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Article 1, Section 9, Constitution of the United States

If this is the law of the land...why in a republic (little r) and as republicans, do we allow mere POLITICIANS to the right to use a "title of office" for the rest of their lives as if it were de facto a patent of nobility. Because, as republicans, this should NOT be the case...just saying...

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Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Did ACORN Steal the MN Sentorial Election?

In Minnesota ACORN has lately boasted of playing the deciding role in the 2008 elections. ACORN states that they have registered 43,000 new voters, which it declare to be 75 percent of the state's new registrations. Al Franken's who was endorsed by ACORN early in his candidacy and of whom he said,
he was "more motivated than ever to work with AC"I'm thrilled and honored to receive this endorsement," he gushed in a press conference."

More importantly Franken's margin of victory in contested Senate race was a razor-thin: 312 votes out of roughly 3 million cast. If you consider that Minnesota's laws on voter eligibility are notoriously lax, some alarms must be raised. Did ACORN voter fraud in fact help get their favorite, Al Franken, elected -- a victory that hands Democrats the necessary 60-vote, veto-proof majority that they have been seeking to enact their far left liberal agenda?

Secretary of State Mark Ritchie claims that Minnesota's loose system of minimal voter verification protects electoral integrity. On the other hand,there's an uncomfortable fact at the heart of that claim: Ritchie himself was endorsed by ACORN and elected with its assistance. That too raises all sorts of interesting questions, especially when you take into account that 35 states are investigating ACORN for election fraud, while 12 others have convicted ACORN voter drive supervisors of election fraud felonies. One would think that where there is's it's all over the country, there would be fire as well. It looks now as if, ACORN has stolen the Senate election in Minnesota.

1 comment:

pelicanmarsh68 said...

The question is: Did ACORN steal the last Presidential election.

I've crunched some numbers and they don't add up.

I'm just sayin'...