RNC Shocked That Firm Known For Voter Fraud Was Doing Voter Fraud For RNC
Back in 2004 and 2008, GOP operative Nathan Sproul was constantly being accused of voter registration fraud -- including having his workers misrepresent themselves as nonpartisan, and then having them throw away or destroy registration forms turned in by Democrats. (One Utah Republican noted, "the difference between ACORN and Sproul is that ACORN doesn’t throw away or change registration documents after they have been filled out.”) But back in 2004 and 2008, Republicans hadn't spent a year trying to disenfranchise olds, poors, youngs and minorities with voter ID laws, so so what, who cayuhs? Now the RNC is shocked -- shocked! -- that the man they've paid $2.9 million to so far this year to conduct voter registration in five battleground states has apparently been caught turning in voter registration forms for dead people in Florida. No really, they're shocked. They have totally fired him, and he's super-blacklisted until Karl Rove's Crossroads or the Koch Brothers' AFP puts him on the payroll. (Or until, like Blackwater, he changes his firm's name.) So we figure he'll still be blacklisted until at least next Tuesday.
So what was Sproul's Strategic Allied Consulting doing this time? Oh, just turning in voter registration forms for dead people, giving their addresses as gas stations and a Land Rover dealership. Fully a third of the forms they turned in to the Palm Beach registrar look to have been fake.
This is excellent news for John McCain.
[ NBC ]