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USMC0311 Wrote: Jul 18, 2012 2:26 PM
NAACP Executive Sentence to 10 Years in Prison for Voting for Obama 10 Times in 2008
gungy Wrote: Jul 18, 2012 2:40 PM
"While NAACP President Benjamin Jealous lashed out at new state laws requiring photo ID for voting, an NAACP executive sits in prison, sentenced for carrying out a massive voter fraud scheme.

In a story ignored by the national media, in April a Tunica County, Miss., jury convicted NAACP official Lessadolla Sowers on 10 counts of fraudulently casting absentee ballots. Sowers is identified on an NAACP website as a member of the Tunica County NAACP Executive Committee. The NAACP has had other problems with voter fraud. The NAACP National Voter Fund registered a dead man to vote in Lake County, Ohio, in 2004. That same year, out of 325 voter registration cards filed by the NAACP in Cleveland, 48 were flagged as fraudulent."

Jerome49 Wrote: Jul 18, 2012 4:19 PM
Where do you think that ACORN learned how to do this? All attempts by the Dems to thwart voter photo IDs is nothing more than an attempt to continue voter fraud. If voting is a fundamental right of American citizens, it should be limited to only living American citizens who are registered to vote, All that nonsense about getting a photo ID creating a hardship is just so much bunk. If you can find a way to get to the polls, you can find a way to get to a state facility, such as a drivers license facility, to get a photo ID.
Obama campaign adviser David Axelrod and his hatchet people are still yammering about GOP presidential rival Mitt Romney's overseas investments. It's time for the Romney campaign to educate voters about all the shady financial institutions embraced by Democrats right here on American soil.

The fat-cat narrative attacks on Republicans won't go away by making nice with the White House -- or by relying on Beltway journalists to drop their double standards and vet the president's own bad bank entanglements. Indeed, The New York Times admitted this week that their staff and other political journalists from every major media outlet submit their work...