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Wednesday, October 01, 2008 

Obama up to his neck in fraud and FEC violations

Sen. Barrack Obama and his campaign are up to their necks in voter fraud. Backing and supporting the actions of groups such as ACORN and NCLR. Massive voter fraud is being committed in front of every American. A lack of press coverage on this is par for coarse. Seeing how the MSM is massively slanted in Baracks election corner.

Third Base Politics looks at the fraud being committed and allowed by Ohio State officials in accepting these people as registered voters. I say these people meaning that not having a true residence disqualifies a person as a voter.


Tuesday, September 30, 2008

When Can I Do My Thug Thizzle?

So, today is the first day of 'Golden Week' voting in Ohio. Our acutely unprepared Secretary of State has given the go ahead for folks in the Buckeye State to both register and vote in the same breath for the next 7 days ........

Michelle Malkin has been diligently following the falsification of voter registrations by ACORN and its ILLEGAL activities for months now if not several years. A little more info on current ACORN problems are as follows:

Erroneous voters Ruth Johnson, the current county clerk/register of deeds and a Republican, said the local clerks had a meeting Sept. 24 and learned that about two-thirds of the voter registrations coming into Oakland County this election cycle are invalid, mostly because they’re duplicates.

In Pontiac alone, about 4,500 registrations were duplicates or had something else wrong with them, she said. One person’s name in Oakland County was registered 12 different times with different signatures, she added.

Joe Rozell, Oakland County’s director of elections, chimed in and said that these irregularities are primarily coming from ACORN.

Secretary of State spokeswoman Kelly Chesney told C & G Newspapers that potential evidence has been turned over to the U.S. Attorney’s Office. But she was confident about the integrity of the electoral system and said workers are putting in overtime to prepare for this election.

“They’re crosschecking (applications) against the statewide qualified voter file, and they’re working at processing those right now,” she said.

This is not the first time that ACORN’s voter registration drives have drawn this kind of attention. For instance, five ACORN workers who were indicted in 2007 for submitting false registration applications in Washington state were later convicted.

According to news reports, a flurry of suspicion has arisen over ACORN’s vote registration drives over the last couple of months in other states like Wisconsin, Ohio, Florida and North Carolina.

Turning to the FEC violations. Pamela Geller over at Atlas Shrugs has followed foreign donations.

Obama's Contributors: Good Will? Loving you? UPDATE: Doo da DooDa

More important reading in her archives:

OBAMA LIED: "Palestinian" Campaign Contributions NEVER RETURNED OR REFUNDED


American Thinker

Obama's Foreign Donors: The media averts its eyes

Pamela Geller

Newsmax's Ken Timmerman writes the following about Obama's illicit funds.


More than half of the whopping $426.9 million Barack Obama has raised has come from small donors whose names the Obama campaign won't disclose.

And questions have arisen about millions more in foreign donations the Obama campaign has received that apparently have not been vetted as legitimate.

Federal law does not require the campaigns to identify donors who give less than $200 during the election cycle. However, it does require that campaigns calculate running totals for each donor and report them once they go beyond the $200 mark.

Surprisingly, the great majority of Obama donors never break the $200 threshold.

“Contributions that come under $200 aggregated per person are not listed,” said Bob Biersack, a spokesman for the FEC. “They don’t appear anywhere, so there’s no way of knowing who they are.”

The FEC breakdown of the Obama campaign has identified a staggering $222.7 million as coming from contributions of $200 or less. Only $39.6 million of that amount comes from donors the Obama campaign has identified.

It is the largest pool of unidentified money that has ever flooded into the U.S. election system, before or after the McCain-Feingold campaign finance reforms of 2002.

FEC and Mr. Doodad Pro

When FEC auditors have questions about contributions, they send letters to the campaign’s finance committee requesting additional information, such as the complete address or employment status of the donor.

Many of the FEC letters that Newsmax reviewed instructed the Obama campaign to “redesignate” contributions in excess of the finance limits.

Under campaign finance laws, an individual can donate $2,300 to a candidate for federal office in both the primary and general election, for a total of $4,600. If a donor has topped the limit in the primary, the campaign can “redesignate” the contribution to the general election on its books.

In a letter dated June 25, 2008, the FEC asked the Obama campaign to verify a series of $25 donations from a contributor identified as “Will, Good” from Austin, Texas.

Mr. Good Will listed his employer as “Loving” and his profession as “You.”

A Newsmax analysis of the 1.4 million individual contributions in the latest master file for the Obama campaign discovered 1,000 separate entries for Mr. Good Will, most of them for $25.

In total, Mr. Good Will gave $17,375.

Following this and subsequent FEC requests, campaign records show that 330 contributions from Mr. Good Will were credited back to a credit card. But the most recent report, filed on Sept. 20, showed a net cumulative balance of $8,950 — still well over the $4,600 limit.

There can be no doubt that the Obama campaign noticed these contributions, since Obama’s Sept. 20 report specified that Good Will’s cumulative contributions since the beginning of the campaign were $9,375.

In an e-mailed response to a query from Newsmax, Obama campaign spokesman Ben LaBolt pledged that the campaign would return the donations. But given the slowness with which the campaign has responded to earlier FEC queries, there’s no guarantee that the money will be returned before the Nov. 4 election.

Similarly, a donor identified as “Pro, Doodad,” from “Nando, NY,” gave $19,500 in 786 separate donations, most of them for $25. For most of these donations, Mr. Doodad Pro listed his employer as “Loving” and his profession as “You,” just as Good Will had done.

But in some of them, he didn’t even go this far, apparently picking letters at random to fill in the blanks on the credit card donation form. In these cases, he said he was employed by “VCX” and that his profession was “VCVC.”

Following FEC requests, the Obama campaign began refunding money to Doodad Pro in February 2008. In all, about $8,425 was charged back to a credit card. But that still left a net total of $11,165 as of Sept. 20, way over the individual limit of $4,600.

If it looks like fraud, it smells like fraud, then it more than likely is fraud. Where is the MSM coverage of this? It is no where to be found. More evidence the MSM is in the tank for Obama.

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