Thursday, January 19, 2006


Two Hundred And Eighty Three Tales Of Corruption.

Records from the Federal Elections Commission and the Center for Public Integrity show that Abramoff’s Indian clients contributed between 1999 and 2004 to 195 Republicans and 88 Democrats. The Post has copies of lists sent to tribes by Abramoff with specific directions on what members of Congress were to receive specific amounts.


At 1:06 PM, Blogger Concerned said...

hmmm. As you know I am an Independent and refuse to register with either party for different reasons. And I run my website, which you well know. :)

Democrats are not blameless and they definitely had no spine.

However, I shudder at most of what the "mainstream and corporate media" claims as truth.

My only truth comes from C-Span and watching events as they actually happen to see what was really done and said.

Please do not misundertand me here, but Abramhoff directing the Indians to make specific contributions to democrats, strike me as making no logical sense. I personally do NOT believe this statement, nor the WaPo article.

TRUE, said Democrats may have accepted contributions from Indian tribes, but to say the tribes did this at the direction of Abramhoff is totally illogical.

Abramhoff took money from the tribes, and wronged the tribes as I understand it.

Again, Democrats are NOT innocent, but the mainstream media (including specific, so called "liberal" Washington Post writers) has definitely deseminated a LOT if mis and disinformation. It is VERY ugly and the waters have been so muddied it is hard to tell what is the truth and what is not.

ADMITTED was that Democrats accepted donations from Indian Tribes (which I really think NO donations should be accepted by ANY person who is supposed to be a representative of all people).

There is NO way I believe the article that says the tribes did this at the directive of Jack Abramhoff. He screwed the tribes from my understanding.

The tribes were supposedly a "client" and not Abramhoff himself.


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