Crisis attributed to union-backed group

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Doesn't trust community organizing

The Barack Obama campaign says it wants to keep this election focused on issues. So do I. The Obama campaign says the main issue is the economy. So do I. I have another issue, though. It is called trust. I do not trust Sen. Obama.

Additionally, I think he and his ilk had much to do with the banking crisis, which is the economic issue of the day.

I believe, with John McCain, that the economy is fundamentally sound. If there are ups and downs, they are part of a normal business cycle. It is the banking crisis that makes the economy unsound, The banking crisis, however, can be attributed to the following: the Community Reinvestment Act of 1977; the orchestrated use of the Cloward-Piven Strategy; the intimidation and illegal activities of ACORN; President Clinton's national home ownership strategy; the activities of the leadership of both Fannie Mae and Freddy Mac, especially Franklin Raines and James Johnson; and Obama's involvement with all of the above.

If you are unfamiliar with these terms, use Google to look up each one and then tell me you trust Obama. I repeat, I don't trust Obama, not as a community organizer, not as a senator, and, especially not as president of the United States.

- JOSEPH H. DEMPSEY, Morristown


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