Letter to the Editor: Lest you forget
BY J.J. Moss, Tulsa
Friday, September 28, 2012
9/28/12 at 2:58 AM
In response to Mike Jones' Sept. 23 column, "Voter fraud: It really doesn't exist": You've gotta be kiddin' me. Does ACORN ring a bell, Mr. Jones?
In 2008, Harris County, Texas, 10,000 registrations from ACORN were ruled fraudulent.
According to the New York Post, in 2008, in Connecticut, ACORN had a voter registration card for a 7-year-old girl. In Missouri, 400 ACORN registrations were rejected for duplicate or fake information. Also, in 2008, in Nevada, ACORN offices were raided and had registered voters from the Dallas Cowboys.
Let's not forget the Minnesota U.S. Senate race between Democrat Al Franken and Republican Norm Coleman. Coleman won and, afterward in two recounts, was still ahead. Franken and his legal team, (probably from Chicago), eked out a win. However, it was reported that 1,099 felons voted illegally. So far, there have been 177 convictions and 66 still waiting.
Voter fraud doesn't exist, Mr. Jones? Really?
Just like most liberals, Jones made a statement without checking facts. And, as I present just a few, of many, Jones still won't see the light. His saviour and messiah can do no wrong. He is the anointed one.
If I have to show I.D. for voting, I take that as an honor. I'm proud to say that I'm a registered voter. And I'm proud to be an American.
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