Hillary Dems Accuse Obama of Fraud, Threats

BREAKING NEWS: related . . .


Obama fundraiser, convicted of fraud, spills beans




Caucus Fraud



“Voter intimidation, registration fraud, vandalism, threats of violence, you name it, Obama’s supporters did it. And we have word now that the people behind these efforts to document what Obama did during the primaries are also cooperating with law enforcement in an investigation into the Obama campaign’s efforts to undermine the true will of the people in the general election.”



That’s the allegation.   Investigation continues.








Texas Caucus Fraud

“Lois Capps is correct when she wrote that Sen. Obama is inspiring. However, many of the actions of his campaign that I witnessed and investigated are criminal.”



13 Responses to Hillary Dems Accuse Obama of Fraud, Threats

  1. ALD says:

    Not so funny how the loser republicans are accusing the democrats of all the dirty tricks they have invented and practiced.

  2. RogerHq says:

    So, really?

    If this isn´t the usual crap coming from the rightWingers, then you have to admit that the “leeons learned” is in effect:
    Q is: How did the worst president ever, win the election 8 years ago?
    What happened in Florida?
    Just asking…

  3. Allan Erickson says:

    Hello Roger Hq,

    Old question I’m afraid, thoroughly answered, but for those who insist eternally the election was stolen, no amount of investigation is sufficient, nor is the fact McCain was completely exonerated for Keating relevant. Furthermore, this isn’t rightwing crap. It’s from Hillary Democrats. Perhaps Obama uses brass knuckles, and illegalities in various ways – ACORN, foreign money, infringements on free speech using the Justice Department and intimidation–but all this is fine correct? Ends justify the means. Straight out of Alinsky.

    God bless.

  4. Allan Erickson says:


    A close read reveals these allegations come from Hillary Democrats. At least try to stay on subject. Ranting only reveals irrational rage.

    God bless.

  5. RogerHq says:

    Ok, I’ll return stay on the subject if anything relevant happens, I doubt, because this is also old news, and McCain needs a GameChanger, right?
    Then I’ll give U a tip Allan:

    This behaviour isn’t Obama, it may, and I say “may” be some of his faithful followers, but they haven’t threatened to kill McCain yet, as the McCain followers have threatened to do to Obama, right?

  6. Allan Erickson says:

    Dear RogerHq:

    Would you agree the central consideration selecting a president is character? If so, I invite you to consider the record. We know Mr. Obama used typical strong-arm Chicago political tactics to destroy all opposition when he ran for both the state and U.S. Senate. We know about multiple instances of intimidating the opposition using law enforcement in Missouri, using the Justice Department, flooding Chicago radio station with threats. We know about foreign money flowing into his campaign illegally. We know about his connections to ACORN and voter fraud. We know about Alinsky’s influence on Obama: the central tactic promoted there—-all ends justify the means, hit below the belt if you have to and even if you don’t. Hillary long complained about Obama’s tactics, misrepresentations, underhanded methods, illegalities, and not her supporters are coming forward with serious charges of fraud. The FEC is investigating foreign contributions. There are controversies involving ACORN in 13 states involving millions of questionable registrations. Investigations are growing. These are simply facts, not brought by nefarious Republicans, but by Democrats, and many in the MSM. And you what to focus on what some nut job yelled out at a political rally? Please.

  7. RogerHq says:

    Sorry, I disagree with U Allan except for the character thing, yes I believe in honesty but MaCain have a serious problem in this matter.

    About BOs Chicago years I suppose he behaved like any politician, right?

    The Nut who was yelling “Kill” the other day was in fact encouraged to do so by the McCain campains dishonest and outdated allegations against Obama.
    McCain is now running a smear campaign because he doesn’t have any policies for the USA who will take the country in the right direction.
    He is continuing the W policies we now feel the consequences of, in USA as all over the world.
    This is, I believe the basic reason GOP campaing is losing voters.
    The other reason, who U are mentioning is the grassroot forces who Obama has engaged.
    This is a uniquqe feature of this particular election as U surely know.
    There is cerainly some events who shouldn’t have happened but that is part of the game and I believe people realize that.

    About the foreign contributions there is no real case, rather a technicality it seems.

  8. Allan Erickson says:

    Look. Let’s just cut to the bottom line shall we? Our very survival is at stake. Consider:


  9. Kim VA says:

    Hillary Hillraisers were covering their own butts. Multiple phone images of the caucuses where the Clinton campaign pushed people away from doors, closed the doors early, and told some spanish voters, the wrong poll place, when they saw Obama signs on their lawns.

    As for “strong arming in Chicago” Blatant lie. The other candidates didn’t think Obama would challenge the repeated signatures that he and his staff voluteers went door to door getting. The signatures were on his list also and he recognised people, because he, unlike the other candidates, gets to KNOW the people while campaigning.

    They got busted almost like the repeated signature handwriting, from the crackhead volunteers, we told the ACORN about in 2006, they can’t be trusted. They will sit at the crack house and fill them out or use a phone book. We lost money trying to help the staff maintain, but We won’t forget it.

    We are working to verify and kick the fakes off. We don’t want to win by cheating, the very campaign is run on truth and trust.

    Crackheads can’t be trusted, no matter how many times they say they can be.
    The (“Gorilla”” habit, will beat them down everytime.

  10. Allan Erickson says:

    You must be kidding. Apparently you didn’t read the links, or this breaking news>


  11. Allan Erickson says:

    Yes, ACORN, the self-regulating champion of free elections. We’ll take your word for it, Lewis, but the feds have other ideas. But you go ahead and keep kidding yourself, while ACORN takes millions in tax dollars to destroy the very country giving you hearth and home. Why not just burn your own house down and be done with it?

    As to the “story Line,” what I presented were reports of Obama misconduct during the Texas caucus as alleged by Hillary’s people. Get mad at them, not me.

    Remember, everything gets brought out into the light, eventually.

    However, I Mr. Obama becomes President, do you seriously believe corruption involving Raines and Johnson and Dodd and Frank and Shumer will be brought to light, much less investigated.

    No. All those inquiries will be shutdown quicker ‘n a church in Sodom.

    Bless yer red hot angry hide there Lewis.

  12. Allan Erickson says:

    “…the organization’s real genius is getting American taxpayers to foot the bill.”

    Obama and Acorn
    Community organizers, phony voters, and your tax dollars.
    October 14, 2008 | The Wall St. Journal

    At the recent Emmy Awards, historian Laura Linney averred that America’s Founders had been “community organizers” — like Barack Obama. Too bad they aren’t like that any more. Mr. Obama’s kind of organizers work at Acorn, the militant advocacy group that is turning up in reports about voter fraud across the country.

    Acorn — the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now — has been around since 1970 and boasts 350,000 members. We’ve written about them for years, but Acorn is now getting more attention as John McCain’s campaign makes an issue of the fraud reports and Acorn’s ties to Mr. Obama. It’s about time someone exposed this shady outfit that uses government dollars to lobby for larger government.

    Acorn uses various affiliated groups to agitate for “a living wage,” for “affordable housing,” for “tax justice” and union and environmental goals, as well as against school choice and welfare reform. It was a major contributor to the subprime meltdown by pushing lenders to make home loans on easy terms, conducting “strikes” against banks so they’d lower credit standards.

    But the organization’s real genius is getting American taxpayers to foot the bill. According to a 2006 report from the Employment Policies Institute (EPI), Acorn has been on the federal take since 1977. For instance, Acorn’s American Institute for Social Justice claimed $240,000 in tax money between fiscal years 2002 and 2003. Its American Environmental Justice Project received 100% of its revenue from government grants in the same years. EPI estimates the Acorn Housing Corporation alone received some $16 million in federal dollars from 1997-2007. Only recently, Democrats tried and failed to stuff an “affordable housing” provision into the $700 billion bank rescue package that would have let politicians give even more to Acorn.

    All this money gives Acorn the ability to pursue its other great hobby: electing liberals. Acorn is spending $16 million this year to register new Democrats and is already boasting it has put 1.3 million new voters on the rolls. The big question is how many of these registrations are real.

    The Michigan Secretary of State told the press in September that Acorn had submitted “a sizeable number of duplicate and fraudulent applications.” Earlier this month, Nevada’s Democratic Secretary of State Ross Miller requested a raid on Acorn’s offices, following complaints of false names and fictional addresses (including the starting lineup of the Dallas Cowboys). Nevada’s Clark County Registrar of Voters Larry Lomax said he saw rampant fraud in 2,000 to 3,000 applications Acorn submitted weekly.

    Officials in Ohio are investigating voter fraud connected with Acorn, and Florida’s Seminole County is withholding Acorn registrations that appear fraudulent. New Mexico, North Carolina and Missouri are looking into hundreds of dubious Acorn registrations. Wisconsin is investigating Acorn employees for, according to an election official, “making people up or registering people that were still in prison.”

    Then there’s Lake County, Indiana, which has already found more than 2,100 bogus applications among the 5,000 Acorn dumped right before the deadline. “All the signatures looked exactly the same,” said Ruthann Hoagland, of the county election board. Bridgeport, Connecticut estimates about 20% of Acorn’s registrations were faulty. As of July, the city of Houston had rejected or put on hold about 40% of the 27,000 registration cards submitted by Acorn.

    That’s just this year. In 2004, four Acorn employees were indicted in Ohio for submitting false voter registrations. In 2005, two Colorado Acorn workers were found to have submitted false registrations. Four Acorn Missouri employees were indicted in 2006; five were found guilty in Washington state in 2007 for filling out registration forms with names from a phone book.

    Which brings us to Mr. Obama, who got his start as a Chicago “community organizer” at Acorn’s side. In 1992 he led voter registration efforts as the director of Project Vote, which included Acorn. This past November, he lauded Acorn’s leaders for being “smack dab in the middle” of that effort. Mr. Obama also served as a lawyer for Acorn in 1995, in a case against Illinois to increase access to the polls.

    During his tenure on the board of Chicago’s Woods Fund, that body funneled more than $200,000 to Acorn. More recently, the Obama campaign paid $832,000 to an Acorn affiliate. The campaign initially told the Federal Election Commission this money was for “staging, sound, lighting.” It later admitted the cash was to get out the vote.

    The Obama campaign is now distancing itself from Acorn, claiming Mr. Obama never organized with it and has nothing to do with illegal voter registration. Yet it’s disingenuous to channel cash into an operation with a history of fraud and then claim you’re shocked to discover reports of fraud. As with Rev. Jeremiah Wright and William Ayers, Mr. Obama was happy to associate with Acorn when it suited his purposes. But now that he’s on the brink of the Presidency, he wants to disavow his ties.

    The Justice Department needs to treat these fraud reports as something larger than a few local violators. The question is whether Acorn is systematically subverting U.S. election law — on the taxpayer’s dime.

    Copyright ©2008 Dow Jones & Company, Inc. All Rights Reserved


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