Is the Dem Party being purged of all long time loyalists?
Are real Democrats really going to sit back and allow their party to be taken over by thugs and moved to Chicago, home of the politically corrupt?
I've mentioned in the past that Obama is bought and paid for by Wall Street, but sadly no one is watching, looking closely at just how he got where he was to where he is now.
Well his suddenly close pal Tom Daschle is wallowing in K street while Obama preaches to his minions about changing politics and dumping such activities with lobbyists and their ties to Washington politics.
HOW BLIND AND IGNORANT CAN THE OBAMA BOTS BE TO NOT SEE THIS? TO NOT ABSORB WHAT IS REALLY GOING ON IN THIS CAMPAIGN? HOW CAN THEY BE SO GOD DAMNED FUCKING BLIND?
6/15/08 (LPAC)- Reports are pouring in from Dem Party activists and Hillary supporters all over the country, about an ongoing attempted purge of the Democratic National Committee, state party organizations, and even the Obama campaign itself.
Obama campaign insider Tom Daschle (former Senate Majority Leader) is running a house cleaning, that splitting the Party into chaos. One Dem member of Congress bitterly complained to LPAC reps, attending the Calif Democratic Party Executive Board meeting, that some of Senator Obama's staunchest supporters among African-American elected officials, are now being isolated from the presumed Democratic nominee, and are even being purged from the campaign organization. "The old Democratic establishment has moved in, and totally taken over.
Since he was voted out of office in Nov. 2004, Tom Daschle has been a fixture, (along with his wife), among K St. notorious lobbyists. K Street NW in Washington, D.C. is home to all the big lobbying firms, representing corporate interests, Wall Street, and foreign governments.
In Jan. 2005, Daschle went to work for the K St. law firm, Alston and Bird, where former Republican Presidential candidate Bob Dole already worked at a reported annual salary of $1 million. Daschle's wife, Linda, has been a top lobbyist for a decade at Baker, Donelson, Bearman & Caldwell. Among her major clients are Boeing, United Technologies, American Airlines, Schering-Plough Pharmaceuticals and the American Trucking Association.