Urbin Report

Thursday, October 09, 2008

Serious problems in Indiana

Indiana is one of the hotly contested toss up states in this election cycle.
I'm expecting lawsuits to be filed before all the votes are counted on November 4.
One reason being that there are currently more people registered to vote in that state than there are eligible voters!

ACORN hasn't been officially caught with their fingers in this massive violation of Civil Rights, but given their past behavior, it wouldn't surprise me.

Update: The New York Post lists fifteen (15) states where ACORN is committing Civil Rights crimes through widespread vote fraud.

Let every vote count, is the Democratic Party's mantra these days. That slo gan might better be: Let every vote count as often as we need to win.

Such, at any rate, are the tactics of ACORN, Barack Obama's favorite "community organizers," and its Project Vote - of which, the Democratic presidential candidate has boasted, "I started working as the director... here in Chicago."

ACORN has been implicated in voter-fraud schemes in 15 states - including Ohio, from where The Post's Jeane MacIntosh reports today that a Board of Elections investigation has unearthed evidence of widespread voter fraud.


HT to RedState