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Pelosi – eliminating the culture of corruption


You don't mean we have corrupt Democrats?!

While our elected representatives attend to the nations’ most pressing matters this week: a Judical Committee hearing on concussions suffered by professional football players, and extension of the coverage of federal hate crime protection to cross-dressers, another battle perks along unnoticed: The Office of Congressional Ethics wants to release its report on two crooked Democrats, Maxine Waters being one of them, while the House Ethics Committee wants them to wait until after the elections (if it’s ever released at all). The OCE, by the way, was created in 2008 by House Democrats to expose and attack the wicked which, they assumed, were all republicans.


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I’m a Congressman – Gimme some of that!

Moeny to (my) People!

Money to (my) People!

According to the NYT, our crazyiest, dumbest member of Congress (and it was a close race), Maxine Waters, tried to use her office to secure favors for a friend. Of course, her peers are no more likely to chastise her for this than they are Charlie Rangel for his little shenanigans. And we won’t discuss Air Nancy either, shall we?

WASHINGTON — Top banking regulators were taken aback late last year when a California congresswoman helped set up a meeting in which the chief executive of a bank with financial ties to her family asked them for up to $50 million in special bailout funds, Treasury officials said.

“Here you had a tiny community bank that comes in and they are not proposing a broader policy — they were asking for help for themselves,” said Steve Lineberry, a former Treasury aide who attended the meeting. “I don’t remember that ever happening before.”

Ms. Waters declined on Tuesday to comment on the meeting, or to say if her husband still owns OneUnited shares. Her staff released two letters that showed the meeting was initially called to discuss industry concerns broadly, not matters related just to OneUnited.

The congresswoman, a member of the House Financial Services Committee, did not disclose her ties to OneUnited to Treasury officials, who said they learned of them only later.

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