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She has worked tirelessly as a community organizer and in other community endeavors for many organizations. Before her election to the state House, she was a community organizer for the XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX Coalition. Prior to taking that position in 2006, she volunteered her services to the Coalition, organizing such activities as the annual holiday dinner and assisting with other initiatives. As a community organizer in the XXXXXXX Volunteers Program,

 

 

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Nevada's law banning cash bonuses for voter registrations has been upheld by that state’s supreme court despite an ACORN-backed legal challenge to its constitutionality.

 

The decision upholds the 2011 criminal conviction of former senior ACORN executive Amy Adele Busefink for her role in a massive voter fraud conspiracy. Voter fraud, sometimes called vote fraud, election fraud, or electoral fraud, is a catch-all phrase coined by lawyers that

encompasses a host of election-related improprieties.

 

As I reported in my book, Subversion Inc., at least 54 individuals associated with ACORN have been convicted of voter fraud. (Table of convictions available here.)

 

ACORN itself was convicted of voter fraud in Nevada last year in a case that arose out of the same set of facts as in the Busefink case.

 

Las Vegas Judge Donald Mosley said the actions of ACORN made “a mockery of our election process.” Mosley called ACORN’s crime “reprehensible” and said it was “the kind of thing you see in some banana republic, Uruguay or someplace, not in the United States.”

 

The case involved a conspiracy to provide illegal financial bonuses to voter registration canvassers for exceeding their daily quotas. Nevada law forbids the practice on the theory that such bonuses provide an incentive for canvassers to file bogus registrations.

 

The court found that the Nevada statute “neither violates the First Amendment nor is unconstitutionally vague.” Busefink argued unsuccessfully on appeal that Nevada’s ban on “the payment of individuals based upon the number of voters registered” violated her free speech rights.

 

This resounding affirmation of Nevada's voter fraud law comes as photo ID laws nationwide come under attack by left-wing activists and their black-robed brethren. Many of the legal attacks on these electoral integrity laws are funded by Obama backer George Soros. Soros-funded advocacy groups Media Matters for America and the Center for American Progress have been working nonstop to undermine public support for common sense legislation promoting clean, honest elections.

 

Busefink was found guilty last year after making a plea deal regarding two gross misdemeanor counts of conspiracy to commit the crime of compensation for registration of voters. A gross misdemeanor is a crime that is more serious than a misdemeanor but less serious than a felony.

 

Busefink was sentenced to two years imprisonment but the jail time was suspended. She was also fined a total of $4,000 and ordered to perform 100 hours of community service. Prosecutors had argued for a fine of just $1,000.

 

The criminal complaint filed against Busefink by the Democratic attorney general of Nevada, Catherine Cortez Masto, in May 2009 stated that as “ACORN Regional Director for Voter Registration” Busefink “did aid, abet, counsel, encourage, hire, command, induce or procure ACORN to commit the crime of Compensation for Registration of Voters” by approving a bonus program called “Blackjack” or “21.” Voter registration canvassers were given cash bonuses for exceeding a daily quota of 20 registrations.

 

This wasn’t the first time Busefink was involved in shady electoral dealings. Even while under indictment in Nevada she ran the 2010 national voter drive for Project Vote.

 

Busefink also ran the disastrous joint ACORN/Project Vote voter registration drive of 2008. In that campaign, officials chucked an astounding 400,000 bogus voter registrations.

 

Project Vote is the unit of ACORN that Barack Obama worked for in 1992 when he led a successful get-out-the-vote effort that helped to make him a star in the left-wing activist community. Project Vote and ACORN have long been indistinguishable. Until recently Project Vote operated out of ACORN’s offices in Washington, D.C.

 

Busefink still works for Project Vote as its field director. (Project Vote filed a friend-of-the-court brief in her appeal in Nevada.)

 

ACORN Inc., the lead entity that controlled the ACORN network of activist groups, filed for bankruptcy on Election Day 2010.

 

Across the country state chapters of ACORN, which stands for Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now, have been incorporating themselves separately in order to carry on ACORN’s work.

 

ACORN founder Wade Rathke openly admits that Louisiana-based A Community Voice is a resurrected version of Louisiana ACORN.

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She has worked tirelessly as a community organizer and in other community endeavors for many organizations. Before her election to the state House, she was a community organizer for the XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX Coalition. Prior to taking that position in 2006, she volunteered her services to the Coalition, organizing such activities as the annual holiday dinner and assisting with other initiatives. As a community organizer in the XXXXXXX Volunteers Program,

 

 

wtf over?

This fits so many societal evolutionists never wanting to remain just another lifetime passing through the moment here now all the time.

 

Power, wealth, and fame aren't measured by money, title, and property, but by those willing to give up what they are to become a role within staged theater of the mind the narrative because a body of life doesn't matter, just the performance of a lifetime acting society's favor sibling does this generation.

 

What gets sacrificed to lead ideology within a physical eternity of now here? Understanding real. The original sin faith makes genders believe real is just a figment of one's imagination following the law of "nobody can know everything".

 

Everything about details or functions providing the space details never duplicate genetically spaced apart currently all the time?

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In answer to the thread title question, it's not rocket surgery:

 

Start as a volunteer;

Learn how things work;

Show respect for others;

Be a do-er and a helper, not a complainer;

bring something to the table (knowledge, skills, personality, money, communication skills, connections ..... something);

Attend social functions & be nice to people;

Belong to multiple organizations that are complementary to each other;

and most importantly ----- Network.

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She has worked tirelessly as a community organizer and in other community endeavors for many organizations. Before her election to the state House, she was a community organizer for the XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX Coalition. Prior to taking that position in 2006, she volunteered her services to the Coalition, organizing such activities as the annual holiday dinner and assisting with other initiatives. As a community organizer in the XXXXXXX Volunteers Program,

 

 

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sounds like she is qualified to be the President of the USA. :)

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In answer to the thread title question, it's not rocket surgery:

 

Start as a volunteer;

Learn how things work;

Show respect for others;

Be a do-er and a helper, not a complainer;

bring something to the table (knowledge, skills, personality, money, communication skills, connections ..... something);

Attend social functions & be nice to people;

Belong to multiple organizations that are complementary to each other;

and most importantly ----- Network.

Direct without getting caught directing everyone else misled by the same social engineering societal evolution ruthlessly misleading a population. Chain of command to the chain reaction of trying to make staged chaos look like it naturally happened.

 

Please, your spots are showing.

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Nevada's law banning cash bonuses for voter registrations has been upheld by that state’s supreme court despite an ACORN-backed legal challenge to its constitutionality.

 

The decision upholds the 2011 criminal conviction of former senior ACORN executive Amy Adele Busefink for her role in a massive voter fraud conspiracy. Voter fraud, sometimes called vote fraud, election fraud, or electoral fraud, is a catch-all phrase coined by lawyers that

encompasses a host of election-related improprieties.

 

As I reported in my book, Subversion Inc., at least 54 individuals associated with ACORN have been convicted of voter fraud. (Table of convictions available here.)

 

ACORN itself was convicted of voter fraud in Nevada last year in a case that arose out of the same set of facts as in the Busefink case.

 

Las Vegas Judge Donald Mosley said the actions of ACORN made “a mockery of our election process.” Mosley called ACORN’s crime “reprehensible” and said it was “the kind of thing you see in some banana republic, Uruguay or someplace, not in the United States.”

 

The case involved a conspiracy to provide illegal financial bonuses to voter registration canvassers for exceeding their daily quotas. Nevada law forbids the practice on the theory that such bonuses provide an incentive for canvassers to file bogus registrations.

 

The court found that the Nevada statute “neither violates the First Amendment nor is unconstitutionally vague.” Busefink argued unsuccessfully on appeal that Nevada’s ban on “the payment of individuals based upon the number of voters registered” violated her free speech rights.

 

This resounding affirmation of Nevada's voter fraud law comes as photo ID laws nationwide come under attack by left-wing activists and their black-robed brethren. Many of the legal attacks on these electoral integrity laws are funded by Obama backer George Soros. Soros-funded advocacy groups Media Matters for America and the Center for American Progress have been working nonstop to undermine public support for common sense legislation promoting clean, honest elections.

 

Busefink was found guilty last year after making a plea deal regarding two gross misdemeanor counts of conspiracy to commit the crime of compensation for registration of voters. A gross misdemeanor is a crime that is more serious than a misdemeanor but less serious than a felony.

 

Busefink was sentenced to two years imprisonment but the jail time was suspended. She was also fined a total of $4,000 and ordered to perform 100 hours of community service. Prosecutors had argued for a fine of just $1,000.

 

The criminal complaint filed against Busefink by the Democratic attorney general of Nevada, Catherine Cortez Masto, in May 2009 stated that as “ACORN Regional Director for Voter Registration” Busefink “did aid, abet, counsel, encourage, hire, command, induce or procure ACORN to commit the crime of Compensation for Registration of Voters” by approving a bonus program called “Blackjack” or “21.” Voter registration canvassers were given cash bonuses for exceeding a daily quota of 20 registrations.

 

This wasn’t the first time Busefink was involved in shady electoral dealings. Even while under indictment in Nevada she ran the 2010 national voter drive for Project Vote.

 

Busefink also ran the disastrous joint ACORN/Project Vote voter registration drive of 2008. In that campaign, officials chucked an astounding 400,000 bogus voter registrations.

 

Project Vote is the unit of ACORN that Barack Obama worked for in 1992 when he led a successful get-out-the-vote effort that helped to make him a star in the left-wing activist community. Project Vote and ACORN have long been indistinguishable. Until recently Project Vote operated out of ACORN’s offices in Washington, D.C.

 

Busefink still works for Project Vote as its field director. (Project Vote filed a friend-of-the-court brief in her appeal in Nevada.)

 

ACORN Inc., the lead entity that controlled the ACORN network of activist groups, filed for bankruptcy on Election Day 2010.

 

Across the country state chapters of ACORN, which stands for Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now, have been incorporating themselves separately in order to carry on ACORN’s work.

 

ACORN founder Wade Rathke openly admits that Louisiana-based A Community Voice is a resurrected version of Louisiana ACORN.

 

I am glad you provide this evidence of how the Democratic Party uses government money to pay people to help Democrats.

 

Democrats get rich by managing the programs of the poverty plantation, which the Democrats created by advocating homosexuality, adultery and drugs.

 

There a thousands of government funded social programs that the Democrats use to pay workers for the Democratic Party.

 

The social programs exclude Christians.

 

When Bush wanted to make the Social Program money available to churches, the Democrats went crazy.

 

Democrats want Atheism advocated and not Christianity.

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Nevada's law banning cash bonuses for voter registrations has been upheld by that state’s supreme court despite an ACORN-backed legal challenge to its constitutionality.

 

The decision upholds the 2011 criminal conviction of former senior ACORN executive Amy Adele Busefink for her role in a massive voter fraud conspiracy. Voter fraud, sometimes called vote fraud, election fraud, or electoral fraud, is a catch-all phrase coined by lawyers that

encompasses a host of election-related improprieties.

 

As I reported in my book, Subversion Inc., at least 54 individuals associated with ACORN have been convicted of voter fraud. (Table of convictions available here.)

 

ACORN itself was convicted of voter fraud in Nevada last year in a case that arose out of the same set of facts as in the Busefink case.

 

Las Vegas Judge Donald Mosley said the actions of ACORN made “a mockery of our election process.” Mosley called ACORN’s crime “reprehensible” and said it was “the kind of thing you see in some banana republic, Uruguay or someplace, not in the United States.”

 

The case involved a conspiracy to provide illegal financial bonuses to voter registration canvassers for exceeding their daily quotas. Nevada law forbids the practice on the theory that such bonuses provide an incentive for canvassers to file bogus registrations.

 

The court found that the Nevada statute “neither violates the First Amendment nor is unconstitutionally vague.” Busefink argued unsuccessfully on appeal that Nevada’s ban on “the payment of individuals based upon the number of voters registered” violated her free speech rights.

 

This resounding affirmation of Nevada's voter fraud law comes as photo ID laws nationwide come under attack by left-wing activists and their black-robed brethren. Many of the legal attacks on these electoral integrity laws are funded by Obama backer George Soros. Soros-funded advocacy groups Media Matters for America and the Center for American Progress have been working nonstop to undermine public support for common sense legislation promoting clean, honest elections.

 

Busefink was found guilty last year after making a plea deal regarding two gross misdemeanor counts of conspiracy to commit the crime of compensation for registration of voters. A gross misdemeanor is a crime that is more serious than a misdemeanor but less serious than a felony.

 

Busefink was sentenced to two years imprisonment but the jail time was suspended. She was also fined a total of $4,000 and ordered to perform 100 hours of community service. Prosecutors had argued for a fine of just $1,000.

 

The criminal complaint filed against Busefink by the Democratic attorney general of Nevada, Catherine Cortez Masto, in May 2009 stated that as “ACORN Regional Director for Voter Registration” Busefink “did aid, abet, counsel, encourage, hire, command, induce or procure ACORN to commit the crime of Compensation for Registration of Voters” by approving a bonus program called “Blackjack” or “21.” Voter registration canvassers were given cash bonuses for exceeding a daily quota of 20 registrations.

 

This wasn’t the first time Busefink was involved in shady electoral dealings. Even while under indictment in Nevada she ran the 2010 national voter drive for Project Vote.

 

Busefink also ran the disastrous joint ACORN/Project Vote voter registration drive of 2008. In that campaign, officials chucked an astounding 400,000 bogus voter registrations.

 

Project Vote is the unit of ACORN that Barack Obama worked for in 1992 when he led a successful get-out-the-vote effort that helped to make him a star in the left-wing activist community. Project Vote and ACORN have long been indistinguishable. Until recently Project Vote operated out of ACORN’s offices in Washington, D.C.

 

Busefink still works for Project Vote as its field director. (Project Vote filed a friend-of-the-court brief in her appeal in Nevada.)

 

ACORN Inc., the lead entity that controlled the ACORN network of activist groups, filed for bankruptcy on Election Day 2010.

 

Across the country state chapters of ACORN, which stands for Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now, have been incorporating themselves separately in order to carry on ACORN’s work.

 

ACORN founder Wade Rathke openly admits that Louisiana-based A Community Voice is a resurrected version of Louisiana ACORN.

How can this be????

According to liberals, "There is no voter fraud in America"! :)

In answer to the thread title question, it's not rocket surgery:

 

Start as a volunteer;

Learn how things work;

Show respect for others;

Be a do-er and a helper, not a complainer;

bring something to the table (knowledge, skills, personality, money, communication skills, connections ..... something);

Attend social functions & be nice to people;

Belong to multiple organizations that are complementary to each other;

and most importantly ----- Network.

............... And learn how to commit voter fraud, IF your gonna work on liberal agendas.

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I am glad you provide this evidence of how the Democratic Party uses government money to pay people to help Democrats.

 

Democrats get rich by managing the programs of the poverty plantation, which the Democrats created by advocating homosexuality, adultery and drugs.

 

There a thousands of government funded social programs that the Democrats use to pay workers for the Democratic Party.

 

The social programs exclude Christians.

 

When Bush wanted to make the Social Program money available to churches, the Democrats went crazy.

 

Democrats want Atheism advocated and not Christianity.

Because Christian churches wouldn't allow physically and mentally fit people to just lie around their whole life and get paid.

Christian churches help the poor, the needy and the people that cannot take care of themself.

Christian Churches run soup-kitchens better than the government EVER could.

Liberals want as many people dependent on the federal government as possible.

IF liberals have THEIR way, we will end up like the old soviet union.

They had 60 years to prove that communism/socialism works and YET it show that communism/socialism is a failed system that only makes everyone poor, except the ruling elite. :)

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In answer to the thread title question, it's not rocket surgery:

 

Start as a volunteer;

Learn how things work;

Show respect for others;

Be a do-er and a helper, not a complainer;

bring something to the table (knowledge, skills, personality, money, communication skills, connections ..... something);

Attend social functions & be nice to people;

Belong to multiple organizations that are complementary to each other;

and most importantly ----- Network.

 

What poverty program are you working with?

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In answer to the thread title question, it's not rocket surgery:

 

Start as a volunteer;

Learn how things work;

Show respect for others;

Be a do-er and a helper, not a complainer;

bring something to the table (knowledge, skills, personality, money, communication skills, connections ..... something);

Attend social functions & be nice to people;

Belong to multiple organizations that are complementary to each other;

and most importantly ----- Network.

All of the things listed above have nothing to do with actual production or responsibility.

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How can this be????

According to liberals, "There is no voter fraud in America"! :)

 

............... And learn how to commit voter fraud, IF your gonna work on liberal agendas.

ask polimum how she helped her indentured servant register to vote...

 

she seems to be an expert on this "community organizing acorn style voter fraud"

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Sorry, Mister 'Cl1rus' - I have to be careful about letting too much on here. I've shared plenty about myself already.

DCF. Battered women, abused children, ancestors with disabilities. Screams from your venacular. After all it is the most emotional means to get others to feel guilty being self reliant..

 

You want others to feel like they are in hell, well welcome to eternal self containment physically understood for real. Payback.

She has worked tirelessly as a community organizer and in other community endeavors for many organizations. Before her election to the state House, she was a community organizer for the XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX Coalition. Prior to taking that position in 2006, she volunteered her services to the Coalition, organizing such activities as the annual holiday dinner and assisting with other initiatives. As a community organizer in the XXXXXXX Volunteers Program,

 

 

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