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Politico finally does a piece on ACORN

It deals with some of the history, and very lightly with the threat of stealing this election.

In fact, the last word in the article is given to Jesse Jackson Jr (“Where were Hillary’s tears for Katrina” Jackson)who, after more racism accusations, provides us with his idea of what’s legal and what’s not:

“They’re scared of too many poor people preparing to vote this year,” Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. (D-Ill.), a national co-chairman of Obama’s campaign, wrote on the Huffington Post.

“Obviously it’s not right for a fake ‘Tony Romo’ to be registered in Las Vegas,” Jackson continued, referring to the professional football player whose name turned up on a Nevada voter registration list. “But remember the basic point — it’s not voter fraud unless someone shows up at the voting booth on Election Day and tries to pass himself off as ‘Tony Romo.’ And who would try to do that?”

Indeed, Jesse. Recall those FBI agents, they are not do do a thing untill all Toni Romos stuff the ballot box!

Not unlike the caucases where the same writing appears to have filled the information of several people from nursing homes.

Also, on multiple registrations – some of them 72 times – right now  lead to skewed party sampling in polls – and later – some would expect – in vote counts

And in effect, nothing is illegal until you get caught.


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From the announcement:
Can we talk?

Are you sick of these lying politicians? Are you tired of picking up the newspaper just to find more vile personal insults of female politicians? Are you worried about the economy and furious that we’re in this mess? Are you so angry and upset you could SCREAM?

Well, ladies and gentlemen, you are hardly alone. The country is going through a real rough patch and we need to be there for one another.

Enter Ophelia.

Ophelia is here to listen and understand – not judge. Ophelia, just like you, is pissed off and needs to vent. So, can we talk? Can we share our stories? Can we try to make each other feel a little better?
We should also mention that Ophelia knows a thing or two about the economy. If there’s something that you have heard or read, and you don’t understand it, ask Ophelia. C’mon, admit it – you don’t know what a mortgage security is either….

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