New Obama campaign tie to ACORN exposed

Money ties between the Obama campaign and ACORN have come to light. Brad Bumstead of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports
Anita Moncrief, a former Washington, D.C. staffer for Project Vote, which she described as a sister organization of ACORN, said her supervisor told her the list of campaign contributors came from the Obama campaign. Moncrief said she has a copy of a "development plan" that outlines how Obama contributors who had "maxed out" under federal contribution limits would be targeted to give to Project Vote, and that it was her job to identify such contributors.

Moncrief testified that ACORN and Project Vote were virtually identical.
So much for the Obama claim that he had "no ties to ACORN."

h/t: Charles Martin
Money ties between the Obama campaign and ACORN have come to light. Brad Bumstead of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports
Anita Moncrief, a former Washington, D.C. staffer for Project Vote, which she described as a sister organization of ACORN, said her supervisor told her the list of campaign contributors came from the Obama campaign. Moncrief said she has a copy of a "development plan" that outlines how Obama contributors who had "maxed out" under federal contribution limits would be targeted to give to Project Vote, and that it was her job to identify such contributors.

Moncrief testified that ACORN and Project Vote were virtually identical.
So much for the Obama claim that he had "no ties to ACORN."

h/t: Charles Martin