WASHINGTON D.C. - The White House issued a statement today saying that the $1.4 million dollars that comes with winning the Nobel Peace Prize will be donated to Acorn towards an ad campaign.
White House director Charlie Corruptin said, "Acorn's fallen on hard times. They've had a million dollars embezzled by the brother of the founder. They've been under investigation in various states for money laundering, voter fraud, and housing fraud. The President feels the best way for Acorn to improve its image is a advertising campaign since that's what won him the White House."
An Acorn spokesperson said the organization is attempting to refurbish its image in part by ad slogans like "Pimps and Ho's Ain't Our Only Business" and "Dead Voters Should Count Too!".