Why were campaign donations used to pay off bribes?

Posted on May 31st, 2011 by admin1 in political consulting firm

Senator John Ensign used campaign donations to pay his former mistress’ son, The teenager was listed on the National Republican Senatorial Committee’s payroll as a policy analyst during the 2008 elections. The young man was removed when Ensign’s extramarital affair went public. Ensign also asked that his mistress’ husband be put on the payroll of the Republican Senate Campaign Committee’s political consulting firm. The Republican Party’s attempted cover up and their hypocrisy, in light of the many sex scandals that have included under age males, is stunning. Wasn’t Ensign another of the cheating Republicans who voted to impeach Bill Clinton?

http://rawstory.com/2010/03/emails-broad…

http://www.politico.com/news/stories/070…

Rick, How long ago was it that Republicans called for an investigation of Eric Massa? A couple of weeks ago? And his behavior wasn’t near as offensive.

I think the timing of this question is impeccable. The democrats pass a health care reform bill that is not popular and you write a question bashing a republican from years ago. Good timing.

One Comment on “Why were campaign donations used to pay off bribes?”

  1. Rick R

    I think the timing of this question is impeccable. The democrats pass a health care reform bill that is not popular and you write a question bashing a republican from years ago. Good timing.References :

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