And in a new web ad, the McCain-Palin campaign tells the story of ACORN, the group that in just the past week has been accused of registering thousands of non-existant voters in over a dozen states. These “new voters” live in traditionally Democratic areas.
Philadelphia blogger Skye of Midnight Blue has a couple of Fox News videos about alleged ACORN-related criminal activity, including one incident in Crown Point, Indiana. Civil servants there have gotten wiser since John Dillinger escaped from its county jail in 1934.
Closer to Skye’s home, guess what? ACORN is involved in suspicious registration activity in Pennsylvania.
Speaking of criminals, it’s believed that The Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act, commonly known as “RICO,” is named for the fictional mobster Rico Bandelli, brilliantly played by Edward G. Robinson in the film Little Caesar.
After getting mortally wounded, Rico cries out, “Mother of mercy, is this the end of Rico!?”
Is a RICO suit headed ACORN’s way?
Mother of mercy, is this the end of ACORN!?
One can hope.