Democrat's "change," not pocket change

Discussion in 'Computer Support' started by Anonymous Remailer, Mar 14, 2009.

  1. Don't forget, you won't hear it on MSNBC! But, uh, has the statute of
    limitations expired on these peoples crimes? What's obama and the coward
    racist holder gonna do about it? NOTHING!

    $34,000: the amount of federal taxes that Secretary of the Treasury Timothy
    Geithner (D) failed to pay during his employment at the International
    Monetary Fund despite receiving extra compensation and explanatory brochures
    that described his tax liabilities.

    $75,000: the amount of money that the head of the powerful tax-writing
    committee, Rep. Charlie Rangel (D-NY), was forced to report on his taxes
    after the discovery that he had not reported income from a Costa Rican rental
    property. His excuses for the failure started with blaming his wife, then his
    accountant and finally the fact that he didn't speak Spanish.

    $93,000: the amount of petty cash each Congressional representative voted to
    give themselves in January 2009 during the height of an economic meltdown.

    $133,900: the amount Fannie Mae "invested" in Chris Dodd (D-CT), head of the
    powerful Senate Banking Committee, presumably to repel oversight of the GSE
    prior to its meltdown. Said meltdown helped touch off the current economic
    crisis. In only a few years time, Fannie also "invested" over $105,000 in
    then-Senator Barack Obama.

    $140,000 : the amount of back taxes and interest that Cabinet nominee Tom
    Daschle (D) was forced to cough up after the vetting process revealed
    significant, unexplained tax liabilities.

    $356,000: the approximate amount of income and deductions that Daschle (D)
    was forced to report on his amended 2005 and 2007 tax returns after being
    caught cheating on his taxes. This includes $255,256 for the use of a car
    service, $83,333 in unreported income, and $14,963 in charitable

    $800,000: the amount of "sweetheart" mortgages Se nate Banking Chairman Chris
    Dodd (D-CT) received from Countrywide Financial, the details for which he has
    refused to release details despite months of promises to do so. Countrywide
    was once the nation's largest mortgage lender and linked to Government-
    Sponsored Entities like Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. Their meltdown
    precipitated the current financial crisis. Just days ago in Pennsylvania ,
    Countrywide was forced to pay $150,000,000 in mortgage assistance following
    "a state investigation that concluded that Countrywide relaxed its
    underwriting standards to sell risky loans to consumers who did not
    understand them and could not afford them."

    $1,000,000: the estimated amount of donations by Denise Rich, wife of
    fugitive Marc Rich, to Democrat interests and the William J. Clinton
    Foundation in an apparent quid pro quo deal that resulted in a pardon for Mr.
    Rich. The pardon was reviewed and blessed by Obama Attorney General and then
    Deputy AG Eric Holder, despite numerous requests by government officials to
    turn it down.

    $12,000,000: the amount of TARP money provided to community bank OneUnited
    despite the fact that it did not qualify for funds, and was "under attack
    from its regulators for allegations of poor lending practices and executive-
    pay abuses." It turns out that Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA), a key contributor
    to the Fannie Mae meltdown, just happens to be married to one of the bank's

    $23,500,000: The upper range of net worth Rep. Allan Mollohan (D-WV)
    accumulated in four years time according to The Washington Post through
    earmarks of "tens of millions of dollars to groups associated with his own
    business partners."

    $2,000,000,000: ($2 billion) the approximate amount of money that House
    Appropriations Chairman David Obey (D-WI) is earmarking related to his son's
    lobbying efforts. Craig Obey is "a top lobbyist for the nonprofit group" that
    would receive a roughly $2 billion component of the "Stimulus" package.

    $3,700,000,000: ($3.7 billion) not to be outdone, this is the estimated value
    of various defense contracts awarded to a company controlled by the husband
    of Rep. Diane Feinstein (D-CA). Despite an obvious conflict-of-interest as "a
    member of the Military Construction Appropriations subcommittee, Sen.
    Feinstein voted for appropriations worth billions to her husband's firms ."

    $4,190,000,000: ($4.19 billion) the amount of money in the so-called
    "Stimulus" package devoted to fraudulent voter registration ACORN group under
    the auspices of "Community Stabilization Activities". ACORN is currently the
    subject of a RICO suit in Ohio.

    $1,646,000,000,000 ($1.646 trillion): the approximate amount of annual United
    States exports endangered by the "Stimulus" package, which provides a "Buy
    American" stricture. According to international trade experts, a "US-EU trade
    war looms", which could result in a worldwide economic depression reminiscent
    of that touched off by the protectionist Smoot-Hawley Act.
 Anonymous Remailer, Mar 14, 2009
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