Gov. Bobby Jindal has banned state offices from entering into contracts with ACORN, the community organizing group that is accused of wrongdoing. Jindal administration officials acknowledged they didn't know of any planned spending for the group.
The only contracts that could be found with ACORN or its affiliates expired two years ago.
But a spokeswoman for the governor says Jindal wants his cabinet secretaries and all state departments, boards, commissions and agencies to scour its contracts and subcontracts to ensure no such funding exists - or was planned.
Better late than never.
So, tell me again, why did those 75 nitwits (I can still say that, right?) in the House vote to keep funding ACORN?