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Read this ACORN conspiracy freaks

then tell me it's real? It says and I quote "in order for someone to cast their vote as MICKEY MOUSE they would have to show ID with that name" in other words it's a fake out Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ah?????????????????????????????

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Asked by Anonymous at 6:41 PM on Oct. 18, 2008 in Politics & Current Events

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  • Yes, I read that too. Tying Obama into that is a laugh, what would he get out of it. You have unskilled workers trying to make a buck easy, as if that has never happen before.

    Answer by Anonymous at 6:47 PM on Oct. 18, 2008

  • All people wanting to register to vote should go to the county clerk's office and show proper ID and register there. That should be a straight up law. Then there will be none of the crap about registering voters that we have now. We should also have the popular vote count. Not the electoral vote. Should be no need for an electoral vote. The best man for the job should be voted in by the people that are registered voters in this country.

    Answer by Anonymous at 6:59 PM on Oct. 18, 2008

  • I think they know that they have all been proven wrong and thats why they are not posting,
    Thanxs for the link

    Answer by Anonymous at 6:59 PM on Oct. 18, 2008

  • The isolated "Mickey Mouse" registration submitted by someone who gets paid per registration is funny, but the real problem is that absentee ballots can be requested by and sent to bogus registrants and returned with no requirement for ID.

    So it offers massive potential for vote fraud and any thinking person should be offended by this.

    Answer by MojitoMama at 7:57 PM on Oct. 18, 2008

  • obama donated $800.000 to acorn so who do you think they want to win the election you would have to really stupid to not know they want to help obama win but there are a lot of stupid people out there especially the obama supporters.

    Answer by georgia362 at 8:06 PM on Oct. 18, 2008

  • hey georgia, 800K is a nothing compared to the cost of mrs mccain and mrs polins outfits when they came out to speak to the American people. Now tell me,do you really believe that these folks who have so many homes and cars that they can't remember how many they have really give a dam about you? and you call obama supporters stupid? makes one wonder about that!

    Answer by Anonymous at 8:17 PM on Oct. 18, 2008

  • How old are you poster...grow up and get over it!

    Answer by Anonymous at 8:22 PM on Oct. 18, 2008

  • OH MY GOODNESS, NO.....there was a man who was registered 73 times, a student that isn't a resident in Ohio was registered in Ohio, voted on the spot as absentee ballot and then went back to London as a student, there are 15 - 20% registered voters who are dead or felons, a 14 year old, and I could go on. They register these fraudulent folks and then have them vote absentee. Folks that aren't even residents in Ohio, there are names and social security numbers that don't match DMV and other records, and that is the case in Nevada and other states. Come on, if the registrations were valid....prove it.....enforce voters to show ID to prove who they are. Simple!


    Answer by blessed5x at 8:51 PM on Oct. 18, 2008

  • more on acorn
    The stories are almost comical: Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck, registered to vote on Nov. 4. The entire starting lineup of the Dallas Cowboys football team, signed up to go the polls — in Nevada.

    But no one in either presidential campaign is laughing. Not publicly, anyway.

    Republicans, led by John McCain, are alleging widespread voter fraud. The Democrats and Barack Obama say the controversy is preposterous and is just political mudslinging.

    In the middle is the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now, known as ACORN, a grass-roots community group that has led liberal causes since it formed in 1970. This year, ACORN hired more than 13,000 part-time workers and sent them out in 21 states to sign up voters in minority and poor neighborhoods.


    Answer by Anonymous at 9:10 PM on Oct. 18, 2008

  • They submitted 1.3 million registration cards to local election officials.

    Along the way, bogus ones appeared — signed in the names of cartoon characters, professional football players and scores of others bearing the same handwriting. And in the past few days, those phony registrations have exploded into Republican condemnations of far-ranging misconduct, and a relatively obscure community activist group took a starring role, right behind Joe the Plumber, in the final presidential debate.

    Looking beyond the smoke and fire, the raging argument boils down to essentially this:


    Answer by Anonymous at 9:10 PM on Oct. 18, 2008

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