Saturday, October 18, 2008

John McCain and the so-called Acorn scandal

"Acorn is a nonprofit group that advocates for low- and moderate-income people and has mounted a major voter-registration drive this year" reports the The NY Times. The paper debunks the latest Obama "scandal" that McCain has lately taken to hyperventilating about:
Based on the information that has come to light so far, the charges appear to be wildly overblown — and intended to hobble Acorn’s efforts.
Acorn is just trying to register poor voters -- very few of whom will vote for McCain.

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