Working for logical immigation reform based on a stable population, a recognition of the finite nature of our natural resources and the adverse impact of continued growth on our quality of life, standard of living, national interest, character, language, sovereignty and the rule of law. Pushing back and countering the disloyal elements in American society and the anti-American rhetoric of the leftwing illegal alien lobbies. In a debate, when your opponents turn to name calling, it's a good sign you've already won.

Wednesday, September 19, 2007

Dee speaks Her Piece II


Dee said...

Actually I am dreaming of a Hillary-Obama Presidential ticket. There was no relationship with Hsu.

Since I am positive you voted for our current President & VP and have voted a straight Rep ticket your entire life, I thought I would post the names of contributors the RNC is embarrassed about:

1. President Bush wants to lower barriers to building nuclear power plants, and the lobby that promotes nuclear energy could not be happier. To show its thanks, the group gave him $100,000 to help pay for his inauguration. Inauguration

2. One-Third of Bush Fund-Raisers Got Appointments One-third of President Bush's top 2000 fund-raisers or their spouses were appointed to positions in his first administration, from ambassadorships in Europe to seats on policy-setting boards, an Associated Press review found. One-Third of Bush Fund-Raisers Got Appointments

3. The Republican National Committee and two other GOP organizations announced Thursday that they are returning $122,400 in campaign donations after learning that the source of the funds was a Hong Kong company with little or no assets in the United States.

Dee said...

You probably know about Halliburton, Oil, Middle East connection:

WASHINGTON, Aug. 3 ( -- Halliburton's board of directors has given $365,065 to Republican candidates and political action committees over the 2004 campaign season, a HalliburtonWatch analysis reveals. The board, comprised mostly of individuals from the energy industry, gave $365,065 (or 99 percent) to the Republicans and $4,000 (or less than 1 percent) to the Democrats. Halliburton's political action committee gave another $133,500 to political campaigns, with $120,000 (or 90 percent) going to the Republicans. The dollar amounts are current through June 30, 2004 and were obtained from the Center for Responsive Politics.

The biggest political donor on Halliburton's board is Ray Hunt, who is the chief executive officer of Hunt Oil, a privately-owned oil company with operations in the Middle East, Africa and South America. Its major oil production operations are located in the United States, Canada and Yemen.

Hunt, who inherited his "success" from his wealthy father H.L. Hunt, is notorious for protecting his inheritance by supporting pro-oil causes around the world, including fellow oil man President George W. Bush, who appointed Hunt as finance chairman of the Republican National Committee’s Victory 2000 Committee. During the 2000 campaign, Hunt was designated as one of the 241 Bush "Pioneers" because he raised more than $100,000 in campaign donations from his family, friends and colleagues. Former President George H.W. Bush's press secretary in the White House, Jim Oberwetter, had worked for Ray Hunt for nearly three decades.

Federal election records show that Hunt and his wife have so far donated $190,000 of their own money to the 2004 election cycle. All of that money went to Republican candidates or Republican political action committees.

ultima said...

Good response! URLs. Were any of these donations illegal? What would the comparable list of Democrat donors look like -- that is those who are self-serving and expect a quid pro quo in the neo-Clinton administration, i.e. ambassadorships, cabinet appointments, judgeships, other appointments?