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Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Mickey Mouse, ACORN, fraud and you

The ACORN voter fraud issue just keeps getting worse.....election fraud can be the single most damaging this perpetrated on a democracy. This is not isolated instances but an organized effort to throw an election to a particular canidate, Barrack Obama....from the St. Petersburg Times:

Mickey Mouse tried to register to vote in Florida this summer....Orange County elections officials rejected his application, which was stamped with the logo of the nonprofit group ACORN....Tow truck driver Newton Bell did register to vote in Orange County this summer. In the hands of ACORN, his paperwork went through without a hitch....Two cases, two outcomes, each with a connection to ACORN, the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now.

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From the NY Post:Investigators probing ACORN have learned that an Ohio man registered to vote several times and cast a bogus ballot with a fake address, officials said yesterday, as they revealed that nearly 4,000 registration applications supplied by the left-leaning activist group were suspect

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From the Cleveland Plain Dealer: Teenager Freddie Johnson said he was offered smokes and dollar bills to fill out voter registration cards. ...And now the Cuyahoga County Elections Board has 73 cards with Johnson's name on them. ...Johnson and another prolific registrant were subpoenaed to testify at a meeting Monday as the Elections Board continued its look at possible fraud by ACORN, a national organization that tries to get low- and moderate-income people to register. ACORN's methods have drawn interest in a number of states this presidential election year. ...Johnson, 19, said he mostly was trying to help ACORN workers who begged him to sign up because they needed to keep their jobs. ..."They'd come up with a sob story why they needed the signature," said Johnson, of Garfield Heights. ...ACORN leaders have acknowledged that workers paid by the hour were given quotas to fill.....Board member Sandy McNair said ACORN did not do a competent job carrying out its business plan. Members, in fact, said little about ACORN. And they turned their investigation over to the county sheriff and prosecutor. ...A second person to testify, Christopher Barkley, 33, said ACORN workers pestered him while they tried to gather signatures. ..Barkley, of Cleveland, said he was homeless and reading a book on Public Square when he signed some of the 13 cards that contain his name. He filled out cards - with his mother's house or workplace as the address - to help workers stay employed

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