Eleven people hired to register potential voters in Miami-Dade County before last year's presidential election were being sought Wednesday for falsifying hundreds of voter registration cards.
The Miami-Dade State Attorney's Office issued arrest warrants for each of the 11 suspects, all of whom worked for the local chapter of the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now, (ACORN).
Well who the Hell woulda thunk it? ACORN hiring people who commit fraud? Just don't make sense, does it?
ACORN quality control workers found the discrepancies in the cards turned in by 10 canvassers and contacted authorities in June 2008, authorities said. The group turned in 1,400 cards, of which 888 were found to be fraudulent
Well there ya go-ACORN is policing itself. So none of those fraudulently registered folks voted, right? Surely not Paul Newman, cause he's dead and dead men don't vote. So I'm told.
I hate to be critical of a fine group like ACORN, but you would think with all the money they rake in off the taxpayer's dime they could afford to hire a better class of... Sorry, just not in my best interest to finish that sentence.
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