Friday, August 24, 2007
ACORN Preparing To Sue Missouri; Voter Fraud Made Too Difficult
ACORN threatens suit over drop in Mo’s voter registrations:
    The Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now, also known as ACORN, joined with others Thursday in sending "a letter of intent to sue" to the Missouri Department of Social Services.

    ACORN, Project Vote and Demos (a national, non-partisan public policy, research and advocacy center) contend that the state has failed to comply with "a requirement of the National Voter Registration Act (NVRA) to provide voter registration opportunities in public assistance offices."

    The letter was sent in connection with the release of a Project Vote report detailing concerns because voter registrations at public assistance agencies "have dropped from 143,000 in 1995-1996 to just 16,000 in 2005-2006."
Could that be that all the people who receive assistance might have registered to vote in the last 10 years?

Nah, it means that someone creative, like ACORN, should be able to "find" 125,000 additional voters each and every year until a Democrat becomes president for life.

To say Noggle, one first must be able to say the "Nah."