview with Mrs. Revor was conducted by Daniel Zanoza, RFFM.org's Executive Director, was first posted on RFFM.org on September 15, 2008 and was not edited in any form. ...
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"All of them!!!!"
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"With the New Partys rise and its entanglements with ACORN [Association of Community Organizers For Reform Now] came the rise of Barack Obama. According to Stanley Kurtz, Acorn is the key modern successor of the radical 1960s New Left, with a 1960s-bred agenda of anti-capitalism to match. And Barack Obama was ACORNs lawyer."
From Obama's official website:
When Obama met with ACORN leaders in November, he reminded them of his history with ACORN and his beginnings in Illinois as a Project Vote organizer, a nonprofit focused on voter rights and education. Senator Obama said, "I come out of a grassroots organizing background. That's what I did for three and half years before I went to law school. That's the reason I moved to Chicago was to organize. So this is something that I know personally, the work you do, the importance of it. I've been fighting alongside ACORN on issues you care about my entire career. Even before I was an elected official, when I ran Project Vote voter registration drive in Illinois, ACORN was smack dab in the middle of it, and we appreciate your work.
ACORN (Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now) is the nation's largest community organization of low- and moderate-income families, with over 350,000 member families organized into 800 neighborhood chapters in 104 cities across the country. Since 1970 ACORN has taken action and won victories on issues of concern to its members, including better housing for first time homebuyers and tenants, living wages for low-wage workers, more investment in our communities from banks and governments, and better public schools.
Aw-w-w-w, just another unedukated, never went to H-a-r-r-r-r-v-a-r-d dummy like Paula Jones, Juanita Broderick, and, and, and, and so on.
I believe that most people who’ve worked in corporate life have run into a few Obambi types and saw through him right away (I also have a relative who took one look and said, “He sure looks gay to me”)
We members of the mob may be unedukated, but we be street smart in some ways.
Where was this before the election.
This is the first person who has claimed Obama was hostile to religion. However, many people have claimed that Obama has always been incredibly ambitious to the point of making all his decisions based on how it would advance his career.
We should be careful about reading too much into one person’s perception, though. It would be interesting if others come forward with similar accounts, however.
My question as well.
I swear I saw this before the election, but I always question people who go with weird, unnamed source instead of CBS or ABC. They may be biased jerks, but at least more than 5 people will hear what you have to say.
It was out there, but completely ignored by the news media campaigning for him.
Sean Hannity tried his best to expose his ACORN days.
This is the first I’ve read this interview.
It was out there - remember the thing about him working with laid off steel workers of some such thing? He was referred to as a "community organizer", but when no one could find a laid off steel worker he had worked with - that went away... and "community organizer" stayed but no one seemed to know what it was.
A. I am a private person and didn't want to be on TV. Since I also don't feel the media is fair right now to anyone but Sen. Obama, I didn't want my experiences to be shown in a different light than the truth. I just wanted the truth to be told about my experience with working in his law firm and I felt that RFFM.org would tell that truth and not change it to fit their preconceived opinions of Sen. Obama.
And CBS, ABC, and NBC wonder why their numbers keep going down...
I know, I know
As the above excerpt from the Editor’s Note reads this Q + A was first posted on RFFM.org on September 15, 2008, before the election. It was also posted on the Free Republic blog the same day.
Debbie Revor and Dan Zanoza were interviewed on the Dr. Laurie Roth Radio Show which is nationally syndicated. That interview took place in early September as well.
JMZ, Managing Editor, RFFM.org
thank you. I am certain he’s gay.
Don’t forget that Hillary gave free legal aid to help Radke organize ACORN.... It all started in Little Rock.
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