Saturday, June 24, 2006

Serious Question


Is there a dirty, corrupt GOP operative that Pombo is not involved with? Seriously, I'd like to know.

Over at TPM, they have been reporting on Grover Norquist and his antics. Norquist got hit pretty hard in the McCain report about using is "non-profit" Americans for Tax Reform group as a money washer and pass-through organization. There is now the possibility Norquist will be pursued by the Justice Department.

Betcha can't guess who is pictured above...

6 Comments:

At 7:35 AM, Anonymous Tom Benigno said...

He's done it again. Pombo's staff has pushed the problem off the front page with the help of Hank Shaw, Steve Dings best friend. To write that Pombo hired people to go door to door to canvas the areas is "Bull". Those people were to work at voting polls to help in the election in Lodi and some 5 other locations in the Stockton areas that we know of. The issue is they never showed up to work the day of the election. We need to check to see if they got paid. The media stated it was 100 people. Not to include the 5 machines that were never connected. That information was out in the news. Whats with you people? Maybe the news should be published in Spanish in Pombos district. No intendo? The Record should make sure that all the news gets out. The same goes for the Tracy Press and all it's affiliates in the areas of interest. This is a big story with the low turnout of only 17 to 21 % of the voters voting, what does that say?

Tom Benigno
Republican Candidate for the 11th

 
At 12:14 AM, Blogger medleysoul said...

Very disturbing. You probably know there's a connection between Norquist and Schwarzenegger. Check this out:
"A group affiliated with Norquist sent out letters this week to Republican lawmakers across the country urging them to follow Schwarzenegger's lead and call for pension reform [privatization] in their states."
http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?file=/c/a/2005/01/12/MNGFNAOUJB1.DTL

Quote from Arnold:
"Taking money out of the private sector is a no-no because we don't want to feed the monster....We want to feed the private sector, and we want to starve the public sector."
http://www.sacbee.com/content/politics/ca/budget/story/12077907p-12948074c.html

That's great Arnold but I think the phrase is "starve the beast."

Luckily Angelides knows the score. Angelides was complimented by Elliot Spitzer as a reformer and has stood up to Arnold, Norquist, and the anti-corporate reform crowd on wall street.
http://www.treasurer.ca.gov/news/releases/2005/20205_pension.pdf

 
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