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Nominations Please - Your MOST Tainted Public Official

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posted on Jul, 9 2010 @ 08:41 PM
ATS reaches a huge audience. We are all aware of national politicians who are in the pockets of big business. Why not learn who the "up and comers" are so we can watch each others backs when these climbers get into the national news?

I am calling for nominations for the politician in your state with the grand aspiration to get ahead by chasing big money. My question to you: Who is the worst politician in your state?
Facts please! No expletives! If there are no facts, don’t bother. If the facts can’t speak for themselves, your case is too weak to present.

My nomination is Charlie Crist. He was a Republican, but when he faced too much competition, he left the party and declared himself and Independent. (He took the money donated to the Republicans with him.) Donors sued Crist to block use of funds

He has been chasing big money for quite some time. One of his "goals" was to help restore the Everglades, but in actuality negotiations favored United States Sugar and the price tag and terms of the deal could set back Everglades restoration for years, or even decades.
Not only that, Florida financial experts say Governor Crist’s plan may cost taxpayers up to twelve billion dollars and raise property taxes as much as $2,400 dollars for every homeowner. WOW, I didn’t even know the sugar industry was in trouble. Haven’t we had enough bailouts already??

Your turn, who should we be warned about from your state?

posted on Jul, 9 2010 @ 09:00 PM
reply to post by zachi

I nominate my state's embarrassment; Arlen Specter

This is the guy who came up with the "Magic Bullet Theory" in order to cover up the truth behind the Kennedy Assassination.

He then went on to a ridiculously long stint in the Senate (Probably his reward for the "Magic Bullet" thing) in which he made a name for himself by back-stabbed his party so often, he was widely known as "Benedict Arlen" long before his final betrayal when he switched parties in order to get re-elected.

I'm glad he lost the Democratic primary. Goodbye and good riddance.

I hope the door hits him on the but on the way out and breaks his freakin hip.

[edit on 7/9/10 by FortAnthem]

posted on Jul, 9 2010 @ 09:06 PM
reply to post by zachi

Really not much to add, I'm from Florida too, and Crist is scum from the word go. Lets not forget the raise in just about every category as far as liscenses, car registration, FPL hikes etc.

posted on Jul, 9 2010 @ 09:10 PM
reply to post by FortAnthem

Damn, you stole my thunder! I was going to nominate good ol' Arlen.

Hmmm....always Murtha, I guess. And no, I don't care if I'm speaking ill of the dead. This ex-Marine bad mouthed Active Duty Marines and pretty much judged them as murderers and said as much in the press, before the investigation was over. I believe one of the Marines was going to sue his fat ass for slander. Of course, he died and now everyone says was a great guy he was. He did get money for his district and state, but he was as crooked as a dog's hind leg.

posted on Jul, 9 2010 @ 09:20 PM
Well there are way to many to name but how about this:

US Congress Both Houses

They are all Guilty of treason. Treason is defined as giving aid or confort to the enemy.

The Act of treason was Commited by the US Congress on December 24, 1913 with thier passage of the Federal Reserve banking Act.

Article 1 Section 8 - Powers of Congress "The Congress shall have Power To ... coin Money, regulate the Value thereof, and of foreign Coin, and fix the Standard of Weights and Measures;"

Congress has not done its job since 1913 and the Constitution has not been changed, therefore the Whole of Congress stands equilly Charged.

Americans need to wake up Our Nation has been Hijacked by Banksters.

Re-Search it!

posted on Jul, 9 2010 @ 09:27 PM
reply to post by SWCCFAN

i agree with SWCCFAN. i tried to think of one corrupt above the others but after thinking for a moment i came to my conclusion:ALL of americas politicians (escpecialy the ones in positions of extreme power) are the most corupt. if you really look into the history of some of these guys (and gals) they are the most prolific criminals in world history....absolutly vile.

the OP's question is like asking which cup of water is the wettest!!.

posted on Jul, 9 2010 @ 09:45 PM
Judicial Watch Announces List of Washington's "Ten Most Wanted Corrupt Politicians" for 2009

(2010 isn't over yet)

I nominate Murtha as #1 because he has stolen the most that I know of.

Washington, DC

Judicial Watch, the public interest group that investigates and prosecutes government corruption, today released its 2009 list of Washington's "Ten Most Wanted Corrupt Politicians." The list, in alphabetical order, includes:

1. Senator Christopher Dodd (D-CT): This marks two years in a row for Senator Dodd, who made the 2008 "Ten Most Corrupt" list for his corrupt relationship with Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac and for accepting preferential treatment and loan terms from Countrywide Financial, a scandal which still dogs him. In 2009, the scandals kept coming for the Connecticut Democrat. In 2009, Judicial Watch filed a Senate ethics complaint against Dodd for undervaluing a property he owns in Ireland on his Senate Financial Disclosure forms. Judicial Watch's complaint forced Dodd to amend the forms. However, press reports suggest the property to this day remains undervalued. Judicial Watch also alleges in the complaint that Dodd obtained a sweetheart deal for the property in exchange for his assistance in obtaining a presidential pardon (during the Clinton administration) and other favors for a long-time friend and business associate. The false financial disclosure forms were part of the cover-up. Dodd remains the head the Senate Banking Committee.

2. Senator John Ensign (R-NV): A number of scandals popped up in 2009 involving public officials who conducted illicit affairs, and then attempted to cover them up with hush payments and favors, an obvious abuse of power. The year's worst offender might just be Nevada Republican Senator John Ensign. Ensign admitted in June to an extramarital affair with the wife of one of his staff members, who then allegedly obtained special favors from the Nevada Republican in exchange for his silence. According to The New York Times: "The Justice Department and the Senate Ethics Committee are expected to conduct preliminary inquiries into whether Senator John Ensign violated federal law or ethics rules as part of an effort to conceal an affair with the wife of an aide…" The former staffer, Douglas Hampton, began to lobby Mr. Ensign's office immediately upon leaving his congressional job, despite the fact that he was subject to a one-year lobbying ban. Ensign seems to have ignored the law and allowed Hampton lobbying access to his office as a payment for his silence about the affair. (These are potentially criminal offenses.) It looks as if Ensign misused his public office (and taxpayer resources) to cover up his sexual shenanigans.

3. Rep. Barney Frank (D-MA): Judicial Watch is investigating a $12 million TARP cash injection provided to the Boston-based OneUnited Bank at the urging of Massachusetts Rep. Barney Frank. As reported in the January 22, 2009, edition of the Wall Street Journal, the Treasury Department indicated it would only provide funds to healthy banks to jump-start lending. Not only was OneUnited Bank in massive financial turmoil, but it was also "under attack from its regulators for allegations of poor lending practices and executive-pay abuses, including owning a Porsche for its executives' use." Rep. Frank admitted he spoke to a "federal regulator," and Treasury granted the funds. (The bank continues to flounder despite Frank's intervention for federal dollars.) Moreover, Judicial Watch uncovered documents in 2009 that showed that members of Congress for years were aware that Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac were playing fast and loose with accounting issues, risk assessment issues and executive compensation issues, even as liberals led by Rep. Frank continued to block attempts to rein in the two Government Sponsored Enterprises (GSEs). For example, during a hearing on September 10, 2003, before the House Committee on Financial Services considering a Bush administration proposal to further regulate Fannie and Freddie, Rep. Frank stated: "I want to begin by saying that I am glad to consider the legislation, but I do not think we are facing any kind of a crisis. That is, in my view, the two Government Sponsored Enterprises we are talking about here, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, are not in a crisis. We have recently had an accounting problem with Freddie Mac that has led to people being dismissed, as appears to be appropriate. I do not think at this point there is a problem with a threat to the Treasury." Frank received $42,350 in campaign contributions from Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac between 1989 and 2008. Frank also engaged in a relationship with a Fannie Mae Executive while serving on the House Banking Committee, which has jurisdiction over Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.

4. Secretary of Treasury Timothy Geithner: In 2009, Obama Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner admitted that he failed to pay $34,000 in Social Security and Medicare taxes from 2001-2004 on his lucrative salary at the International Monetary Fund (IMF), an organization with 185 member countries that oversees the global financial system. (Did we mention Geithner now runs the IRS?) It wasn't until President Obama tapped Geithner to head the Treasury Department that he paid back most of the money, although the IRS kindly waived the hefty penalties. In March 2009, Geithner also came under fire for his handling of the AIG bonus scandal, where the company used $165 million of its bailout funds to pay out executive bonuses, resulting in a massive public backlash. Of course as head of the New York Federal Reserve, Geithner helped craft the AIG deal in September 2008. However, when the AIG scandal broke, Geithner claimed he knew nothing of the bonuses until March 10, 2009. The timing is important. According to CNN: "Although Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner told congressional leaders on Tuesday that he learned of AIG's impending $160 million bonus payments to members of its troubled financial-products unit on March 10, sources tell TIME that the New York Federal Reserve informed Treasury staff that the payments were imminent on Feb. 28. That is ten days before Treasury staffers say they first learned 'full details' of the bonus plan, and three days before the [Obama] Administration launched a new $30 billion infusion of cash for AIG." Throw in another embarrassing disclosure in 2009 that Geithner employed "household help" ineligible to work in the United States, and it becomes clear why the Treasury Secretary has earned a spot on the "Ten Most Corrupt Politicians in Washington" list.

5. Attorney General Eric Holder: Tim Geithner can be sure he won't be hounded about his tax-dodging by his colleague Eric Holder, US Attorney General. Judicial Watch strongly opposed Holder because of his terrible ethics record, which includes: obstructing an FBI investigation of the theft of nuclear secrets from Los Alamos Nuclear Laboratory; rejecting multiple requests for an independent counsel to investigate alleged fundraising abuses by then-Vice President Al Gore in the Clinton White House; undermining the criminal investigation of President Clinton by Kenneth Starr in the midst of the Lewinsky investigation; and planning the violent raid to seize then-six-year-old Elian Gonzalez at gunpoint in order to return him to Castro's Cuba. Moreover, there is his soft record on terrorism. Holder bypassed Justice Department procedures to push through Bill Clinton's scandalous presidential pardons and commutations, including for 16 members of FALN, a violent Puerto Rican terrorist group that orchestrated approximately 120 bombings in the United States, killing at least six people and permanently maiming dozens of others, including law enforcement officers. His record in the current administration is no better. As he did during the Clinton administration, Holder continues to ignore serious incidents of corruption that could impact his political bosses at the White House. For example, Holder has refused to investigate charges that the Obama political machine traded VIP access to the White House in exchange for campaign contributions – a scheme eerily similar to one hatched by Holder's former boss, Bill Clinton in the 1990s. The Holder Justice Department also came under fire for dropping a voter intimidation case against the New Black Panther Party. On Election Day 2008, Black Panthers dressed in paramilitary garb threatened voters as they approached polling stations. Holder has also failed to initiate a comprehensive Justice investigation of the notorious organization ACORN (Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now), which is closely tied to President Obama. There were allegedly more than 400,000 fraudulent ACORN voter registrations in the 2008 campaign. And then there were the journalist videos catching ACORN Housing workers advising undercover reporters on how to evade tax, immigration, and child prostitution laws. Holder's controversial decisions on new rights for terrorists and his attacks on previous efforts to combat terrorism remind many of the fact that his former law firm has provided and continues to provide pro bono representation to terrorists at Guantanamo Bay. Holder's politicization of the Justice Department makes one long for the days of Alberto Gonzales.

Continued next post:

[edit on 9-7-2010 by infolurker]

posted on Jul, 9 2010 @ 09:45 PM


6. Rep. Jesse Jackson, Jr. (D-IL)/ Senator Roland Burris (D-IL): One of the most serious scandals of 2009 involved a scheme by former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich to sell President Obama's then-vacant Senate seat to the highest bidder. Two men caught smack dab in the middle of the scandal: Senator Roland Burris, who ultimately got the job, and Rep. Jesse Jackson, Jr. According to the Chicago Sun-Times, emissaries for Jesse Jackson Jr., named "Senate Candidate A" in the Blagojevich indictment, reportedly offered $1.5 million to Blagojevich during a fundraiser if he named Jackson Jr. to Obama's seat. Three days later federal authorities arrested Blagojevich. Burris, for his part, apparently lied about his contacts with Blagojevich, who was arrested in December 2008 for trying to sell Obama's Senate seat. According to Reuters: "Roland Burris came under fresh scrutiny…after disclosing he tried to raise money for the disgraced former Illinois governor who named him to the U.S. Senate seat once held by President Barack Obama…In the latest of those admissions, Burris said he looked into mounting a fundraiser for Rod Blagojevich -- later charged with trying to sell Obama's Senate seat -- at the same time he was expressing interest to the then-governor's aides about his desire to be appointed." Burris changed his story five times regarding his contacts with Blagojevich prior to the Illinois governor appointing him to the U.S. Senate. Three of those changing explanations came under oath.

7. President Barack Obama: During his presidential campaign, President Obama promised to run an ethical and transparent administration. However, in his first year in office, the President has delivered corruption and secrecy, bringing Chicago-style political corruption to the White House. Consider just a few Obama administration "lowlights" from year one: Even before President Obama was sworn into office, he was interviewed by the FBI for a criminal investigation of former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich's scheme to sell the President's former Senate seat to the highest bidder. (Obama's Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel and slumlord Valerie Jarrett, both from Chicago, are also tangled up in the Blagojevich scandal.) Moreover, the Obama administration made the startling claim that the Privacy Act does not apply to the White House. The Obama White House believes it can violate the privacy rights of American citizens without any legal consequences or accountability. President Obama boldly proclaimed that "transparency and the rule of law will be the touchstones of this presidency," but his administration is addicted to secrecy, stonewalling far too many of Judicial Watch's Freedom of Information Act requests and is refusing to make public White House visitor logs as federal law requires. The Obama administration turned the National Endowment of the Arts (as well as the agency that runs the AmeriCorps program) into propaganda machines, using tax dollars to persuade "artists" to promote the Obama agenda. According to documents uncovered by Judicial Watch, the idea emerged as a direct result of the Obama campaign and enjoyed White House approval and participation. President Obama has installed a record number of "czars" in positions of power. Too many of these individuals are leftist radicals who answer to no one but the president. And too many of the czars are not subject to Senate confirmation (which raises serious constitutional questions). Under the President's bailout schemes, the federal government continues to appropriate or control — through fiat and threats — large sectors of the private economy, prompting conservative columnist George Will to write: "The administration's central activity — the political allocation of wealth and opportunity — is not merely susceptible to corruption, it is corruption." Government-run healthcare and car companies, White House coercion, uninvestigated ACORN corruption, debasing his office to help Chicago cronies, attacks on conservative media and the private sector, unprecedented and dangerous new rights for terrorists, perks for campaign donors — this is Obama's "ethics" record — and we haven't even gotten through the first year of his presidency.

8. Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA): At the heart of the corruption problem in Washington is a sense of entitlement. Politicians believe laws and rules (even the U.S. Constitution) apply to the rest of us but not to them. Case in point: House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and her excessive and boorish demands for military travel. Judicial Watch obtained documents from the Pentagon in 2009 that suggest Pelosi has been treating the Air Force like her own personal airline. These documents, obtained through the Freedom of Information Act, include internal Pentagon email correspondence detailing attempts by Pentagon staff to accommodate Pelosi's numerous requests for military escorts and military aircraft as well as the speaker's 11th hour cancellations and changes. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi also came under fire in April 2009, when she claimed she was never briefed about the CIA's use of the waterboarding technique during terrorism investigations. The CIA produced a report documenting a briefing with Pelosi on September 4, 2002, that suggests otherwise. Judicial Watch also obtained documents, including a CIA Inspector General report, which further confirmed that Congress was fully briefed on the enhanced interrogation techniques. Aside from her own personal transgressions, Nancy Pelosi has ignored serious incidents of corruption within her own party, including many of the individuals on this list. (See Rangel, Murtha, Jesse Jackson, Jr., etc.)

9. Rep. John Murtha (D-PA) and the rest of the PMA Seven: Rep. John Murtha made headlines in 2009 for all the wrong reasons. The Pennsylvania congressman is under federal investigation for his corrupt relationship with the now-defunct defense lobbyist PMA Group. PMA, founded by a former Murtha associate, has been the congressman's largest campaign contributor. Since 2002, Murtha has raised $1.7 million from PMA and its clients. And what did PMA and its clients receive from Murtha in return for their generosity? Earmarks -- tens of millions of dollars in earmarks. In fact, even with all of the attention surrounding his alleged influence peddling, Murtha kept at it. Following an FBI raid of PMA's offices earlier in 2009, Murtha continued to seek congressional earmarks for PMA clients, while also hitting them up for campaign contributions. According to The Hill, in April, "Murtha reported receiving contributions from three former PMA clients for whom he requested earmarks in the pending appropriations bills." When it comes to the PMA scandal, Murtha is not alone. As many as six other Members of Congress are currently under scrutiny according to The Washington Post. They include: Peter J. Visclosky (D-IN.), James P. Moran Jr. (D-VA), Norm Dicks (D-WA.), Marcy Kaptur (D-OH), C.W. Bill Young (R-FL.) and Todd Tiahrt (R-KS.). Of course rather than investigate this serious scandal, according to Roll Call House Democrats circled the wagons, "cobbling together a defense to offer political cover to their rank and file." The Washington Post also reported in 2009 that Murtha's nephew received $4 million in Defense Department no-bid contracts: "Newly obtained documents…show Robert Murtha mentioning his influential family connection as leverage in his business dealings and holding unusual power with the military."

10. Rep. Charles Rangel (D-NY): Rangel, the man in charge of writing tax policy for the entire country, has yet to adequately explain how he could possibly "forget" to pay taxes on $75,000 in rental income he earned from his off-shore rental property. He also faces allegations that he improperly used his influence to maintain ownership of highly coveted rent-controlled apartments in Harlem, and misused his congressional office to fundraise for his private Rangel Center by preserving a tax loophole for an oil drilling company in exchange for funding. On top of all that, Rangel recently amended his financial disclosure reports, which doubled his reported wealth. (He somehow "forgot" about $1 million in assets.) And what did he do when the House Ethics Committee started looking into all of this? He apparently resorted to making "campaign contributions" to dig his way out of trouble. According to WCBS TV, a New York CBS affiliate: "The reigning member of Congress' top tax committee is apparently 'wrangling' other politicos to get him out of his own financial and tax troubles...Since ethics probes began last year the 79-year-old congressman has given campaign donations to 119 members of Congress, including three of the five Democrats on the House Ethics Committee who are charged with investigating him." Charlie Rangel should not be allowed to remain in Congress, let alone serve as Chairman of the powerful House Ways and Means Committee, and he knows it. That's why he felt the need to disburse campaign contributions to Ethics Committee members and other congressional colleagues.

[edit on 9-7-2010 by infolurker]

posted on Jul, 9 2010 @ 09:49 PM

Originally posted by FortAnthem
reply to post by zachi

I nominate my state's embarrassment; Arlen Specter

This is the guy who came up with the "Magic Bullet Theory" in order to cover up the truth behind the Kennedy Assassination.

He then went on to a ridiculously long stint in the Senate (Probably his reward for the "Magic Bullet" thing) in which he made a name for himself by back-stabbed his party so often, he was widely known as "Benedict Arlen" long before his final betrayal when he switched parties in order to get re-elected.

I'm glad he lost the Democratic primary. Goodbye and good riddance.

I hope the door hits him on the but on the way out and breaks his freakin hip.

[edit on 7/9/10 by FortAnthem]

I as well go with Arlan the Spectre as grand pooh bah of the scum buckets out of PA.
Now for our up and coming drool bucket nwo bobble headed idiot of the future sorry Tommy but I'm picking you, Tom Corbett (att gen)currently running for governor, has had multiple chances to break up the fraud being pulled off at the county and township levels concerning manadatory benefit packages and has done nothing, nada, zilch, zero.
Bookmark this call: Pennsylvania will be financially broken by the contractual obligation of pensions throughout the state in the next 6 to 10 years easy.
Runner up Ed Rendell for trying to sell the state highway to a company from spain and make it a toll road.
(federal level I go George PaPa Bush, bad bad man)

[edit on 9-7-2010 by HappilyEverAfter]

[edit on 9-7-2010 by HappilyEverAfter]

posted on Jul, 9 2010 @ 09:58 PM
In Massachusetts one of the most powerful seats to have is Speaker of the House of Representatives.

Charles Flaherty: Democrat: 1991–1996: Resigned: - plead guilty to tax evasion
Thomas Finneran: Democrat: 1996–2004: Resigned: - plead guilty to obstruction of justice
Salvatore DiMasi: Democrat: 2004–2009 Resigned: - charged with rigging of state contracts

Hat Trick!

Senator Dianne Wilkerson: plead guilty to eight counts of extortion
Wilkerson stuffing bribe money into her shirt in FBI sting
45% of mass say their politicians are corrupt

Boston city councilman Chuck Turner was caught accepting bribes in exchange for liquor licenses, was caught in the same FBI sting as Wilkerson and still won his election. He claims both are "victims of a government conspiracy against African-American officials"

Barney Frank takes the cake:
Barney Frank, the "smaaatest man" in congress, Chairman of the Financial Service Committee in the US House of Representatives, "Antonin Scalia is a homophobe", the Freddy and Fannie "mortgage guru" who's programs led to the collapse of the subprime mortgage market that wiped out trillions dollars from the economy, and gay prostitution ring extraordinaire, the one and only, Barney Frank!

US Representative Barney Frank acknowledged yesterday that for a brief time in 1989 he saw a psychiatrist and took antidepressant medication as he battled allegations from a gay prostitute and companion who had operated a sex-for-hire ring in the congressman's home. Frank disclosed he was gay in a May 1987 interview with The Boston Globe.

Frank's depression came as the furor raged over Stephen Gobie's allegations that Frank was aware that he ran a gay prostitution ring out of the congressman's Washington, D.C., apartment. Frank had met Gobie in 1985, and later hired him as a personal assistant and driver. He fired him in 1987.

Eventually, in July 1990, the House Ethics Committee, in a 57-report, rejected as untrue Gobie's charges that Frank knew about the prostitution ring or that Frank had committed sexual acts with Gobie in front of President Bush's locker in the House gymnasium.

After an initial encounter in which he paid Steve Gobie $80 for sex, the Congressman says he tried to lift the younger man out of drugs and prostitution by hiring him to run errands. He wrote letters to Gobie's probation officer and paid his psychiatric bills. He allowed Gobie the use of a car and sometimes his apartment when he was out of town.
It's the good liberal thing to do

Thou shalt not steal, except for what thou deemest to be a worthy cause, where thou thinkest that thou canst use the loot for a better purpose than wouldst the victim of the theft.

[edit on 9-7-2010 by METACOMET]

posted on Jul, 9 2010 @ 10:09 PM
This thread could end up becoming a kind of black list. Just so you know that there could be unintended consequences from this kind of discussion. Keep that in mind but I for one will follow this thread to see where it goes.


posted on Jul, 9 2010 @ 10:15 PM
I'd have to put my vote in the "Rangel" category, however Hatch ain't far behind.

Edit to add:
My bad, didn't read the "my state" part of the O.P.

[edit on 9-7-2010 by Oaktree]

posted on Jul, 9 2010 @ 10:17 PM
They never held any office, but Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton are dirt bags.

posted on Jul, 9 2010 @ 10:49 PM
reply to post by wayouttheredude

If youre a citizen, youre on the blacklist already.

posted on Jul, 9 2010 @ 10:55 PM
reply to post by wayouttheredude

screw their blacklist. i want real political change no violence or anything of the sort...there still is some of a resembilance of a democracy here. if they want to blacklist us, let them. it will just give our arguments of corrution and tyrany more fuel (the first ammendment, or something like that, has something to say about what were doing). the mere possibility of there even being a blacklist is why disscussions and threads like this around the world are born.

posted on Jul, 10 2010 @ 05:08 PM
Thanks to all who answered. November is coming, don't stay home. Find someone you like and vote.
So, there are no perfect candidates. Just find the nearest match.
So far, the nominees are:
Arlen Specter
Chuck Turner
Dianne Wilkerson
Jesse Jackson
Al Sharpton
I don’t think all of them are corrupt. Here in Florida there are a few who are working to make things better. I know you want to know who, I would say Daniel Webster. He seems to be working to improve things.
WOW, what’s up with the people of MA? You need to get massively busy and try to get rid of the scum. Do you have any worthy person running? You all really need to work on getting rid of Barney Frank.
(For you Floridians: Go to and see if you can prevent the damage heading our way.)

posted on Jul, 10 2010 @ 05:36 PM
My state, Kentucky, has the great duel embarrassment of Mitch McConnell and Jim Bunning.

Soon we get to add Rand Paul to the list.

posted on Jul, 10 2010 @ 11:27 PM
I'm not pimping threads I started, but how about every scumbag that voted for this???

posted on Jul, 11 2010 @ 02:39 AM
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