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  1. #1 How Al Franken Won In Minnesota...If He Did 
    Gary Larson

    01/23/2009





    The number who voted for Alan Stuart Franken, 58, for United States Senator was 1,212,431, give or take a few hundred. No one knows for sure. How many double-counted ballots did he get? How many felons' votes? Other illegals? How many votes (to the nearest thousand, please) did ACORN scrape up for him, tossing voter registration forms like confetti in Democratic strongholds?

    To cap it off, how many “votes” did Franken's acolytes dig up after the election to cover Senator Norm Coleman's 725-vote advantage on election night? Enough, it seems.

    Fraud not so much after Election Day, as before, might have thrust Franken into greatness -- er, the Senate. Unless a Hail Mary pass in final proceedings propels incumbent Senator Coleman back into the lead, fraud will have won. Period.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joisey View Post
    Gary Larson

    01/23/2009





    The number who voted for Alan Stuart Franken, 58, for United States Senator was 1,212,431, give or take a few hundred. No one knows for sure. How many double-counted ballots did he get? How many felons' votes? Other illegals? How many votes (to the nearest thousand, please) did ACORN scrape up for him, tossing voter registration forms like confetti in Democratic strongholds?

    To cap it off, how many “votes” did Franken's acolytes dig up after the election to cover Senator Norm Coleman's 725-vote advantage on election night? Enough, it seems.

    Fraud not so much after Election Day, as before, might have thrust Franken into greatness -- er, the Senate. Unless a Hail Mary pass in final proceedings propels incumbent Senator Coleman back into the lead, fraud will have won. Period.

    http://www.humanevents.com/article.php?id=30381
    We need to fight this one - HARD. If anyone finds a link to donate towards helping Norm defeat this thief - please post it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joisey View Post
    Gary Larson

    01/23/2009





    The number who voted for Alan Stuart Franken, 58, for United States Senator was 1,212,431, give or take a few hundred. No one knows for sure. How many double-counted ballots did he get? How many felons' votes? Other illegals? How many votes (to the nearest thousand, please) did ACORN scrape up for him, tossing voter registration forms like confetti in Democratic strongholds?

    To cap it off, how many “votes” did Franken's acolytes dig up after the election to cover Senator Norm Coleman's 725-vote advantage on election night? Enough, it seems.

    Fraud not so much after Election Day, as before, might have thrust Franken into greatness -- er, the Senate. Unless a Hail Mary pass in final proceedings propels incumbent Senator Coleman back into the lead, fraud will have won. Period.

    http://www.humanevents.com/article.php?id=30381
    The Progressive/Liberals have learned the fine art of stuffing the ballot boxes and having us pay for it .The idea of using the National Voting Rights Act and creating and paying for a fraudulent black community organization,national in scope to scrape up every vote real or fraudulent from where they could be found, manufactured or copied from tombstones or created out of thin air .

    The Liberal/Progressive Congress funds ACORN with our money and winks at each other whenever evidence of ACORN fraud is displayed in public.Acorn and the ACLU often work hand in hand Acorn gathering or manufacturing fraudulent absentee ballots by the thousands and stashing them some in the mails others hidden at the polling places in case they are needed in a close race.

    They did this with the Washington state election of 2004 .After about three manual recounts with the conservative declared the winner by a small margin the liberal county's kept 'discovering' more and more 'lost' absentee ballots and the liberal was finally declared the winner with the final vote differential of 129 'Suprise' last minute found absentee ballots.
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    Don't get too comfortable in that chair, Al.
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