October 9, 2008

Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Stealing Elections but Were Afraid to Ask

It's happened a lot at local levels; seldom at the highest. Kennedy pulled it off (and his inexperience cost us a lot). Gore came close. Now an ACORN member himself is giving it a run - and making it seem pretty possible. At least we know what a community organizer does now. If Barack Obama wins this election, there will be absolutely no doubt whatsoever that one of the things that will help push him over the top is massive Democrat vote fraud. It'll make the Democrats that stole the 1960 JFK/Nixon election for Kennedy look like pikers. One example of this massive vote fraud is in the amazing fact that there are now more registered voters in Indianapolis than are actually eligible to vote. News at 11? How about no news at all. For the second time in as many months a left-wing community group largely funded with U.S. tax dollars has submitted fake voter registration cards, this week in a key battleground state. The Chicago-based Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN), where Barack Obama worked as a “community organizer,” has long been investigated for falsifying information to register new voters during nationwide drives and authorities are especially vigilant in a presidential election year. This week officials in New Mexico’s most populous county (Bernalillo) notified federal authorities that more than 1,000 fraudulent voter registration cards were submitted to the clerk’s office. ACORN, which pays workers for each registration, is the prime suspect since it has handled thousands of new voter registrations in New Mexico since January. And if you try to weed out fake registrations by barring early voting? The NAACP will declare it a form of racism. Yeah, I don't know either. Everything is racist. LaSota said Monday representatives of the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now, or ACORN, a grassroots activist group conducting registration drives, dropped off 2,000 new voter applications in Lake County. "About 1,100 are no good," she said. LaSota said the flawed forms are incomplete or contain unreadable handwriting -- similar to hundreds of other forms that ACORN produced prior to this week. She said some ACORN vote canvassers apparently pulled names and addresses from telephone books and forged signatures. A spokesman for ACORN couldn't be reached Monday for comment. Lake County Republican Chairman John Curley said Monday the ACORN registration drive is the main reason he opposes the opening of early voting centers in Gary, Hammond and East Chicago. An attorney for the Indiana State Conference of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, filed papers in federal court alleging Curley's opposition to early voting was an unconstitutional to discriminate against black and Hispanic voters of the county. Uh-huh. Don't impede our fraud, that's racist, ma'am! The Bernalillo County clerk has notified prosecutors that some 1,100 possibly fraudulent voter registration cards have been turned in to her office. Some cards in New Mexico's most populous county have the same name as a voter who's already registered, but carry a different birth date or Social Security number; some list someone else's Social Security number; some have addresses that don't exist, Clerk Maggie Toulouse Oliver said Wednesday. In one case, a series of about nine cards appears to have been taken directly from the phone book, she said. In 2004, the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now, ACORN, came under scrutiny for paying workers to sign up voters and offering bonuses for turning in more than 24 registrations a day. Before the 2004 presidential race, then-Bernalillo County Clerk Mary Herrera — now secretary of state — said her office found 3,000 registration cards with problems that invalidated them. Those included faulty addresses, no addresses, bad signatures or no Social Security numbers. The Postal Service returned 400 cards as undeliverable. And how much of the bailout money will ACORN be receiving? I guess we'll find out. This has been a message from free-America. Where the clock is ticking. Update: "That one" is now trying to minimize his previous association with ACORN - despite bragging about working hand in hand with them for how long as a major accomplishment. How many more skeletons in the closet does he have to now run from? "No, I didn't REALLY know Ayers, not as such, KNOW, you know," and "Well I'm not going to disown a man (Rev. Wright) who baptized my daughters and officiated my wedding...er, oops, I didn't really know the man, REALLY, not as such, KNOW, you know," the list just keeps growing. I didn't really KNOW ACORN, not, as such, KNOW, you know... I guess if you know the meaning of know. Or who pays your checks. Or who really wrote your first memoir. Who the hell vetted this guy? Palin was vetted more thoroughly before and after, and there's pretty much nothing. That one doesn't get vetted at all, turns out to be standing atop that mythological beast "an orgy of evidence" and manages to skate through all of it. And they wonder why McCain/Palin crowds are angry at the media? They're SICK of it, that's why. They're sick of being lied to and fed a line. They're tired of the press mocking everything they care about and slandering people they admire and lauding villains. I've seen it all through the left talking points today - "Palin Crowds SCAAAAAARY" - well, then, dammit, be scared, as though there is such a thing as mediacide. More like a shift to alternate media because too many people are sick of what spin artists and liars you are. Like I say, this talking point hasn't just been in the mainstream outlets; it's slithered its way through all the leftie blogs through KOS and the usual suspects, and become a meme. Them scary Palin crowds - oooooohhh. With three heads and 6 tits, all filled with acid ready to scorch you if you commit the cardinal sin of not being lily white. What a bunch of rubbish.

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