This whole kerfuffle is based on what is supposedly on the Socialists' website.
Now, when it turns out that no such thing is no their website, it suddenly doesn't matter what their website says, they must be planning on committing fraud anyway?
Sorry, but that's just wrong.
The memo was on the DSA website yesterday. Thousands of people have it on their hard drives.
If you watched "Special Report with Brit Hume" you could have seen it on TV.
The DSA is lying to cover its tracks. Don't buy the BS.
posted on 10/16/2002 10:21:14 AM PDT
I've been to their site and there is a pop up suggesting voting fraud. If you have pop up blocking software you probibly won't see anything.
posted on 10/16/2002 10:22:02 AM PDT
I got your link right here:
I'm the one who found this and brought this to the attention of the posters on FR, where it was apparently picked up by Newsmax then Fox News and now Drudge. It's for real, all right.
It was originally an automatic POP-UP that came up when one logged onto the actual DSA/USA Home page. This is what happened when I was digging around that site to find/confirm the names of the current US House "Progressive Caucus".
Here's the source code directly from the DSA web site.
Send A Student To Minnesota!
DSAs national electoral project this year is the Minnesota Senate Election. Together with YDS, DSAs Youth Section, we are mobilizing to bring young people to Minnesota. Minnesota is one of the few states that allow same day voter registration. We will therefore focus our energy on registering young Minnesotans. Wellstone will need a high percentage of young people to register and vote for him if he is to stave off the campaign that Bush, the Republicans and the Greens are waging against him. He is the Rights Number One electoral target.
Because we are focusing on issue-based voter registration, this electoral work can be supported by tax-deductible contributions. The DSA FUND is soliciting tax-deductible contributions to support this project. Contributions are needed to underwrite the costs of transportation as well as providing a stipend for expenses; housing is being donated. You can contribute online with a Master Card or VISA. To contribute, simply choose from one of the amounts listed below. Click on the red dot and you will be taken to a secure server to input your credit card information. Our online order system does not allow us to let you fill in an amount, so if the choices we offer are less than what you want to contribute simply make more than one transaction until you reach the total you want to contribute.
|To contribute offline:
Make your check payable to DSA FUND, indicate Minnesota Project on the check or in your letter and return it to DSA FUND, 180 Varick St., 12th fl., NY, NY 10014
posted on 10/16/2002 4:30:19 PM PDT
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