Monday, October 06, 2008

Voter fraud, ACORN and the Washington Post

The Washington Post had an article by Alec MacGillis and Alice Crites about voter registration and how it seems to benefit Obama. While it mentioned ACORN:
"Complementing its efforts are organizations that have been registering hundreds of thousands on their own, such as Democracia USA, which registers Hispanic voters; ACORN, the anti-poverty group; and Women's Voices, Women Vote, which targets unmarried women."

There was no mention of the voter registration fraud that ACORN has been caught in. Michelle Malkin has been on the case for awhile and recent testomony before congress has shed more light on the voter registration fraud that is going on in our Democracy.

"Here are the most important questions right now: We know about the thousands of potentially fraudulent voter registration cards turned in by ACORN and caught by officials. But given the size of ACORN's efforts and the fact that the abuses appear to be systemic, we believe it is fair to question how many more fraudulent registrations have not been discovered, Furthermore, as this mega organization with a decades long history of violating the law is turned to get out the vote efforts, we believe it is fair to question how many fraudulent registrations may lead to fraudulent votes or what other activities they are willing to undertake to influence the election. ?

Perhaps if the Washington Post had dug a little deeper they would have exposed this threat to our democracy. But in Obamaworld it seems that liberal news organizations like the Washigton Post have a see no illegal write about no illegal activity view when it comes to Obama and the Democrats.

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