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Falling Down The ACORN Rabbit Hole

October 16th, 2008 | by Windspike |

If you ask me, McSame lost the debate when he decided to go down the ACORN rabbit hole to Ayers wonderland. As in, I wonder why the GOP is trying to make something where there is nothing. Perhaps it’s because they have nothing to stand on.

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  1. 6 Responses to “Falling Down The ACORN Rabbit Hole”

  2. By Lisa on Oct 16, 2008 | Reply

    There is nothing whenever the democrats do it. I’ll say it again. Use the scenario that McCain had a “brief” association with a guy who bombed an abortion clinic. I could only imagine the smears. The only disadvantage would be is that we wouldn’t be able to call it racisism.

  3. By manapp99 on Oct 16, 2008 | Reply

    CINCINNATI (AP) - Close to one in every three newly registered Ohio voters will end up on court-ordered lists being sent to county election boards because they have some discrepancy in their records, an elections spokesman said Wednesday.
    “Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner estimated that an initial review found that about 200,000 newly registered voters reported information that did not match motor-vehicle or Social Security records, Brunner spokesman Kevin Kidder said. Some discrepancies could be as simple as a misspelling, while others could be more significant.”

    That’s some big ass rabbit hole. 200,000 out of the 666,000 registered.

  4. By Windspike on Oct 16, 2008 | Reply

    And the connection with Obama is…non-existent. Which is the rabbit hole by which McSame tred down into. If there really is a legal concern why hasn’t GW set the hounds of Justice on Obama?

    There is no there, there.

  5. By windspike on Oct 16, 2008 | Reply


    We’re hearing a lot about the trumped-up charges against ACORN these days—but very little about the massive voter suppression campaign being orchestrated by the Republicans. The GOP is trying to purge thousands of Democratic voters off the rolls in states like Ohio, Florida, and Colorado.1

    Source -

  6. By Chris Radulich on Oct 16, 2008 | Reply

    Apparently republicans are deeply afraid of voters. And well they should be since the number of register democrats is growing while the republican numbers shrink.

  7. By steve on Oct 16, 2008 | Reply

    Republicans aren’t afraid of people who vote, just the ones that do it two or three or more times like ACORN is trying to pay people to do.

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