About two years ago this week, federal Judge Nina Gershon held that community organization group and voter fraud specialists ACORN was permitted to make an end run around a congressional ban on federal funding—instituted after citizen journalists armed with a hidden camera caught ACORN employees in several cities ready to assist in the hypothetical sexual exploitation of underage illegal immigrants—and was eligible to receive a proposed $4 billion in Housing and Urban Development Grants hidden within the monumental $3.83 trillion federal budget proposal for Fiscal Year 2011.
Of course, Congress adjourned in the fall of 2010 without fulfilling its constitutional obligation to pass a budget for the federal government for 2011. Throwing around big numbers, the Democrats thought, was adverse to their chances at the polls in that year’s mid-term elections.
Apparently, that thought has continued, as it has now been more than ONE THOUSAND DAYS since the Democrats passed a budget.
271 DAYS UNTIL ELECTION DAY
346 DAYS UNTIL JANUARY 20, 2013