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Harry Reid, How He Got So Rich

 
Phillip J. Fry
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Harry Reid, How He Got So Rich
What a surprise. Poster-Boy for term limits.

Here’s another example: The Los Angeles Times reported in November 2006 that when Reid became Senate majority leader he committed to making earmark reform a priority, saying he’d work to keep congressmen from using federal dollars for pet projects in their districts. It was a good idea but an odd one for the senator to espouse. He had managed to get $18 million set aside to build a bridge across the Colorado River between Laughlin, Nev., and Bullhead City, Ariz., a project that wasn’t a priority for either state’s transportation agency. His ownership of 160 acres of land nearby that stood to appreciate considerably from the project had nothing to do with the decision, according to one of his aides. The property’s value has varied since then. On his financial-disclosure forms from 2006, it was valued at $250,000 to $500,000. Open Secrets now lists it as his most valuable asset, worth $1 million to $5 million as of 2010.

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What a surprise. Poster-Boy for term limits.

Here’s another example: The Los Angeles Times reported in November 2006 that when Reid became Senate majority leader he committed to making earmark reform a priority, saying he’d work to keep congressmen from using federal dollars for pet projects in their districts. It was a good idea but an odd one for the senator to espouse. He had managed to get $18 million set aside to build a bridge across the Colorado River between Laughlin, Nev., and Bullhead City, Ariz., a project that wasn’t a priority for either state’s transportation agency. His ownership of 160 acres of land nearby that stood to appreciate considerably from the project had nothing to do with the decision, according to one of his aides. The property’s value has varied since then. On his financial-disclosure forms from 2006, it was valued at $250,000 to $500,000. Open Secrets now lists it as his most valuable asset, worth $1 million to $5 million as of 2010.

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 Quoting: Phillip J. Fry


THOUGHT CRIMINAL!!!!!
You aren't supposed to notice this.
You must be a RASSISS!. or a PHOBE!, or sumpin!

Don't you realize that Corruption-While-Democrat isn't really corruption?? Just ask anyone at NBC/CBS/ABC/CNN/MSNBC/NPR/E1/Pacifica/WashPost/NYtimes/AP about this!!

Should I report you to the OBAMA TRUTH SQUADS?? Do you have your IRS records in order?
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I am still wanting to know how he got re-elected! I do remember that the electric power went off around the time of the vote count. Thought that strange. Are they all crooks? Just in it for self?
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Re: Harry Reid, How He Got So Rich
What a surprise. Poster-Boy for term limits.

Here’s another example: The Los Angeles Times reported in November 2006 that when Reid became Senate majority leader he committed to making earmark reform a priority, saying he’d work to keep congressmen from using federal dollars for pet projects in their districts. It was a good idea but an odd one for the senator to espouse. He had managed to get $18 million set aside to build a bridge across the Colorado River between Laughlin, Nev., and Bullhead City, Ariz., a project that wasn’t a priority for either state’s transportation agency. His ownership of 160 acres of land nearby that stood to appreciate considerably from the project had nothing to do with the decision, according to one of his aides. The property’s value has varied since then. On his financial-disclosure forms from 2006, it was valued at $250,000 to $500,000. Open Secrets now lists it as his most valuable asset, worth $1 million to $5 million as of 2010.

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[link to www.nationalreview.com]
 Quoting: Phillip J. Fry


THOUGHT CRIMINAL!!!!!
You aren't supposed to notice this.
You must be a RASSISS!. or a PHOBE!, or sumpin!

Don't you realize that Corruption-While-Democrat isn't really corruption?? Just ask anyone at NBC/CBS/ABC/CNN/MSNBC/NPR/E1/Pacifica/WashPost/NYtimes/AP about this!!

Should I report you to the OBAMA TRUTH SQUADS?? Do you have your IRS records in order?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 19228212

OBAMO DEATH SQUADS?? Yea, I got something in order for them. Hee...Hee...
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