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Obama: Lobbyists pushed off advisory panels

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posted on Nov, 28 2009 @ 02:06 AM
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Originally posted by badgerprints

Originally posted by whaaa

IMO this is one of the main reasons I voted for Obama and If he can live up to this promise; I'll vote for him again. End the NeoCon Corporate welfare!!



If he replaces these panel members with nonpartizan professionals or experts then bravo..................but.....................we've seen who he puts in the very visible and high profile tzar positions.

I'd be scared to see who replaces the ultra right wing capitalists with in these out of the public eye positions.

"Under the policy, which is being phased in over the coming months, none of the more than 13,000 lobbyists in Washington would be able to hold seats on the committees, which advise agencies on trade rules, troop levels, environmental regulations, consumer protections and thousands of other government policies."

How many thousand ultra left wing socialists are going to be doing the exact same type of crooked deals? Now, instead of profiting by getting government contracts, they will be creating even bigger government based on tax and spend with no profts at all. Just deeper debt and more control of the citizens.


Ultra left wing replaces ultra right wing. The difference?

A much more hampered economy and much higher taxes to pay for an even bigger government.

Just dandy.

[edit on 27-11-2009 by badgerprints]


So you are saying 13,000 lobbyist will be shafted and replaced by 13,000 marxist lobbyists?




posted on Nov, 28 2009 @ 02:53 PM
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I've noticed how little you add to any thread you post in. It's always snide comments and misinformed babbling. I would ask that you at least TRY to contribute to the threads you participate in a a REASONABLE form. But I also know you're not going to bother doing that.



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