GOP Rep Steve King, ACORN Conspiracy Theorist Finds Acorn Cookies at WH, Hmmm

December 9, 2009

(ChattahBox)—Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa), the premier ACORN conspiracy theorist-in-chief sees images of acorns in his dreams. He always keeps one in his pocket to remind him of the danger ACORN presents to the very fabric of our constitution. The wacky right-wing lawmaker recently attended a panel calling for a federal investigation of the community organization that helps the poor, carrying a plastic bucket of acorns. He believes that ACORN is a nefarious criminal enterprise that leads right to the White House. King attacked President Obama, as “the star of ACORN, the lead, chief organizer.”

So, it’s no surprise that when King entered the Socialist enclave of the leader of ACORNfor a Christmas Ball, he would be the one to find an acorn. And it appeared in the form of a cookie on the dessert tray. What does it all mean?

Imagine King’s shock when he went to load up his pockets with White House cookies and found one in the shape of an acorn. He found the discovery so dangerous to our democracy that he announced the find on his Twitter account and even posted a picture of the offensive cookie.

“At the WH Christmas Ball Monday night, they served ACORN cookies,” King tweets. And he attached a twit pic.

Hmmm. King may have found the link he has been seeking between Obama and ACORN.

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12 Responses to “GOP Rep Steve King, ACORN Conspiracy Theorist Finds Acorn Cookies at WH, Hmmm”

  1. Gene Terrell on December 9th, 2009 7:39 pm

    Just another example of Obama’s disdain for the general public. We should send the Whitehouse some cookies in the shape of a jail cell.

  2. C. Turner on December 9th, 2009 9:33 pm

    Gene,I will send you some cookies shaped like hats….and have them individually wrapped in tin foil for you.

  3. Sue on December 9th, 2009 10:14 pm

    Gene:

    Apparently, you are not familiar with the concept of sarcasm.

    Sue

  4. CommieBlaster on December 10th, 2009 10:40 am

    ACORN and SEIU are Communist organizations. See the proof, all the latest news and the deep, deep ties to Obama here: http://www.commieblaster.com/acorn/index.html

  5. Kelly on December 10th, 2009 11:45 am

    Ok, so let me see if I have this right. You write a sarcastic article in defense of the White House and their affiliation with ACORN.
    Do you seriously not understand that the “facts” are insurmountable in that ACORN is bad news? Have you “ever” conducted your own research on them? I have ..and anyone (with ANY common sense) would quickly come to the conclusion that ACORN is more than tainted with crooks. Crooks that are and have been for YEARS abusing my tax dollars. Follow the money trail that’s all I’m asking. Whether you’re right, left or in the middle….corruption is corruption and is abundant. And yes, Obama has been affiliated with them for years whether or not you’re willing to admit it.

  6. Laura on December 10th, 2009 4:26 pm

    BO’S audacity and DISDAIN is utterly dispicable! He is a genuine nut case! And he is scareing the heck out of me! Gawd help us all!

  7. Tom J on December 10th, 2009 6:21 pm

    Hilarious that a traditional French Christmas cookie could cause such a brouhaha. Good thing there wasn’t a traditional Buche de Noel, a la Julia Child – more acorns!
    http://cafefernando.com/chocolate-and-chestnut-buche-de-noel/
    And Julia worked for the precursor of the CIA – they must be secret acorn-sympathizers as well! Even Google’s part of the nefarious plot:
    http://images.google.com/images?q=acorn+cookies

  8. GOP congressman goes nuts over White House acorn cookies | Raw Story on December 10th, 2009 10:41 pm

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  9. Magic Dog on December 11th, 2009 12:58 am

    I love the Republican Party! Now that most of the mental hospitals are empty, we need to have an insane asylum somewhere!

  10. Questionman on December 11th, 2009 2:43 am

    Can a guy get impeached for serving a cookie? No.

    Can a guy get impeached for right-wing stories later turn out to be lies, and lies? No.

    Can a guy get impeached for following the rules of another country (Japan)? No.

    Can a guy get impeached for right-wing stories later turn out to be lies, and lies? No.

    Can a guy get impeached for supporting and siding with a organization, who by law experts, EXPERTS!!!, confirmed that it did no wrong doing of any kind but the accusers did? No.
    http://www.propeller.com/story/2009/12/10/acorn-report-on-videos-no-illegal-conduct-roadmap-to-renewal/

    Can a guy get impeached for right-wing stories later turn out to be lies, and lies? No.

    we are not allowed to defend and debunk any lies being told about our president, but you’re allowed to create right-wing conspiary thoeries, create a lie and spew it till stupid people like these commenters believe it, edit videos in the conservatives’ favor, and use scare tactics?

    as expected by a network who lies and discredit news in their favor google “fox news allowed to lie”.

    Come on conservatives, try to turn the facts i gave you as liberal lies.

  11. Questionman on December 11th, 2009 2:45 am

    sorry about my post. the fox news wouldn’t allow me to post it. my name is questionman, and i debunk lies…remember that.

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