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May I point out that ACORN officials themselves were the ones who discovered the fraudulent applications and fired the employees in question. Hardly the behavior I would expect from an organization trying to pull off widespread voter fraud. I would also point out that a 5-year investigation carried out by Bush's own Justice Department failed to substantiate any "organized effort to skew federal elections" as documented here:
As far as why we need an organization like ACORN, I would say it's to counter situations like this:
Thanks for those links, Martha. I'm not quite sure what it has to do with Acorn going out on the streets to register voters fraudulently, but I appreciate hearing different opinions. My point was that we should not have to have people out there recruiting votes, on either side. Voting is a privilege and a duty. If you need someone to drag you there, maybe you should consider not voting.