Washington has long been a place where ethics are flexible. If mainstream media outlets are snoozing, it's easy to get away with a lot.
The mainstream media has paid very little attention to the ties between Rep. Jerrold Nadler (D-N.Y.), who chairs a House Judiciary subcommittee that might be called upon to investigate ACORN, and Nadler's close working relationship with ACORN.
Nadler a longtime ACORN ally who has run for Congress on the ticket of ACORN's political party, the Working Families Party of New York, is now offering advice to ACORN on how it should try to weather the controversies currently embroiling it.
Nadler reportedly called ACORN lawyer Arthur Z. Schwartz earlier this month to discuss the group's legal strategy.
Read the full article at the American Spectator