Former ACORN Employee: More Than Half Voter Registrations Invalid

Former ACORN Employee: More Than Half Voter Registrations Invalid

Despite their claims, their actions show that ACORN is not “non-partisan”. They are are hyper-partisan for the Democrat[ic Socialist Communist] Party.

ACORN and the Communist Party USA

And to think, “Present” Obama wants ACORN (a.k.a. the Communist Party) to help run the 2010 Census!

What could go wrong?

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8 Responses to Former ACORN Employee: More Than Half Voter Registrations Invalid

  1. Jonah says:

    I believe there’s a typo in your link. It should read: “Former employee of an organization associated with ACORN who was fired for improperly charging personal expenses to the company: 60% is an upper bound on the percentage of invalid voter registrations.”

    Though I suppose it makes a less interesting headline that way. At any rate, I find this to be the most puzzling line in the article:

    If a canvasser was caught committing fraud, ACORN threw the individual “under the bus,” MonCrief said.

    Is this supposed to be a bad thing? My local pharmacy just fired an employee who was stealing Oxycontin. Am I to believe that this pharmacy is trying to hide something? I’d say they’re just being a responsible company.

  2. Jonah,

    Not a typo in my link…that’s the actual headline.

    Now, I acknowledge your arguments about the headline and the article, but no one can deny that there was widespread fraud carried out by, and on behalf of, ACORN.

    No one can deny that the organization that claims to be “non-partisan” is, in fact, committed to helping Democrats win elections.

    No one can deny that Democrats in Washington are designating huge amounts of money for ACORN.

    How is this not a kickback scheme? ACORN spends money to help Democrats win (“by any means necessary”), and then those same Democrats send money back to ACORN.

    And now Democrats want partisan, fraud-tainted ACORN to help run the 2010 U.S. Census.

    Culture of Corruption.

    Is this CHANGE?
    No, it’s Chicago politics as usual.

  3. Jonah says:

    [N]o one can deny that there was widespread fraud carried out by, and on behalf of, ACORN.

    I indeed deny this. Certainly many of the registrations collected by ACORN employees were invalid, just as many companies find themselves with dishonest workers whom, after their found out, are fired. But the very way that we know of this supposed “fraud” betrays your thesis: it was ACORN, not an outside group, that discovered and announced it in the first place.

    Each of the so-called fraudulent cases trumpeted by the right, like the registrations of Mickey Mouse and the Dallas Cowboys, was found by ACORN and thrown out by ACORN. I maintain that the above pharmacy analogy is correct: the organization is given a lot of responsibility in dealing with such important information, but we can hardly blame them for the diligence with which they searched for and corrected the abuses of their employees.

    No one can deny that the organization that claims to be “non-partisan” is, in fact, committed to helping Democrats win elections.

    It is true that ACORN focuses mostly on registrations in urban areas, and that Democrats are far more likely (even in red states) to gain votes from these locations. But unless you’re going to also argue that, say, soup kitchens favor liberals, I don’t think this is a serious concern.

    No one can deny that Democrats in Washington are designating huge amounts of money for ACORN.

    As did the Republicans, until this year when they decided to make it a political issue.

  4. Jonah says:

    Oh jeez, did I misspell “they’re”? Embarrassing.

  5. No one can deny that while ACORN claims to be “non-partisan”, they are, in fact, committed to helping Democrats win elections.

  6. Oh jeez, did I misspell “they’re”? Embarrassing.

    Don’t worry about it. We all do that from thyme to thyme.

  7. (I hope you take that in the good-natured way it is intended)

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