Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Doyle, SEIU, and ACORN

Well, well, well.

We all know that 'there is no voter fraud' in Wisconsin, (except for the ACORN organization's voter fraud.)

And we all know that vote fraud leans (D).

And we all know that James Doyle, Governor of Wisconsin, inserted a provision in his budget (!!) which makes membership in the SEIU MANDATORY for certain healthcare workers.

Those are dots. Here's an interesting little story. Maybe there's a connect-the-dots.

“ACORN claims to be non-partisan but there are mountains of evidence that show it is flagrantly partisan,” Vadum said. “It celebrates the most left-wing politicians and endorses Democratic Party candidates. Whenever ACORN is called out for activity that might violate their tax status, the standard operating procedure is to deny responsibility and to place the blame on rogue actors. Their network is deliberately set up to avoid scrutiny and to create confusion.

Yup. It was "rogue actors" who pulled the voter-registration fraud in Milwaukee...

While the organization’s complicated structure makes is difficult to determine how many affiliates and subsidiaries are tied in with ACORN’s vast apparatus, its connection with organized labor, especially the Service Employees International Union, is well-established, Vadum observed.

SEIU Locals 100 and 880 are identified as allied organizations on ACORN’s web site. U.S. Department of Labor LM-2’s (financial disclosure forms) point to over $600,000 in transactions between these same SEIU locals and other ACORN operations. A 2007 LM-2 form shows SEIU Local 880, which is active in Illinois and Minnesota, donated $60,118 to ACORN for "membership services." Organized labor has kicked it back in the form of gifts and grants to ACORN totaling $2.4 million, the LM-2’s reveal...

In 2008 SEIU spent over $42 million on independent expenditures and communications, more than any other group aside from the Republican and Democratic National Committees, according to SEIU’s political action committee (PAC) also contributed about $2.3 million to candidates in the 2007-2008 cycle, with 94 percent of its donations going to Democrats

$42Million spent in political money.

Mandatory SEIU membership, ordered so by the Governor of Wisconsin.


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