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Obama, ACORN, and Fannie


For all the noise John McCain has been making about the financial crisis, Barack Obama’s involvement has been much deeper and more long-standing. The only downside for Obama is that his involvement has been in creating the crisis, not solving it. In a piece called “O’s Dangerous Pals,” I show how Obama’s ties to ACORN aided and abetted a key pioneer in the banking practices that brought us to this sorry pass. This New York Post editorial expands on the point.


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