A Travesty to Democracy, Ohio “Volunteers” Stomping for Obama

Be prepared to get sick.  Watch the entire video!

Good news is coming! Court ruling today declares:

Ohio Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner is breaking federal law by not giving county elections boards the chance to determine whether new voter registrations are fraudulent, a federal judge ruled this evening.

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3 thoughts on “A Travesty to Democracy, Ohio “Volunteers” Stomping for Obama

  1. HERE IS A LINK FOR YOU ABOUT VOTER REGISTRATION CARDS, FRAUD, AND OBAMA’S CAMPAIGN GAVE THIS COMPANY $800,000 …I THINK I SMELL SOMETHING THhttp://www.cnn.com/2008/POLITICS/10/09/acorn.fraud.claims/index.html?iref=newssearchAT STINKS HERE…CHECK IT OUT.

  2. I am in favor of having to show I.D. in order to vote. Anyone can walk into my polling station and say they are me.

    I show my I.D. because I get tired of shouting out my name three times to the nearly deaf poll workers.

  3. People tend to put off “the little things” like knowing one’s neighbor, civic affairs’ meeting are generally held while the “Big Picture Mass Media” is on the tube.
    But, here’s a case where ACORN has worked itself right underneath our noses; wards and precincts.
    These are usually the lowest (and usually most familiar) level of structured political identification.
    While we sound off with lofty notoions about how the world should be run, it would suit us to look out the door once in a while.
    It might surprise you, but that’s where the action is; where the real players are.
    “How’ve you (fellow pedestrian) been? Job OK? Kids doing well in school?…”
    When we fail to embrace neighbors and our fellows, ACORN will.

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