Michelle called me five times a week, for three straight weeks during the primaries. She was a Caller Unknown Terrorist. <br><br><br><br> <br><br>[color:white]xx</font color=white>[color:blue]I always deserve it. Really.</font color=blue><br><br>
_________________________ I always deserve it. Really.
"submitted at least 10 false voter-registration cards in Bridgeport. "<br><br>"there were only about 135 questionable cards — 85 of them duplicates."<br><br>WOW... widespread fraud... <br><br>you just can't face the reality -the GOP candidate is a lost old man few want to trust (age, Sr moments, screwy VP) and mainly those voting for him are die hard GOPers who'd support Mussolini if he were the GOP ticket !<br><br>I think the other thing many righties are having a hard time acknowledging is that Reagonomics (trickle down) and the total govt hands off the private sector (deregulation) has failed miserably ! Those theories are kaput !! The financial separation into the halves and have-nots (started under Reagan and completed by Bush) deprives the middle class of spending cash... without that many wealthy business people fail... no or slow business. And the private sector for teh most part can't be trusted.. many will screw anybody for a buck... and even themselves by being too greedy... and killing the Golden goose.<br><br>David (OFI)
"ACORN's political action committee endorsed Obama in the primary."<br><br>so what... I'm sure Osama Bin Laden endorsed Bush in 2004... afterall Bush gave him (through stupidity) every thing he could have dreamed of (incl Saddam's head) .... so does that make Bush an Al Quada member ? <br><br> <br><br><br>mmm maybe I better reconsider this one !! <br><br>David (OFI)
WOW... widespread fraud... <br><br>Sorry David its now into the tens of thousands of voter registration fraud <br><br>Where this comes into play - early votes , has nothing to do with people walking to the voting booths in person.<br><br>
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>Where this comes into play - early votes , has nothing to do with people walking to the voting booths in person.<p><hr></blockquote><p>How is that? Any voter registration application is reviewed and approved or rejected by the county & state election board. That's why the fraudulant applications are getting rejected. How does a person vote if their voter application isn't approved by the governmental election office?<br><br>Why is it not suspicious that Limbaugh and Hannity are pumping up the ACORN application fraud for weeks now and ... just like Operation Chaos ... "thousands" of fraudulant ACORN applications show up this week for the media's scrutiny? <br><br>I bet there's three components: a few corrupt ACORN staff trying to make some cash by faking applications, a lot of "operation chaos" style mischief to make a media story that Dems are trying to steal the election, and a very small number of corrupt voters (Dem & Rep) filing bogus applications.<br><br><br>................................................<br> <br>2000 fraudulant applications = .00166 of 1%<br>Still sounds like faux outrage.<br>
Court Finds Brunner in Violation of Federal Law<br>Secretary of State appeals ruling, fights effort to validate registrations<br>(Columbus) - <br><br>A federal court ruled tonight that Ohio Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner violated federal election laws by not taking adequate steps to validate the identity of newly registered voters.<br><br>The ruling from U.S. District Court Judge George C. Smith called the identification breakdown “a serious problem” and ordered Brunner to immediately comply with federal requirements to match voter registration data with the information in the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles and Social Security Administration databases. The court accused Brunner of failing to provide county election administrators with “an effective way to access and review mismatches.” She immediately appealed the ruling.<br><br>“For some reason, Jennifer Brunner does not want these new registrations checked,” said Ohio Republican Party Deputy Chairman Kevin DeWine. “Her refusal to comply with federal law raises serious concerns about her ability to objectively oversee this election. It’s especially troubling in light of her connection to ACORN and that group’s stunning confession this week of fraudulent registration activity happening right here in Ohio.”<br><br>Brunner’s effort to fight the court order comes just two days after the Democrat activist group ACORN admitted to the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections that the group engages in fraudulent voter registration activity.<br><br>Ohio ACORN officials “blamed the elections board for not scrutinizing ACORN’s suspicious cards,” claiming the group “can’t be expected to catch everything.”<br>ACORN is facing similar inquires in other Ohio counties as well as 10 other states. Members of the group’s “voter-mobilization arm,” Project Vote, regularly advise Brunner on election strategy, even recently issuing a news release that claims credit for Brunner’s directive restricting challenges to suspected fraudulent voter registrations. Democrat presidential candidate Barack Obama also has strong ties to ACORN, working previously as an attorney and “leadership trainer” for the group.<br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br>keep the change<br><br>
I’ll keep my freedom, my guns and my money – you can keep the change.
Loc: Alexandria, VA
So?<br><br>From your link:<br><br>"It's pretty bold for the RNC to attack us for a clerical error after John McCain's campaign was just forced to return $50,000 raised by a foreign national through a number of contributors who weren't even supporting McCain."<br><br>We could do this all day -- is there really any point other than distraction?<br><br>Turn up the signal, wipe out the noise ...
Loc: Alexandria, VA
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>he did give the money so the fraud could fester and happen and then not manage or watch over the process<p><hr></blockquote><p>Again: is it Obama's (or any other donor's/client's) responsibility to oversee, to say nothing of actually manage, the activities of the recipient?<br><br>Turn up the signal, wipe out the noise ...
The more I hear about the fraudulent ACORN applications I can't help think that this is the easiest media diversion possible.<br><br>Phase 2 of Operation Chaos, promoted by Limbaugh and Hannity. A xerox machine and an evening worth of GOP drunken fun could easily produce tens of thousands of hilariously obvious bogus ACORN voter registration forms. Drop them off at swing state election offices and then claim Democrat's fraud and then discredit all Democratic registration gains in every state. Poor John McCain again plays the victim card.<br><br><br>
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