Senator Feinstein; Money for War Should Go To My Husband

I have written about Senator Dianne Feinstein and her war profiteering involving her deliberate involvement in funneling over a billion dollars to her husband’s companies. Not very surprising is the fact that most major news organizations have ignored this story and the obvious violation of the law. What should anyone expect, she is a Democrat. Randy Cunningham is spending time in jail for using his office for personal gain and I am glad about that. I have often said that if a member of Congress is corrupt then that member belongs in jail regardless of party. Unfortunately, with Democrats the only concern is about a Republican culture of corruption involving how many the Democrats can put in jail or force from office. They used a pawn Democratic attorney to badger a Grand Jury indictment against Tom Delay so they could remove him from his position. They knew if he were still there they could not possibly win an election.

Feinstein received information illegally and then used that information to ensure taxpayer money was doled out to her husband’s companies. If the Democrats want to talk about no bid contract this would seem to be a good place to start. Halliburton my ass! It was URS of San Francisco and the Perini Corporation of Framingham, MA that received money without a real process because the person responsible for handing over the dough had a financial interest in the companies.

What they didn’t know was that her chief legal adviser, who also happened to be a business partner of her husband’s and the vice chairman of one of the companies involved, was secretly forwarding her lists of projects and appropriation requests that were coming before the committee and in which she and her husband had an interest — information that has only come to light recently as a result of the efforts of several California investigative reporters.The Hill

This is unethical and illegal. Dianne Feinstein needs to be brought up on charges and she needs to be in a cell along with Cunningham. The Attorney General can deflect a lot of attention from his office and the witch hunt it is enduring by focusing squarely on getting Feinstein. He should be relentless and ruthless in taking her down. If Republicans ever want to gain control again they need to demonstrate some testicular fortitude and get just as or more ugly than their Democratic opponents. If we do not play hardball with them they will walk all over us.

The MSM is ignoring this story which has been reported by me and several other Conservative bloggers. The irony of the story is that a liberal group is appalled:

Melanie Sloan, the executive director of Citizens for Responsible Ethics in Washington, or CREW, usually focuses on the ethical lapses of Republicans and conservatives, but even she is appalled at the way Sen. Feinstein has abused her position. The Hill

Why is this group called Citizens for anything when they focus on Republicans and conservatives? Shouldn’t they be called Socialists for Conservative and Republican Ethics in Washington (SCREW) because they are only out to do just that to the right? If they are concerned with ethics in government they should be going after every unethical person regardless of party affiliation. William Jefferson of LA, Jack Murtha of PA, and Harry Reid of NV are all unethical people who have had illegal dealings and this group has said nary a word. It took 1.5 BILLION dollars to make them notice Feinstein. I think Cunningham’s numbers pale in comparison.

In any event, it is quite obvious that Feinstein used her position to get wealthy by funneling money to her husband’s companies. She knew what was going on and she facilitated it. She needs to be indicted.

It is quite amazing that Feinstein is delaying funds for our troops but was quick to ensure money went into her personal coffers. I guess she is all for spending money on the war if she can send it to her hubby.

Big Dog



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9 Responses to “Senator Feinstein; Money for War Should Go To My Husband”

  1. steve dennis says:

    It’s amazing that the MSM is totally avoiding this story, If she was a Republican she would have already been forced to resign.

  2. Feinstein’s Corruption Ignored…

    Well, at least SOMEONE is writing about the corruption charges against Diane Feinstein.   If nothing else proves to you that there is a huge bias involved in our MSM this incident should.  I mean imagine if there was an investigation……

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  6. nuke says:

    CREW somehow managed to get the cached versions of their January 25, 2007 story removed from Google and Yahoo. But, I saved a snapshot, heh.

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