Actually, it's worse than that. According to the developer, the iSinglePayer iPhone app was rejected from the App Store not just because it was "politically charged," but because it comes from a lone developer rather than a large organization. Apple shouldn't be taking sides in political debates, and certainly shouldn't be biasing rejection decisions based on the size of the group behind an app.
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