More On The Non-Existent Threat Of Voter Fraud

    It’s not so non-existent after all: 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. ACORN swears it is innocent. Sure it is. All of the voter fraud stories connected with it must just be a coincidence. (There are more than just those stories floating | Read More »

    RICO lawsuit filed against ACORN

    In Ohio, a state Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO) lawsuit was against the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN). The lawsuit alleges ACORN has engaged in a pattern of corrupt activity that amounts to organized crime. It seeks ACORN’s dissolution as a legal entity, the revocation of any licenses in Ohio, and an injunction against fraudulent voter registration and other illegal | Read More »

    ACORN Inst. needs your ‘charitable’ contribution

    My congressman will be hearing about this today. Will yours? With ACORN voter fraud investigations in the offing, coast-to-coast, I find it rather apalling that it’s “Institute” is an authorized CFC charity. This only helps ACORN raise money at one end of its (purposely) confusing enterprise, to promote it’s registration and sub-prime mortgage relief (bailout) efforts at the other end. Donate to ACORN Institute ACORN | Read More »

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    ACORN tried. Obama lied. JP

    ACORN’s 15 State Strategy for Voter Fraud

    Much has been made of the Democrats 50 state strategy to win the election.  Who knew there was a fall back 15 state strategy to steal it if they couldn’t win it? Americans who haven’t heard about ACORN and voter fraud haven’t been paying attention. Some have been hearing about it for years. Others are just now hearing after waking up to find elections upon | Read More »

    Dial tone represents Ohio official’s concern about voter fraud

    Stealing Ohio, chapter five. WTAM 1100’s Bob Frantz invited Ohio Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner’s Communications Director, Brian Clark, on air, to discuss the safeguards in place to prevent voter fraud in Ohio. They had lively discussion about the court case which, before the Secretary of State got it reversed on appeal, ordered verification of Ohio’s newly registered voters. When the conversation turned to specific | Read More »

    And while we’re on the subject of ACORN…

    …this dispute has, indeed, mainstreamed. Favorably to us: (Also via Hot Air)

    “To say that ACORN is left-leaning is like saying Terry Bradshaw may be bald.”

    Those wishing that they wouldn’t, contemplate this: we’ve gotten a lot of people lately around here who have registered for the express purpose of telling us to stop. Usually with a certain nervous bravado. Just saying, that’s all. (Via Hot Air)

    Wright, Farrakhan, Pfleger, Ayers, OBAMA pushing America to Marxism

    If Americans do not wake up and start fighting back all will be lost. While our churches obey the laws in order to keep their tax exempt status, Wright, Farrakhan, Pfleger, etc. use their pulpits to brainwash and spew propaganda. And elementary education theorist professor in the College of Education William “Bill” Ayers believes brainwashing America’s children is the path. Bill Ayers states: “the ethics | Read More »

    One Good ACORN Story . . .

    deserves another: A man at the center of a voter-registration scandal told The Post yesterday he was given cash and cigarettes by aggressive ACORN activists in exchange for registering an astonishing 72 times, in apparent violation of Ohio laws. “Sometimes, they come up and bribe me with a cigarette, or they’ll give me a dollar to sign up,” said Freddie Johnson, 19, who filled out | Read More »

    ACORN Strikes Again

    The words you are looking for are “endemic voter fraud”: Officials in Missouri, a hard-fought jewel in the presidential race, are sifting through possibly hundreds of questionable or duplicate voter-registration forms submitted by an advocacy group that has been accused of election fraud in other states. Charlene Davis, co-director of the election board in Jackson County, where Kansas City is, said the fraudulent registration forms | Read More »

    Quick ACORN question

    I would like to see a breakdown of the D/R/I split on all these fraudulent ACORN voter registrations. CNN’s report was decent. Don’t get me wrong, I’m glad that this stuff is being reported, and it should be reported more (and the FBI should be frog-marching people). This is just a question that I had. Just curious, ya know.

    Highlighting Voter Fraud That Supposedly Does Not Exist

    There really cannot be enough attention paid to groups like ACORN, that are quite clearly engaged in voter fraud: State authorities on Tuesday raided an organization that registers low-income people to vote, alleging that its canvassers falsified forms with bogus names, fake addresses or famous personalities. The secretary of state’s office launched an investigation after noticing that names did not match addresses and that most | Read More »

    Yet More ACORN Fraud

    Every vote counts…twice when it’s a Obama voter. Oopsie…duplicate voters via ACORN Hey, don’t worry, after all, they’re the “Democratic party.” This brought to us by the party that illegally substituted Carnehan for the Senate to beat Ashecroft and routinely holds East St. Louis open until 3am while closing down the rest of the state on time. I have to concede that Brokaw did a | Read More »

    105% of Indianapolis registered to vote!

    It’s like this. Brendan O’Shaughnessy of IndyStar reports that: In the county, 677,401 voters were registered as of Monday evening; that number was expected to continue growing as last-minute registrations are entered into the system. In 2004, the county had 602,918 registered voters. Meanwhile, Ogden on Politics went and looked up the population of Marion County, Indiana. In 2007, it was 876,804. No problem, right? | Read More »