Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Unions Use 'Slush' Funds To Elect Dems And Trash Americans

The war against the Tea Party movement is wholly funded by unions and their war room is in a lawyer's office in Washington DC.

300 M Street, Suite 1102 is the law office of Joseph Sandler, a longtime general counsel to the Democratic National Committee. From this office millions of dollars of union members (some of which object to this) flows to help Democrats get elected. campaigning against other views and to push union legislation such as card check in an obvious quid pro quid with the Obama Administration and the Democratic Party. It is unethical and dishonest, but they claim it is legal.

Outside of that firm, the center of their activity appears to be a single office in Southeast D.C. -- 300 M Street, Suite 1102 -- which plays host to a sprawling political shell game they have established.

Public records show at least seven political shops listed in Suite 1102, most of which are essentially clones of one another, but all of which have offered money -- from measly thousands to game-changing millions -- in state-level elections across the country:

-The American Public Policy Committee Donations IRS forms
-Patriot Majority Donations IRS forms
-Citizens for Progress Donations IRS forms
-Oklahoma Freedom Fund Donations IRS forms
-Mid Atlantic Leadership Fund Donations IRS forms
-Public Security Now Donations IRS forms
-Pioneer Majority Donations IRS forms
-Bluegrass Freedom Fund Donations IRS forms

The APPC, which developed the anti-tea party ads, has gotten all of its money for 2010 from Patriot Majority and from Citizens for Progress, which is also called Patriot Majority West.
Patriot Majority West sent them
$25,000 in January, and Patriot Majority added another $5,000. The groups, both run by Varoga and Rakis, also swap hundreds of thousands of dollars between themselves, money often buttressed by gifts from Patriot Majority Midwest, seen above as the Oklahoma Freedom Fund.

The confusing naming system is intentional, say election law experts, who generally disapprove of the practice.

Is it any wonder that more and more Americans look at unions as corrupt? What took so long...
UPDATE: Per Webutante's comment;
Unionism, Government And The Pig Stuck Public