Friday, June 08, 2007

TPMTv Reports on Voter Fraud Hearing

Peter N. Kirsanow is a Member of the National Labor Relations Board, receiving a recess appointment from President George W. Bush on January 4, 2006. Prior to his appointment, he was a partner with the Cleveland, Ohio law firm of Benesch, Friedlander, Coplan, and Aronoff LLP in the Labor and Employment Practice Group. His practice focused on representing management in employment-related litigation as well as in contract negotiations, NLRB proceedings, EEO matters, and arbitration.

Mr. Kirsanow frequently testifies before and advises members of the U.S. Congress on various civil rights and labor related issues, appearing most recently before the Senate Judiciary Committee to support the nominations of Chief Justice John G. Roberts and Justice Samuel Alito to the United States Supreme Court. Previously, he served as senior labor counsel of Leaseway Transportation Corp. and labor counsel for the city of Cleveland. He has extensive experience in public sector employment matters as well as in industries such as heavy manufacturing, trucking, health care, radio and television, and employee leasing.

He talks better than me.
Just listen...

"In 2001 a major voter registration drive in the black community of St. Louis produced three thousand, eight hundred new voter registration cards. When some of the names appeared suspicious, election officials reviewed all the cards and determined that nearly every single one was fraudulent. Dogs, the dead, and people who simply didn't want to register to vote were among the new registrants."

Maybe he's making it all up.
Ya think?

Josh Marshall's Talking Points Memo TV (aka TPMTv) at YouTube is a lot more interesting than either C-SPAN or the alphabet networks. Check it out.

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