Skip to comments.MA Gov Mass Mails Welfare Recipients On Eve Of Liz Warren Election? "Coincidence!"
Posted on 08/10/2012 4:36:42 AM PDT by suspects
In America, the wide-eyed and innocent believe in unicorns and the Tooth Fairy.
In Massachusetts, they believe in coincidence.
For 10 years a Lowell woman had been getting her welfare benefits at the local office without, she claims, being asked to register to vote. She never bothered to do anything about it until now. What a coincidence.
So a group headed, coincidentally, by Elizabeth Warrens daughter Amelia files a lawsuit on this womans behalf. Now, Demos has filed other such lawsuits in other states and in other years. But the one they filed against Massachusetts just happens to be while Amelias mom is running for U.S. Senate.
Wow! What are the odds of that?
The coincidences dont end there. Other states, like Pennsylvania and Nevada, have chosen to fight Demos and its ACORN-leftover allies in court. Those cases are still pending.
But not the administration of Gov. Deval Patrick. In a surprise move, he agreed to a quick settlement, one that talk about coincidence just happens to involve spending a quarter of a million tax dollars to send voter registration forms to nearly half a million welfare recipients.
Or as theyre called around Warrens campaign HQ, likely Democratic voters.
And are you ready for this? The Herald reported yesterday that one of the law firms that brought the suit on behalf of Demos is Ropes & Gray, where first lady Diane Patrick is a partner.
Wow! So a perfectly timed lawsuit allows hard-core partisan Deval Patrick to mail out voter forms to 478,000 welfare recipients just in time to help his pal Liz Warren, and one of the law firms that made it happen includes his wife?
Somebody get Ripleys on the phone, quick! Talk about believe it or...
(Excerpt) Read more at bostonherald.com ...
Patrick looks jus like Obama and thinks like him.
Must be a relative.
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