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Bribes in Congress

Bribes in Congress

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Justice is not served by fattening his wallet. Impeach convict & remove him from office for treason, bribery and other high crimes and misdemeanors.

senators quietly do NRA's bidding in spending bill ~ Unnamed senators have "quietly" slipped anti-gun-control measures into a spending bill. The ideas aren't new, they're tough to defend, and worse for gun reform, they appear likely to pass. maddowblog.msnbc....

There are two defense lobbyists for every one Congressperson.

Politicians should dress like NASCAR drivers to identify their corporate sponsors

The 8 Most Overpaid CEOs - #1 Cisco Systems, 18.8 million salary while stocks fell 31.4%

America's 8 Most Overpaid CEOs

Congress votes to allow pizza to be considered a vegetable in school lunches thanks to 5.6 million in lobbying dollars from the Big Food Industry. Corporations continue to put profit ahead of people and Congress remains their bitch.

Mitch McConnell

The Top 5 Politicians in The Pockets of The NRA.

We are watching,

Via Represent.Us

You built that yourself!

Good question

Yes, we need subsidies to Big Oil, we can always cut money from Medicare and Social Security. Heaven knows Exxon/Mobil needs the money more than old people, or at least they give bigger campaign contributions than old people.


Coincidence or Corruption?


David Stockman on Crony Capitalism by Stockman shares details on how the courtship of politics and high finance have turned our economy into a private club that rewards the super-rich and corporations, leaving average Americans wondering how it could happen and who’s really in charge.

Is your House Rep or Senator on the NRA's payroll? Here's the list.

The 50 Richest Members of Congress — 112th : Roll Call

The 50 Richest Members of Congress — 112th : Roll Call

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Darrell Issa is among those Republican's asking if we are better off too. Issa was already the richest member of the House in 2008, when his net worth was between $164,650,039 and $337,400,002. By 2010, his net worth increased to a mind boggling $195,400,035 to $700,850,000.

The average money given to each member of congress First quarter 2010 by each business sector

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    Ann Green

    This money is tax free. They do not have to pay taxes on lobbing money

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