Thursday, October 16, 2008

McClatchy calls Acorn a "victim"

Acorn, under investigation for voter fraud in numerous states, is actually a victim of overzealous workers, and FOX News and conservative web sites have seized on Acorn's innocent mistakes to whip up hysteria against Obama, according to McClatchy news.

That's right, folks, McClatchy has announced Acorn is a victim.

Here's the McClatchy article: Acorn may be victim of its own workers in registration cases

Acorn's only sin is poor supervision and overzealous workers, according to McClatchy reporter Greg Gordon. He insists Acorn has no plan to commit election fraud. In fact, when it comes to shady organizations, Gordon seems to believe FOX News is the bad guy for pointing out the fraud.

... Fox News alone has mentioned Acorn stories 342 times in recent days.
(Pity poor Greg Gordon, having to watch endless hours of FOX News to count the number of times Acorn was mentioned.)
If you want the reliable info on Acorn, don't waste your time with McClatchy; I recommend Jim Hoft's The Complete Guide to ACORN Voter Fraud.
CNN: Obama gave $800,000 to ACORN for voter registration drive
McClatchy's Raleigh newspaper reports on fraudulent voter registration forms submitted by ACORN
Will McClatchy tell readers about ACORN before or after the election?


Anonymous said...

Just like his other shady associations, "I have nothing to do with that". Hmmm, sound familiar, "I did not have sexual relations with that woman"?

Anonymous said...

You guys have really got nothing this year, do you? You're just readying your conspiracy theories for your time in the wilderness.

Anonymous said...

1.) No one has yet explained how filing registration forms in the names of pro football players and fast food franchises will help the Democrats. After all, it's not as though the McDonald's will show up to vote.

2.) Every single one of ACORN's registration forms could be a fake and it wouldn't matter. McCain looks as though he's in for such a pasting that this can't possibly affect the margin.

3.) Maybe our time would be better spent trying to figure out some useful conservative solutions to health care, the environment and education. The Republican Party seems hell-bent on turning America into Brazil. This sort of whinging isn't helping us.

Anonymous said...

when it comes to torture by our troops it's individual responsibility and we hang liddy england out to dry. but with acorn it's a conspiracy which runs from the highest reaches of a far flung organization, including a dude running for president that doesn't have any involvement with it's day-to-day business.

great hard hitting work here as always