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Lobbying scandal could be interesting 2006 development

Discussion in 'Legal' started by antarti, Dec 29, 2005.

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  1. antarti

    antarti Member

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    Lobbyists Gone Wild videos to follow, I suppose. First I've heard of it, if it's old news, Moderator please wipe it.

    The politicos responses are quite informative too:

    And my fave:

    Yeah... right.
     
  2. ceetee

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    FYI:

    This is the same Abramoff who is under indictment (with a pal) for forging financial records in order to qualify for a loan so they could buy a gambling cruise ship company (SunCruz Casinos).

    Guess what casino I'm NOT likely to take my gambling business to in the future...
     
  3. telewinz

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    Ney(R) of Ohio appears to be on the chopping block. Already democrats feel he is vulnerable and are lining up to oppose Ney's re-election. I'll not voted for him again. Recently he supported a WV(!) businessman by trying to secure federal funds to tear-down that WV businessman's PRIVATELY owned bridge. That same (WV!) businessman had made a rather large contribution to Ney's re-election fund. No connection I'm sure:evil:
     
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