Friday, October 10, 2008


The ACLU is on the hunt, suing in states including Michigan charging the mantra of the 2000 election, "disenfranchising voters"

The American Civil Liberties Union sued the Michigan Secretary of State last month in an effort to stop the current purging of voter rolls , saying the actions could disenfranchise hundreds of thousands of voters. A ruling by U.S. District Judge Stephen Murphy on the matter is expected within the next week."
Detroit Free Press

"The ACLU is challenging voter suppression efforts throughout the country, including unlawful voter purges in Michigan. The states covered in the New York Times report are Alabama, Colorado, Georgia, Indiana, Louisiana, Michigan, Nevada, North Carolina and Ohio...tens of thousands of eligible voters are being illegally removed from voter rolls or blocked from registering to vote"

The ACLU doesn't seem to be bothered by the illegal voter registration frauds across the country by ACORN or the obvious collusion of Ohio's Democrat Secretary of State, who had to be ordered by a judge to check for voter fraud!
The "concern" the ACLU shows is nothing but smoke and mirrors to take the heat off ACORN including;

Blunt Continues ACORN War (The Politico) The ACORN war rages on. Minority Whip Roy Blunt (R-Mo.) called today for a "full-scale" investigation into allegedly ACORN-led voter fraud in Missouri and across the nation. CBS

Investigation of ACORN Voter Fraud is ongoing in 13 states now, including important swing states. Listed below are just a few

In Michigan;

Detroit Free Press reported in 9/14/08 article

"Clerks across the state are reporting fraudulent and duplicate voter registration applications. The majority of the problem applications are coming from the group ACORN."Detroit Free Press

In Nevada;

ACORN's Las Vegas headquarters has been raided by Nevada authorities looking for evidence of voter fraud.
Fox News

In Ohio;

Judge Rules Ohio Secretary of State is Breaking Federal Election Law, Must Check for Voter Fraud Cleveland Leader

In Wisconsin:

Recently , Milwaukee's top election official announced plans to seek criminal investigations of 37 ACORN employees accused of offering gifts to sign up voters (including prepaid gas cards and restaurant cards) or falsifying driver's license numbers, Social Security numbers or other information on voter registration cards. Newsbusters

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