The Missouri Coalition for Lifesaving Cures claims it is a broad-based grassroots organization, so why is it paying big bucks to hire workers to staff polling places on Election Day?
What happened to the organization’s grassroots volunteers?
Following is a copy of a flier distributed by the pro-cloning coalition:
In case you can't read the flier, it says:
The flier also states that the poll workers will be used to educate "thousands of Missourians" on the organization's goal: to oppose a prohibition on human cloning.
Do You Support Stem Cell Research?
Would You Like to Make $12 Per Hour?
Do You Have Free Time on February 5th, 2008?
POLL WORKERS NEEDED
They claim to be a grassroots organization, but continue to rely on major contributions from a few wealthy contributors to fund the protection of human cloning.
Clearly if they must pay poll workers there is no real base of volunteer support.