October 09, 2008


Ruth H was right in her comment saying that she will have a hard time accepting Obama as her president since there has been so much voter fraud. I too am dumbfounded at the shenanigans that have been uncovered and the general apathy towards it. Rachel Lucas has the scoop.

Posted by Sarah at October 9, 2008 06:44 PM | TrackBack

Maybe it's not so much apathy as ignorance. One can't be outraged about what one doesn't know. Most people don't read Rachel Lucas. They are only exposed to ... you know who:

"95% of Americans will never even know about it because Katie Couric and Jon Stewart sure as hell won’t be talking about it"

- Rachel Lucas

Posted by: Amritas at October 9, 2008 08:53 PM

Yeeeahh . . . We have a governor (WA state) we don't want because of Acorn. She has Bush Derangement Syndrome, and that's the platform she's running on – "Bush did this, and Bush did that! So vote for me instead of my opponent!"

I was thinking about what I might do if I came across an Acorn person who asked me to register again to vote. Blow them off, then call the police? Put them under citizen's arrest? :) It's actually kind of cathartic to think about getting a corrupt radical arrested. :)

Posted by: Deltasierra at October 9, 2008 11:24 PM

Next we’ll being hearing how “both parties” do this.

No?!? Hmmm…I wonder why that is…?

Posted by: tim at October 10, 2008 01:06 PM

Yeah, I'm with Deltasierra. Acorn was part of the problem here with the gubernatorial election 4 years ago. We all thought Rossi had won, then Gregoire and her cronies decided to sue the pants off of them and recount (multiple times) until the Republicans ran out of money and gave up. In the end they declared Gregoire the winner by something like 147 votes. Wonder how many of those votes were Acorn-submitted. We'll never find out. I do know that there were a number of Acorn people arrested here for voter fraud in that election, but whether or not the results of their actions were straightened out, I don't know.

I can't believe that people think they can (and do!) get away with this kind of BS. I'm just glad the investigations into Acorn practices this time around are starting before the election and not after its already over.

Posted by: Emily at October 14, 2008 01:54 PM