Monday, October 27, 2008
The latest from ACORN
John Fund has an update on ACORN:
"Last week Michael Slater, head of its Project Vote, admitted that some 400,000 of its claimed 1.3 million newly registered voters were rejected by election officials as either duplicates or fraudulent -- i.e. it doesn't sound as if Acorn's vaunted "quality control" efforts were all that effective."
The bad news is that they tried to register over a million new voters. The good news is that about 400,000 were rejected.
Don't hire anyone from ACORN to do your quality control!
Sooner, rather than later, the Justice Dept. needs to take a strong look at ACORN.
It's a racket.
It's a racket for the purpose of registering Democrats!