A Defending Crusader…

The best defense is to be good and offensive…or something like that.

Vote Early, Vote Often (Reprise 1)

Posted by Godefroi on October 9, 2008

From an editorial at the NY Post:

Let every vote count, is the Democratic Party’s mantra these days. That slogan might better be: Let every vote count as often as we need to win.

Such, at any rate, are the tactics of ACORN, Barack Obama‘s favorite “community organizers,” and its Project Vote – of which, the Democratic presidential candidate has boasted, “I started working as the director . . . here in Chicago.”

ACORN has been implicated in voter-fraud schemes in 15 states – including Ohio, from where The Post’s Jeane MacIntosh reports today that a Board of Elections investigation has unearthed evidence of widespread voter fraud.

Two voters told MacIntosh they had been dragooned by ACORN activists into registering several times – one reporting having signed up “10 to 15” times.


ACORN submitted more than 800 phony registration forms in Independence, Mo., with one woman registering 10 times, using three birthdates, four different Social Security numbers and six different phone numbers.


John McCain’s campaign says all this “doesn’t pass the smell test.”

Actually, it stinks.

And it’s being done by a group with which Barack Obama has proudly been associated.

What, then, would they be able to pull off with a friend in the White House?

And I found this comment particularly interesting:

My cousin was able to vote for Barry 25 times while on vacation in Las Vegas. Yep “”Change you can Believe in folks”” – they r gonna ram him down your throats.

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