Originally Posted by mimartin
Acorn is just as accountable of voter fraud as any other organization that pays temporary employees to register voters per the number of Registration Cards they fill out. It isnít a case of voter fraud it is a case of employees wanting to get paid for nothing.
That's like saying the optical corporation isn't responsible for any fraud committed by the salespeople in my office, or that your insurance corp. isn't responsible if one of your agents outright lies.
It's irrelevant if those employees are temporary or permanent, they're still Acorn's employees. It's Acorn's responsibility for making sure those employees are vetted properly and for turning in accurate registration cards--Acorn is the one with the gov't contract, not the temp workers. It's obvious Acorn at best didn't care about checking the cards, and at worst endorsed this activity.