Via Wonkette, Romneytron 3000 has assimilated Nathan Sproul into the collective:
Sproul’s labors across several states on behalf of the G.O.P. are said to have included throwing away registration forms, altering election documents and firing workers who registered Democrats. The Dubya-era Justice Department passed on investigating Sproul, whose Lincoln Strategy Group went on to cuddle up to Big Coal. Democrats, even heavyweights like Ted Kennedy and John Conyers, complained early and often, but few in the media listened and none remembered once James O’Keefe concocted the ACORN scandal.
Indeed, some Republicans are uneasy with Sproul, perhaps understanding in their very dim way that the party’s persistent need for such operators doesn’t say much for the vaunted superiority of conservative “ideas” in a supposedly free marketplace. Former Rep. Chris Cannon (R-UT) noted “the difference between ACORN and Sproul is that ACORN doesn’t throw away or change registration documents after they have been filled out.”
Now Sproul is an “electoral strategist” in much the same way a fecal parasite is a “nutritional strategist,” but you can look for the same FerengiMedia™ that ran with O’Keefe’s manufactured, ridiculous beyond the point of parody ACORN “takedown” to ignore Sproul even if he glues lightsticks to his naughty bits and does Freestyle Canoe Dressage in Lake Chaubunagungamaug.