October 19th, 2010
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October 19th, 2010
October 18, 2010
United States Justice Foundation
Just in time for the elections in weeks . . .
The infamous ACORN is still alive and well---ready, once again, to throw numerous elections by having dead people to vote!
Aren't you fed up with these kinds of disastrous, un-American and ILLEGAL tactics?
I say it is way past time to DO SOMETHING about this voter fraud.
But being a person who tries to keep up with the news, I know that you are asking yourself:
"Didn't the U. S. Senate already vote to cut off funding for ACORN after undercover videos surfaced last year depicting ACORN workers providing advice on purchasing a house to run as a brothel for underage, illegal alien, girls?"
"Didn't the U.S. House of Representatives already cut off ALL funding?"
"Didn't a federal appeals court rule last month that the government's ACORN funding bans were legally permissible?"
In short, the answer to the above three questions is YES!
However---they have changed their name. They have "re-invented" themselves...just in time to support Barack Hussein Obama's allies in the next election --- less than 15 days away. ACORN still has a chance to ONCE AGAIN steal an election by using dead people on the election rolls. ACORN still has the opportunity to misuse YOUR taxpayer dollars!
The United States Justice Foundation (USJF) is not going to stand for this. We are initiating a TWO-PRONGED program to make sure that ACORN (or its various offshoot new names!) does NOT improperly influence ANY election ever again. Here is our plan of attack...
- Right NOW, FAX every State Governor and State Attorney General and demand that they CLEAN UP their state voter rolls, or we will file suit to force them to do so.
- Set up a USJF HOTLINE EMAIL for use by YOU, a surrogate poll watcher, to report via email IMMEDIATELY on election night any voter fraud or intimidation. We will react IMMEDIATELY. We will not wait several months for an investigation. We will investigate right away.
Unfortunately, all of this takes money that we simply do not have at this time. Will you help us to keep this next election as "clean" as possible?
You are aware of the MASSIVE VOTER FRAUD by ACORN in 2006 and, especially, in 2008. We must NOT let that happen again. That's why there is a dire need for a Citizen's Corps. of poll watchers on November 2. Would you like to be one? Just check the correct box on the response; and we will give you instructions on how to alert USJF instantly on election night.
Here are just a few of THOUSANDS of documented examples of ACORN VOTER FRAUD violations:
In Wisconsin, at least 33,000 ACORN-submitted registrations in Milwaukee were called into question after it was found that the organization had been using felons as registration workers, in violation of state election rules. (2008)
In Florida, 11 ACORN workers were accused of forging voter registration applications in Miami-Dade County during the last election. The Florida Department of Law Enforcement and the state attorney's office scoured hundreds of suspicious applications provided by ACORN and found 197 of 260 contained personal ID information that did not match any living person. (2009)
In Indiana, election officials threw out more than 4,000 ACORN-submitted voter registrations after finding they had identical handwriting and included the names of many DECEASED people, and even the name of a fast food restaurant. (2008)
In Ohio, ACORN activists gave Ohio residents cash and cigarettes in exchange for filling out voter registration cards, according to the New York Post. Some voters claim to have registered dozens of times, and one man says he signed up on 72 voter registration cards. (2008)
In Texas, (Harris County—Houston), nearly 10,000 ACORN-submitted registrations were found to be invalid, including many with clearly fraudulent addresses or other personal information. (2008)
In Pennsylvania, state election officials threw out 57,435 voter registrations, the majority of which were submitted by ACORN. The registrations were thrown out after officials found "clearly fraudulent" signatures, vacant lots listed as addresses, and other signs of fraud. (2008)
A recently released Inspector General's Report concluded that ACORN was guilty in MULTIPLE voter-fraud cases, but they may have concealed fraud by destroying or failing to produce records. The report finalized: "Unfortunately, ACORN'S actions are now impossible to track." Will you help us to catch ACORN in the act?
Originally, Barack Hussein Obama said that he had nothing to do with ACORN. However, the Obama campaign reportedly paid $832,598 to an ACORN offshoot, Citizens Services Inc., for "Get Out the Vote" projects from February 25 to May 17, 2008. Mr. Obama was also captured on video during the campaign telling ACORN: "You have a friend in me."
The Department of Justice (DOJ) "Voting Section" has literally been "asleep at the wheel." Reports say that the DOJ has not responded to the voting rolls of at least 16 states who list ineligible voters, including non-residents, disqualified felons, and even DEAD people.
November 2 is less than 15 days away. Yet voter fraud continues. And here is the killer: It appears that no one is doing anything about it. That's why we must take this election by the horns and MAKE SURE that voter fraud is held to a minimum. Yes, you heard it right from me: Our government is DOING NOTHING to make sure that voters are really, in fact, voters. That's why we have taken a stand to make a difference. Obviously, the Obama Administration does not have any incentive to make sure that voters are alive!
U. S. Deputy Assistant Attorney General Julie Fernandes discussed the federal law that requires that local officials purge illegitimate names from their voter rolls. Fernandes told Voting Section prosecutors: "We have no interest in enforcing this provision of the law. It has nothing to do with increasing turnout, and we are just not going to do it."
Voting rolls have been altered....and yet our DOJ is doing nothing about it.
Please. Please. Help USJF to do all that we possibly can to make this next election . . . LEGAL!!
We need your financial assistance, RIGHT NOW, to make a real difference in the next 15 days. "Early voting" is already starting in some areas!
First, please FAX every State Governor and every State Attorney General, demanding that they clean up their voter rolls; next, please volunteer for the election night "USJF HOTLINE EMAIL," to guard against voter fraud and intimidation; and, last, but not least, PLEASE GIVE your most generous DONATION possible to USJF to make sure that we do everything that we can to make this election fraud-free!
Urgently yours for America,
Gary G. Kreep, Esq.
United States Justice Foundation
P. S. Your involvement is critical. The United States sits at a literal crossroads. Every legitimate vote must be counted. Not of dead people or non-qualified voters, but every real vote will make a difference. Please respond today!
October 19th, 2010
A vigorous post-Labor Day Democratic offensive has failed to diminish the resurgent Republicans' lead among likely voters, leaving the GOP poised for major gains in congressional elections two weeks away, according to a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll.
Among likely voters, Republicans hold a 50% to 43% edge, up from a three-percentage-point lead a month ago.
In the broader category of registered voters, 46% favor a Democratic-controlled Congress, compared with 44% who want Republican control. But in the 92 House districts considered most competitive, the GOP's lead among registered voters is 14 points, underscoring the Democrats' challenge in maintaining their hold on the House. The poll of 1,000 registered voters was taken Oct. 14-18.
"It's hard to say Democrats are facing anything less than a category four hurricane," said Peter Hart, the Democratic pollster who conducts the Journal poll with Republican pollster Bill McInturff. "And it's unlikely the Democratic House will be left standing."
Mr. McInturff said the Republican lead among likely voters, if it stood, probably would yield a pickup of 52 or 53 House seats, surpassing the net gain of 39 seats the GOP needs to claim control of the chamber.
See results from The Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll, including Obama's approval rating since the start of his term.
The heightened energy among Republican-leaning voters has been a feature of public opinion for months, with many voters anxious about the economy and unhappy with the Democratic-led Congress.
"A good chunk of [the Democrats'] base is disillusioned by what they've done, and Republicans believe the policies have taken us in the wrong direction," said Scott Jennings, a former Bush White House political aide now monitoring campaigns in Kentucky. "They've spawned a great conservative awakening."
Some Democrats say the numbers may overstate the GOP's potential gains. Democratic leaders accept that the "enthusiasm gap" between the parties is real, but are trying to counter it with tens of millions of dollars aimed at getting out the vote, said Celinda Lake, a Democratic pollster working on a number of House races.
"Generic Republicans in these broad polls are more popular than individual Republicans,'' Ms. Lake said, citing policy positions of some GOP candidates, such as modifying Social Security by adding private accounts, which she said are unpopular.
Five percent of registered voters told the Journal they had already voted.
While the poll showed overarching trends that favor Republicans, Democratic attacks on the GOP in recent weeks have solidified the party's hold on President Barack Obama's core supporters, especially African Americans and young women, while softening up the Republican advantage among senior citizens, the poll found.
In the battleground Midwest, Democrats now lead 47% to 42% among registered voters who were asked which party they want to control Congress, a reversal of fortune since August.
Mr. Obama taped a radio advertisement, released Tuesday by the Democratic National Committee, aimed at bringing core Democratic supporters to the polls.
The ad will run largely on nationally syndicated talk shows aimed at black audiences, and in the battleground states of Ohio, Florida, Missouri, Illinois, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.
"We can't let this country fall backward because the rest of us didn't care to fight," the president said in the ad, ahead of a campaign swing through Oregon, Washington state, California, Nevada and Minnesota that begins Wednesday.
Mr. Obama will hold a backyard town-hall style meeting, for women only, Thursday in Seattle.
Such efforts come as views of the president are hardening. In August, 27% of respondents said their vote would be a signal of support for the president, while 29% said their vote signaled opposition.
Now, 35% say their vote is a signal of support for Mr. Obama, while 34% say it's a signal against him.
Those numbers show Mr. Obama is having a large impact on the campaign.
In all, 69% of voters are saying their vote is a signal to the president, compared with 59% who said so in 2006 about then-President George W. Bush, the year Democrats took control of Congress.
The numbers of voters in 2006 who said they were motivated by feelings for or against Mr. Bush "are dwarfed by how Obama impacts the political stage," Mr. McInturff said.
Voters this year are evenly divided between showing their support for, or opposition to, the president, while voters in 2006 were more likely to be signaling their opposition to Mr. Bush—with 37% saying they wanted to register opposition, and 22% signaling support.
The Republican edge in intensity of support, after falling from a 19-point lead in August to a 14-point lead in September, is now at 20 percentage points.
"After seven weeks of a powerful counteroffensive, the dynamics haven't changed," Mr. McInturff said of Democratic efforts to diminish GOP momentum.
Tea-party supporters now make up 35% of the voters likely to turn out Nov. 2. Among that group, Republicans lead 84% to 10%. Just 56% of voters who supported Mr. Obama in 2008 say they are very interested in the midterm elections, compared with 77% of those who voted for Republican presidential candidate John McCain.
For Democratic candidates, the poll holds some glimmers of hope. Democratic campaigns in their home districts appear to be having an impact.
In August, 46% of respondents said their member of Congress's position on national issues was most important to their vote, compared with 41% who were swayed by their member's performance in the district—an ominous number when 60% at the time believed the nation was on the wrong track. Now, 52% said performance in the district is most important.
Moreover, 52% said their representative is part of the solution to the problems facing the country, while 35% said their representative is part of the problem.
"The Democrats may be making a good pitch on performance in their districts," Mr. Hart said.
There is some optimism about the economy, as well: 37% of respondents say the economy will get better over the next 12 months, up from 32% in September, while the number saying the economy will get worse fell from 25% to 20%.
Write to Jonathan Weisman at email@example.com
Other articles of interest at the Wall Street journal:
October 19th, 2010
By Will Leitch
At first he ignored the existence of the smash-hit movie that's 85 percent about how much he's a socially maladjusted jerk. But now Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, in a smart PR move, has confirmed that he'd brought his employees to a screening (complete with post-viewing apple martinis, a nice touch referencing a scene in the film), and is finally breaking his silence about "The Social Network."
[Related: Secrets of the Facebook film]
At a relaxed "startup school" session at Stanford University, Zuckerberg took questions from the audience and, inevitably, that movie came up. Like countless techies familiar with "the Facebook story" have been saying since the film was released, Zuckerberg pointed out how far removed it is from reality:
Zuckerberg was asked about the difference between the movie and what he experienced while creating Facebook. "Where do you want to start?" he asked. Every shirt and fleece worn by the actor (Jesse Eisenberg) who played him was one he had actually worn, Zuckerberg said. The movie got a lot of stuff wrong and random details right, he said.
Reviewing the film thematically, Zuckerberg said it featured a girl who was not part of his real life. In the movie she dumped him, which, he joked, happened to him often. "They framed it as if I wanted to get girls or into some social institution," Zuckerberg said. "I've been dating the same girl since before Facebook." He concluded that the filmmakers "can't wrap their head around the idea that someone might build something because they like building things."
Screenwriter Aaron Sorkin's decision to turn Zuckerberg's motivation for creating Facebook into an angry response to being dumped by a girl is the film's central conceit, but that's not even close to how it actually happened. (Jessica Alona, the woman at whom he [now infamously] lashed out on his blog is real, but whatever relationship the two had is unclear.) David Kirkpatrick, with whom Zuckerberg spoke at length for another book about Facebook ("The Facebook Effect: The Inside Story of the Company That Is Connecting the World"), describes Zuckerberg in a Daily Beast article as "one of the least angry people I've ever met." Kirkpatrick writes:
"Zuckerberg was seldom without a girlfriend even before Thefacebook. And shortly before Thefacebook launched, the real-life Zuckerberg began seriously dating a girlfriend, Priscilla Chan, with whom he lives today. He was with her during almost all the events portrayed in the movie."
Addressing claims that the film's central players were hostile to women, Sorkin has decried the misogyny of his characters, but with the possible exception of FaceMash (the application Zuckerberg created in one night at Harvard in a pique of frustration) there's no history of that behavior at all from Zuckerberg or any of the Facebook founders. Sorkin made it all up to give his story a framing device. That's fine, of course: No one's claiming "The Social Network" is a documentary. But still, if Zuckerberg is annoyed that a guy who dislikes the Internet tells the entire moviegoing universe a made-up story about how a world-changing website was created to get back at the woman who dumped him, we can see why the Facebook founder might be a little upset about that.
See a clip from "The Social Network."
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