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  1. copsnrobbers
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    copsnrobbers I call it as I see it

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    Lets hope the voter fraud doesn't win out.. I would hate to think we would become a Socialist Country. Then again... if it looks like we're going down that road it would get pretty ugly now wouldn't it.


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    I agree, copsnrobbers. Voter fraud is a huge problem in our country today. Here's just a sample:

    More 2008 Election Fraud Uncovered | Judicial Watch
    1. The chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee, Florida Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz, refers to voter ID laws as a “full-scale assault” on minority voters designed to “rig” elections for Republicans. This absurd theory is based on the fact that minorities are either too poor or too ignorant to get a valid identification—provided free in many of the states that have passed voter ID laws—that proves they are who they claim to be. This will prevent a chunk of citizens that would normally vote Democrat to cast ballots, the thinking goes.

    2. State Democrats fought hard to prevent the reinstatement of any ID measure, assuring that voter fraud is not an issue in Virginia. Clearly they were wrong. This week a Richmond grand jury indicted 10 convicted felons on charges of election fraud committed during the 2008 presidential election.

    Judicial Watch Attorney to Testify Before Pennsylvania House Committee on Immigration Enforcement Legislative Package
    August 30, 2011. Judicial Watch attorney Michael Bekesha will testify before the Pennsylvania House State Government Committee on the “National Security Begins at Home” legislative package. This legislation is designed to address the illegal immigration crisis by shutting down public benefits, employment access and other economic incentives that draw illegal aliens to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Judicial Watch is engaged in nationwide fight to enforce our nation’s immigration laws and currently represents Arizona State Legislature in the Obama administration’s legal assault on SB 1070, Arizona’s illegal immigration law. With his testimony today Mr. Bekesha will argue that the “National Security Begins at Home” legislative package is completely consistent with federal law and lawfully addresses the illegal immigration crisis

    ACORN Got DOJ Grant to Combat Juvenile Delinquency - money that was fradulently spent
    1. A Justice Department program that annually distributes hundreds of millions of dollars to combat juvenile delinquency is under fire for giving a famously corrupt leftist group—Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN)—money that was fraudulently spent. It marks the latest of several controversies for the DOJ’s Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) which has managed to maintain a copious budget through the years despite multiple allegations of cronyism. During the George W. Bush Administration, the OJJDP was accused of giving money to politically-connected groups that didn’t necessarily meet the agency’s goals. This week the DOJ Inspector General released a report that exposes corruption surrounding a $138,130 grant that OJJDP awarded to an ACORN branch in New York City. The audit found that there were internal control weaknesses, unsupported grant expenditures, lack of contractor monitoring, weaknesses in budget management, inadequate grant reporting, unmet conditions and deficiencies with the program’s overall performance.


    2. Earlier this year a Judicial Watch probe found that the Obama Administration violated the ban on federal funding for ACORN by giving the beleaguered group nearly $80,000 to “combat housing and lending discrimination” against minorities. After sorting through droves of government records, Judicial Watch investigators discovered that an ACORN affiliate in New Orleans, ACORN Housing Corporation Inc., got $79,819 as part of a larger $40 million allocation to “fair housing organizations” that educate the public and combat discrimination.
     
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    copsnrobbers I call it as I see it

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    The question is will it come to an end.. Lets hope Nov 2012 is the answer.
     
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    I was expecting a link to discount one way air fares.
     
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    copsnrobbers I call it as I see it

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    Great expectation.. Right to Russia or China. He can take Bill and Hillary with him.
    The rest of them can be put in a rubber room with Pelosi and Reid.
     

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