Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Voter/Registration Fraud

The news this week has been all about the roller coaster that is Wall Street. There is another story that has been largely ignored by the mainstream media - voter/registration fraud.

I admit that except for short glimpses into the market progress or lack thereof on CNBC, my TV is tuned to Fox News. They have been spending a lot of time this week discussing the work of ACORN alleging that they have encouraged young people to register multiple times. In Florida, Mickey Mouse is even registered to votel. The Dallas Cowboys football team is registered in Nevada. I don't know which side is doing all this registration fraud. An ACORN spokesman has said there is no voter fraud, maybe some fraudulent registrations. That's a matter of semantics.

There is one thing that I'm sure of. Anyone who is submitting fraudulent registrations is making a mockery of our election system. They think so little of it and our rights and way of life they are trying to destroy confidence in the election.l No matter who wins, there will be a question about the results. Are all the votes legitimate? Has anyone voted twice? Have dead people voted?

I hope this gets straightened out before election day. If not, the new president will have a cloud over his administration, all because some people think so little of us, they are willing to cheat to win.

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