ACORN and the FBI

Pulling the wool over the American electorate is easier than you think…

Don’t believe me?

McCain is sticking to his plans of not talking about issues and going after the man – OK, if that is how you want to run a race then I would have thought that the American voter would simply see McCain for what he is – an idiot, but no. People are beginning to believe his lies. One of those lies is about a group, who either supports Obama or not – who cares? – McCain cares. Why would he care? Because it means two things.

The first thing is that if he attacks ACORN he gets under the skin of those who have registered with them – making them feel like they have done something wrong and will investigated if they try to vote: this is called voter suppression. It is a matter that if McCain can seed doubt then less people will vote and mean that he has a better chance of victory – John McCain doesn’t believe in democracy.

The FBI are investigating any and all oddities with regard to ACORN’s activities, and the thing with that is ACORN is co-operating 100% with the FBI. For such a criminal group you would think that they wanted to hide something – but no, they are voluntarily giving the FBI anything and more to help them. Odd that, no?

Secondly – Now that this is being repeated so much and the American voter is beginning to actually listen to McCain – the Obama camp asks for a special prosecutor to be involved. Yippee, you would think – but alas no.

McCain is saying no – he doesn’t want a special prosecutor involved – now I wonder why?

The McCain campaign suggested that Obama and his campaign were engaging in partisan politics by requesting the special prosecutor’s involvement. In a statement issued Friday night, McCain-Palin spokesman Ben Porritt called Obama’s request “absurd” and said it was an attempt to “criminalize political discourse.”

“Rest assured that, despite these threats, the McCain-Palin campaign will continue to address the serious issue of voter registration fraud by ACORN and other partisan groups, and compliance by states with the Help America Vote Act’s requirement of matching new voter registrations with state data bases to prevent voter fraud,” Porritt added.

Hmmm – something is a bit odd here.

How do you criminalise political discourse? What that actually means is that McCain will have to stop lying – and if he does lie he will be liable. But McCain doesn’t want that, you see – what he wants to keep doing is saying that ACORN is a left-wing, underground movement who is going to overthrow the USA, which they aren’t – they are a group of people who are trying to get people registered to vote in an election. But the people they are trying to get registered are poor, working-class people, who, in the US funnily enough are mostly ethnic minorities – now why would John McCain want to stop minorities from voting, I wonder?

How is asking for a special prosecutor a threat? And, like John McCain’s Iraq policy – no matter what anyone says – he will keep going, and going – not that he does want the ‘truth’ – he even said that to your face in the presidential debate – he really doesn’t want the truth – he wants an attack line that keeps HIM OFF the real issues. If he wins, and a week later things go from worse to unbelievably bad/worse – people will start asking, “Who voted for this moron?”

Well – you did, because so many believe his lies.

If McCain had said, “OK – we have a special prosecutor getting involved and I commend my team for asking for it (they didn’t but he can claim the benefit) we will wait until they have investigated the alleged fraud”, – things would look a lot better for McCain. But he isn’t. He and his dope of a running mate are going to keep up the attack – because it is working for them – because THAT is how easy it is to pull the wool over the American voter’s eyes!

If John McCain had any honour left he would fire his team of incompetents – again, he won’t because more than anything John McCain wants to be president because then he can lay the burden of being useless on the floor and walk all over that – as well as the American flag.

Because John McCain doesn’t love America – he loves his push for power.


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0 Responses to ACORN and the FBI

  1. Lile Elam says:

    The more I observe McCain and what he and his people say, the more I doubt his being president. It seems when I compare the McCain and Obama campaigns, I see McCain slinging mud about issues that are only meant to discredit Obama.

    It’s like the important issues are second when it comes to
    what’s important to McCain. It looks like all he cares about is winning and he doesn’t care how it happens, just so long as he wins.

    Obama on the other hand, speaks to the issues that are
    really important to myself and others. He doesn’t sling mud
    to discredit McCane. He only defends himself when lies are spoken by McCain and the republicans.

    Just seeing how McCain operates makes me realize that I could never vote for such a man or campaign.

    I just hope that other people see through his smoke screens and see him for what he truly is… a republican who does not know what is “right for America” and the
    world.

    -lile

    Lile Elam
    Obama 2008!

  2. Howard says:

    It’s a travesty that people like jennifer Brunner are allowed to hold public office. Our entire democracy depends on fair elections. Voter fraud should be vigorously prosecuted by the authorities, with automatic jail time for offenders … and that includes voter fraud perpetrated by high ranking officials as well. Perhaps if stiff jail sentences were imposed, organizations like Acorn would think twice about defrauding the system, and defrauding the American people. This issue once again shows how important trust is … and, that’s why I would rather trust a man who would not sell out his fellow prisoners, even during 5 years of torture, than to trust a man who betrayed a 20 year friendship, for personal ambition.

  3. pp says:

    Well Howard – at least you’ve learned a lesson from the Reublican’s behaviour in the 2000 election that gave Bush his first term., and the widespread voter frausd that happened in Texas & Florida. Good on you to realise how un-democratic that was, that it was a ‘travesty’ and wow – I agree too, that offenders should serve jail time!
    Because you are right! How could any intelligent person have trusted Bush after THAT travesty! And look what you got as your reward! You would have been right NOT to trust him!

  4. Obama all the way says:

    I just saw cnn where the gentleman was talking about acorn. I agree with him, Obama is busy with his campaign. So he gives/donate/pays what ever we call it, these people to HONESTLY REGISTER VOTERS okay. They were the ones who send people out trusting them to get the votes, but they did not do it. What they was got paid for nothing, but all in all, when it is time to go to the poll, the votes will not count any way so what is the dam fuss. Please

  5. Kathy Giannini says:

    The media bias in this election has been scandalous and Americans will pay as they have paid for the last eight years if they vote in another over-marketed under-experienced president. It’s a moral duty to vote 3rd party this year.

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