Off the beaten path online: ACORN threw out GOP voter registrations...

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Today’s Water Cooler lineup of off the beaten path online stories are: ACORN embezzlement was $5 million says La. attorney general, Harry Reid lectures GOP on patriotism, ACORN accused of throwing out GOP voter registrations. :

  • Nola.com  Robert Travis Scott  on: ACORN embezzlement was $5 million, La. attorney general says

Louisiana’s attorney general has broadened the scope of an investigation of ACORN to include a possible embezzlement of $5 million a decade ago within the community organization, five times more than previously reported.

  • Gateway Pundit (VIDEO) on: Harry “This War Is Lost” Reid Lectures Republicans On Patriotism
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) just delivered a paint-peeling denunciation of the GOP’s opposition to Democrats’ health care reform proposals — saying conservatives are so blinded by their desire to defeat President Obama they cheered the Chicago’s loss of the Olympics.
  • Atlas Shrugs  Pamela Gellar  on: ACORN Threw out Republican voter registrations
In February of 2009 Fathiyyah Muhammad of Jacksonville, Florida, heard that ACORN was paying three dollars for each vote you could register. Fatiyyah claims she registered voters for Acorn there (at three dollars each), but that the group threw out her votes and fired her when she brought them GOP registrations.

 

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