Back on March 21st of this year, everyone seemed shocked by John Conyers' proclaimed...bipartisanship:
In an startling partisan shift, House Judiciary Committee Chairman John Conyers Jr. on Thursday proposed holding hearings on claims the liberal activist group ACORN engaged in a pattern of crimes ranging from voter fraud to a mob-style “protection” racket.Yeah...right. Here's my response to that thread over at "Stop the ACLU."
Gormless Worm on March 21st, 2009 10:00 amWell...guess what?:
I tend to think that Conyers is merely moving himself to the front of the “relevance line.” His rhetoric will catch the attention of the White House. He’ll be pulled over there for a nice personal meeting…and the all important question will be asked.
“Sooooo…Congressman Conyers…what’s it gonna take to get you back doing the people’s work…instead of poking ACORN with a stick?…I’m listenting.”
Democrat Rep. John Conyers backs down from his pledge to investigate ACORN fraud: Bok, bok, bok.Mission accomplished...
Matthew Vadum zeroes in on the right question: What happened in a mere two weeks to change Conyers’ mind? Did he get a call from friends of ACORN in high places? Did he get something else? Why drop the call for a congressional probe in the very same week that ACORN criminal charges have been filed in Nevada and Pennsylvania?
What gives? Or who gives? (Michelle Malkin's blog)