Sunday, October 12, 2008

Obama Leads Among Dead People

County rejects large number of invalid voter registrations

North West Indiana Times . BY BILL DOLAN, Thursday, October 02, 2008. CROWN POINT

Lake County Republican Chairman John Curley wants a federal investigation into hundreds of voter registrations bearing fictitious signatures or the names of dead and underage people."Fraudulent applications are the workings of ACORN groups operating from Milwaukee and Chicago who are getting out the vote for Obama. I'm Republican, but I want everyone who should vote to vote. But I want a clean election," Curley said at a Wednesday news conference.Lake County elections officials acknowledged they have found problems and had to reject a large portion of the 5,000 registration forms turned in recently by the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now, or ACORN, an activist group that conducted registration drives across the county this summer. (Read More)


By JEANE MacINTOSH, New York Post Correspondent,October 9, 2008 --

CLEVELAND - Two Ohio voters, including Domino's pizza worker Christopher Barkley , claimed yesterday that they were hounded by the community-activist group ACORN to register to vote several times, even though they made it clear they'd already signed up.

Barkley estimated he'd registered to vote "10 to 15" times after canvassers for ACORN, whose political wing has endorsed Barack Obama, relentlessly pursued him and others. (Read More)

Voter-fraud task force raids office backing Obama

The Washington Times, Wednesday, October 8, 2008 by S.A. Miller

A Nevada voter-fraud task force Tuesday raided the state headquarters of a Democrat-allied organization that works to get low-income people to vote, setting off a skirmish over efforts to expand the electorate on behalf of Sen. Barack Obama.

Authorities searched the Las Vegas office of the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now, or ACORN, which is accused of submitting multiple voter registrations with duplicate and false names, including names of former Dallas Cowboys players. (Read More)


We are witnessing an historic election. We are witnessing something unprecedented in American history. I am not talking about the potential election of a Black man to the nations highest office, but unprecedented voter fraud. America has had voter fraud before, but is was localized. Memphis’s Ed Crump machine and Chicago’s Richard Daley machine may have been masters at voter fraud, but now we are seeing that same level of fraud on a national scale, conducted by Obama’s pals at ACORN. News story after news story are reporting the same thing. All across the nation thousands upon thousands of fraudulent voter registrations are being submitted. Hopefully it can be stopped before election day and we can be confident that the election is not stolen, but the attempt to steal this elections is brazen. Dead people are registering to vote, fictional people are registering to vote, and some people are registering as many as fifty times! If Obama wins this elections by a slim margin in several states we can always assume the election was stolen.

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  1. According to the left leaning Democrats, this election is all but over. I mean, if you are a Republican, why bother to go through all that trouble to vote?

    The economy is in shambles, the GOP has a weak candidate, and still Barack Hussein Obama is only up a few points in the latest polls.

    So why the voter fraud?

    They're scared.

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  3. Registering 50 times, please! One person reportedly registered to vote 72 times a pressure from ACORN. 72! yeah, he should have stood up and said, "hey im already registered", but they shouldn't have asked him anyway.

  4. One thing those articles neglect to mention is that ACORN is required by law to turn in ALL voter registrations, regardless of whether they appear to be fraudulent or not. They sort and tag suspect registrations, fire the canvassers who submitted them and tell the board of elections "these are suspect" when they turn them in. ACORN is telling them they're probably bad voter regs!

    If ACORN was so bad, then why was John McCain speaking at an ACORN rally in 2006?

    This is a weak and whiny GOP tactic unfairly maligning a decent organization because their candidate is running a sorry campaign and the whole party is about to get their @$$e$ handed to them up and down the ticket all across the country.