Robbed Dems Feel Our Pain
I’m loving it! California Democrats finally are getting a dose of their larcenous policies.
Several of them, including Sen. DiFi and the Sanchez Twisted Sisters, allegedly were looted of millions of dollars by their campaign finance honcho, Kinde Durkee.
They should be happy. They get a one-dose shot of a poisonous injection the rest of suffer every payday — our hard-earned money looted by federal and state governments they head. And they want even more of our money as supporters of President Obama’s $447 billion tax-increase scheme.
Here’s the latest on the Durkee scam:
But just as unclear as the ultimate legal fate for the Long Beach woman is the financial fate of the political candidates and groups with whom she once worked. That was punctuated over the weekend by terse statements in the latest campaign filings from incumbent Democratic members of Congress who employed Durkee.
“Adjustment for unauthorized withdrawals,” notes the FEC filing of U.S. Rep. Linda Sanchez (D-Lakewood). “Adjustment for embezzled funds,” reports filings for U.S. Rep. Loretta Sanchez (D-Garden Grove) and U.S. Rep. Susan Davis (D-San Diego). In all, Durkee is listed as the campaign treasurer for 53 federal committees.
The biggest loser, at least from records so far, seems to be U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein, who reported a loss in the Durkee case of $4.7 million. Feinstein has loaned the campaign $5 million for her 2012 reelection effort.
Feinstein is also leading the legal charge against both Durkee and the bank most used by the campaign official’s firm, First California Bank. In a 48-page complaint filed in state court late last month, Feinstein alleged the bank “had knowledge of Durkee’s scheme and knowingly provided substantial assistance.”
Don’t you wish you could file legal charges against Feinstein when she votes to take more of your money? Of course, you can’t, because we have “government of the people,” and you’re “one of the people,” who elected this “representative of the people,” who increases taxes on “the people,” so it’s really you and other “people” who are increasing taxes on “people” like you, and “people like you” are “people who need people” who are the “luckiest people in the world” to pay higher taxes “to the people” and “of the people” and “by the people” and “for the people” to “bribe the people.”
OCT. 20, 2011
May 24, 2013