The good works of “community organizers”

From Clarice Feldman of the The American Thinker:

More ACORN fraud (What Else is New?)
As we head toward another election, ACORN is doing what it does best: handing in phony voter registrations and facilitating election fraud. From L.L. Brasier of the Detroit Free Press:

Several municipal clerks across the state are reporting fraudulent and duplicate voter registration applications, most of them from a nationwide community activist group working to help low- and moderate-income families.
The majority of the problem applications are coming from the group ACORN, Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now, which has a large voter registration program among its many social service programs. ACORN’s Michigan branch, based in Detroit, has enrolled 200,000 voters statewide in recent months, mostly with the use of paid, part-time employees.
“There appears to be a sizeable number of duplicate and fraudulent applications,” said Kelly Chesney, spokeswoman for the Michigan Secretary of State’s Office. “And it appears to be widespread.”

The long history of ACORN’s role in vote fraud and the inexplicable federal funding of this organization are detailed here.

Also from Clarice Feldman is this, about Obama’s “missing years”:

Now that we’ve had full field MRIs of Palin, her family and their pets, perhaps the media could focus on the many missing aspects of Obama’s bio.
Tom Maguire noted that we know virtually nothing about his time in NYC when he was attending Columbia (where no classmates seem to remember him and we have no transcripts or other records of his attendance there).

Very interesting stuff.

1 thought on “The good works of “community organizers””

  1. Yes, that would be good to know. I want to know what he was doing in college. At least we were fully aware of Clinton’s activities during those years. But Barry? C’mon. Think we’ll ever find out?

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