#1 ACORN, Fannie Mae/Freddie Mac, voter fraud and Obama
09-26-2008, 01:19 PM
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- Aug 2005
One Big Clusterfuck of Corruption "Not Mine, Theirs !"
"ACORN=Massive Democrat Endowed Voter Fraud On A National Scale ! "
No issue is more important for people to familiarize themselves with before this election than this. No matter what side you're on, no matter what your political issue of choice may be, no issue is more important to the outcome of this election than voter fraud. You can do all of the research you like on the economy and healthcare, but when you go and pull that lever on election day your vote may not count because thousands of mailed-in illegal ballots with the names of dead people may be canceling your vote.
So where to begin?
Who is ACORN?
According to their site, ACORN is the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now and is a non-profit, non-partisan social justice organization with national headquarters in New York, New Orleans and Washington, D.C. To maintain independence, ACORN does not accept government funding and is not tax exempt. They say that...
"ACORN is the nationís largest grassroots community organization of low- and moderate-income people with over 400,000 member families organized into more than 1,200 neighborhood chapters in 110 cities across the country. Since 1970, ACORN has been building community organizations that are committed to social and economic justice, and won victories on thousands of issues of concern to our members, through direct action, negotiation, legislative advocacy and voter participation. ACORN helps those who have historically been locked out become powerful players in our democratic system.
Community organizing: Each of the 1,200 local ACORN neighborhood chapters in 110 cities and 40 states brings neighbors together to work for stronger, safer and more just communities."
There's that title again, "community organizer".
ACORN, in truth, is nothing more than a group of community organizers that have engaged in voter fraud, voter intimidation and mortgage scams in at least 13 states. Some of their tactics include scouring cemeteries and registering the dead, flipping through phone books and registering people at random (sometimes multiple times), using fake social security numbers, phony addresses that don't exist and busing people across state boundaries to vote in battleground states.
Just today the Las Cruces Sun-News from New Mexico reported that 1,100 suspect voter registrations turned up in the Bernalillo County clerk's office.
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