Sunday, January 13, 2013

In Minnesota, Democrat Party Grandmas Gather Data About Their Neighbors

Pro Publica reports:
In Minnesota, Democratic volunteers scour their local newspapers each morning for letters to the editor with a political slant. They pay attention to the names of callers on radio shows. They drive through their neighborhoods and jot down the addresses of campaign lawn signs. Then they feed the information into a state Democratic Party database that includes nearly every voter in Minnesota.
The Democratic party really does embrace the surveillance state!