posted on 10/18/2002 5:25:05 AM PDT
Mr. Llewellyn insists that his group didn't advocate the re-election of Mr. Wellstone, but says the ad has "served its purpose"
The purpose must have been to go to jail, since it's apparently against the law.
posted on 10/18/2002 5:40:16 AM PDT
Wall Street Journal has been hot on these articles the past couple of weeks.
posted on 10/18/2002 5:43:05 AM PDT
by CPT Clay
The Democratic Socialists of America posted ad that could increase fraud
Oh, the libs are having an indignant hissy fit over this one. Left-wing media watchdog Spinsanity.org huffs that Drudge was "lying" since the group didn't expressly say that the activity was to get non-Minnesotans to register to vote.
As if the meaning wasn't crystal clear.
posted on 10/18/2002 5:45:04 AM PDT
AFL's John Sweeney is perhaps the most prominent (more so than the handful of US Congressmen) and vocal member
this is a spin on the AFL's student intern program .... an army which hits the streets to perform "voter education" bankrolled directly from the General fund ....reserving the PAC funds for direct contributions
Click on logos:
Democrat Socialist Party
Democrat Socialists in Congress
posted on 10/18/2002 5:53:23 AM PDT
by Elle Bee
she has referred the issue to the U.S. Attorney
Would this be the same US Attorney that owes his/her job to Bill Clinton?
posted on 10/18/2002 6:00:18 AM PDT
Is it true? Do they really have a Dead Voters Society in Minnesota?
posted on 10/18/2002 6:32:16 AM PDT
"The Democratic Socialists of America recently posted an ad on their Web site inviting tax-deductible contributions to "bring young people to Minnesota" to vote in the close U.S. Senate race there. The students are invited because liberal incumbent Paul Wellstone, the DSA's top election priority, "will need a high percentage of young people to register and vote for him."
SHEEEEESH...and Bernie Sanders claims to be the only RAT who's a full-fledged Socialist!!
This sh*t must be stopped ASAP!!
posted on 10/18/2002 10:42:06 AM PDT
When I visited the DSA website on the 16th,
the "Send a Student to Minnesota" pop-up article/ad
mentioned helping students pay tuition and
giving them donated housing. The site has since
pulled the ad. Does anyone have a copy of it?
posted on 10/21/2002 11:25:39 PM PDT
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