You know how John McCain and the Republican party are waving their arms about and generally working themselves into a schoolmarmish tizzy about the possibility of electoral chicanery? Good news:
McCain’s voter fraud worries—about ACORN or anyone else—are unsupported by the facts, said experts on election fraud, who recall similar concerns being raised in several previous elections, despite a near-total absence of cases.
Thank God! Also, to make that sentence a little more accurate, replace “voter fraud worries” with “patently bogus claims advanced to manipulate the base and the media and preemptively delegitimize his opponent’s victory.” There, much better.