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AIPAC AND PRO-WAR, PRO-APARTHEID ISRAEL LOBBIES HAVE BOUGHT CONGRESS

by Leonard Windsor, Esq. Monday, Jun. 19, 2006 at 6:47 PM

BOTH STENY HOYER OF MARYLAND AND NANCY PELOSI OF CALIFORNIA HAVE BEEN KEYNOTE SPEAKERS AT AIPAC MEETINGS. BOTH HAVE TAKEN LARGE PRO-ISRAEL PAC CONTRIBUTIONS. BOTH HAVE PLEGED ALLEGENCE TO APARTHEID ISRAEL. NEITHER DESERVE YOUR VOTE. VOTE THEM OUT IN NOVEMBER 2006! REPLACE THEM WITH PROGRESSIVE ANTI-WAR CANDIDATES!

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AIPAC IS MARKED BY CORRUPTION, INFLUENCE PEDDLING AND FEDERAL PRISON TERMS.

BOTH STENY HOYER OF MARYLAND AND NANCY PELOSI OF CALIFORNIA HAVE BEEN KEYNOTE SPEAKERS AT AIPAC MEETINGS. BOTH HAVE TAKEN LARGE PRO-ISRAEL PAC CONTRIBUTIONS. BOTH HAVE PLEGED ALLEGENCE TO APARTHEID ISRAEL. NEITHER DESERVE YOUR VOTE. VOTE THEM OUT IN NOVEMBER 2006! REPLACE THEM WITH PROGRESSIVE ANTI-WAR CANDIDATES!

THE GREEN PARTY IS WHERE AMERICA CAN FIND AN ALTERNATIVE TO PRO-WAR BUSINESS AS USUAL DEMOCRATS. WAKE UP AND VOTE GREEN PARTY USA. http://gp.org/



The Israeli lobby counts on your ignorance

This next (neocon) war (Iran) may be the deadliest and costliest yet.

http://www.astandforjustice.org/index.html#important

Lobbies dedicated to policies of foreign governments have in the past done grievous harm to the United States. The present lobbies involved in such activities have shut down debate by threatening public officials, by espionage, and by promoting policies that are harmful to American interests. Support a Foreign Lobby Registration Act http://www.democracyinaction.org/dia/organizationsORG/cnif/campaign.jsp?campaign_KEY=2678

Please copy, e-mail and distribute as widely as possible.

THE AIPAC HALL OF SHAME



List from: Washington Report On Middle East Affairs

http://www.wrmea.com/index.htm

In American Dollars $$$

House: Current Cycle Senate: Current Cycle

Kirk, Mark (R-IL) 66,064 Kyl, Jon (R-AZ) 84,500

Berkley, Shelley (D-NV) 36,750 Stabenow, Debbie (D-MI) 55,296

Hoyer, Steny (D-MD) 28,500 Nelson, Bill (R-FL) 53,500

Cantor, Eric (R-VA) 26,500 Conrad, Kent (D-ND) 52,600

DeLay, Tom (R-TX) 26,000 Lieberman, Joseph (D-CT) 49,500

Engel, Eliot (D-FL) 22,000 Santorum, Rick (R-PA) 46,950

Shaw, E. Clay, Jr., (R-FL) 21,005 Nelson, E. Benjamin (D-NE) 46,500

Bean, Melissa (D-IL) 19,680 Clinton, Hillary Rodham (D-NY) 37,118

Hastert, J. Dennis (R-IL) 16,200 Talent, James (R-MO) 36,010

Pence, Mike (R-IN) 11,000 Lugar, Richard (R-IN) 32,250



House: Career Senate: Career

Berkley, Shelley (D-NV) 243,705 Levin, Carl (D-MI) 657,887

Engel, Eliot (D-NY) 163,918 Harkin, Tom (D-IA) 520,450

Obey, David (D-WI) 150,100 Specter, Arlen (R-PA) 487,973

Hoyer, Steny (D-MD) 120,775 Lautenberg, Frank (D-NJ) 433,806

Kirk, Mark (R-IL) 119,382 McConnell, Mitch (R-KY) 377,685

Levin, Sander (D-MI) 119,227 Durbin, Richard (D-IL) 329,171

Lantos, Tom (D-CA) 112,750 Reid, Harry (D-NV) 320,301

Lowey, Nita (D-NY) 112,238 Baucus, Max (D-MT) 319,348

Cantor, Eric (R-VA) 112,230 Lieberman, Joseph (D-CT) 286,358

DeLay, Tom (R-TX) 112,050 Wyden, Ronald (D-OR) 277,562



Pro-Israel PAC Contributions to 2006 Congressional Candidates

2005-2006

State Office District Candidate Party Status Contributions Career Total Committees

Alabama S Sessions, Jeff R I 2,000 196,825 AS, B


H 2 Everett, Terry R I 6,500 22,500 AS, I


H 7 Davis, Artur D I 2,000 80,067 B

Alaska S Stevens, Ted R I 4,000 73,200 A(D)

Arizona S Kyl, Jon* R I 84,500 163,025


S McCain, John R I 1,000 162,500 AS, C

Arkansas H 3 Delay, Robert R C 5,000 10,000

California S Feinstein, Dianne* D I 31,500 146,342 A(D), I


H 5 Matsui, Doris D I 3,000 6,050


H 5 Matsui, Robert D N 1,550 10,700


H 8 Pelosi, Nancy D I 0 63,450 I


H 12 Lantos, Tom D I 2,500 112,750 IR


H 24 Gallegly, Elton R I 1,500 45,250 I, IR


H 25 McKeon, Howard R I 2,500 4,500 AS


H 27 Sherman, Brad D I 5,500 48,830 IR


H 28 Berman, Howard D I 3,500 67,050 IR(NE)


H 29 Schiff, Adam D I 6,500 35,417 IR(NE)


H 30 Waxman, Henry D I 1,000 36,832


H 36 Harman, Jane D I 6,500 93,771 I

California H 39 De La Torre, Hector D N 1,000 1,000


H 44 Calvert, Ken R I 2,000 2,000 AS


H 47 Sanchez, Loretta D I 5,500 45,700 AS


H 50 Busby, Francine P. D 0 1,000 1,000


H 51 Filner, Bob D I 3,000 85,014

Colorado H 3 Salazar, John D I 6,600 14,600

Connecticut S Lieberman, Joseph* D I 49,500 286,258 AS


H 2 Simmons, Robert R I 1,000 19,500 AS


H 4 Shays, Christopher R I 2,000 12,850

Delaware S Carper, Thomas* D I 14,000 30,500


S Biden, Joseph, Jr. D I 0 101,007 FR

Florida S Nelson, Bill* R I 53,500 90,860 AS, B, FR


S Martinez, Mel R I 10,000 43,500 FR


H 6 Stearns, Clifford R I 6,000 9,500


H 9 Bilirakis, Michael R I 10 20,116


H 17 Meek, Kendrick D I 6,500 13,500 AS


H 18 Ros-Lehtinen, Ileana R I 9,500 93,990 IR


H 19 Wexler, Robert D I 1,000 12,500 IR


H 20 Wasserman Schultz, Debbie D I 2,500 6,500


H 22 Shaw, E. Clay, Jr. R I 21,005 72,505 W

Georgia H 2 Bishop, Sanford D. Jr. D I 500 500 A


H 5 Lewis, John D I 1,000 71,250 W


H 6 Price, Thomas R I 500 1,000


H 7 Linder, John R I 500 20,150 W


H 8 Marshall, Jim D I 5,000 7,000 AS


H 12 Barrow, John D I 8,100 16,600

Illinois S Durbin, Richard D I 1,500 329,171 A(D, FO)


H 2 Jackson, Jesse, Jr. D I 4,500 10,500 A(FO)


H 5 Emanuel, Rahm D I 8,500 22,000 W


H 6 Roskam, Peter R O 4,000 4,000


H 8 Bean, Melissa D I 19,680 29,680


H 10 Kirk, Mark R I 66,064 119,382 A(FO)


H 11 Weller, Jerry R I 2,500 33,900 IR, W


H 14 Hastert, J. Dennis R I 16,200 97,050 House Speaker


H 15 Johnson, Timothy R I -1,000 7,000

Indiana S Lugar, Richard* R I 32,250 75,450


H 5 Burton, Dan R I 1,000 73,000 IR


H 6 Pence, Mike R I 11,000 22,250 IR(NE)


H 8 Ellsworth, Brad D C 6,000 6,000

Iowa H 3 Boswell, Leonard D I 3,100 23,675 I

Kansas H 3 Moore, Dennis D I 3,600 42,776 B

Kentucky S McConnell, Mitch R I 9,010 377,685 A(FO)


H 4 Davis, Geoffrey R I 1,000 9,500 AS

Louisiana S Vitter, David R I 2,000 33,000


H 1 Jindal, Bobby R I 2,000 8,500


H 3 Melancon, Charles D I 100 18,100


H 4 McCrery, James, III R I 2,000 39,500 W


H 6 Baker, Richard R I 1,000 36,350


H 7 Mount, Willie Landry D N -5,000 13,000

Maine S Snowe, Olympia J.* R I 2,000 73,000 I


S Collins, Susan M. R I 1,000 54,500 AS


H 2 Michaud, Michael D I 500 6,750

Maryland S Cardin, Benjamin L.#* D O 17,500 43,950 W


S Steele, Michael* R O 5,000 5,000


H 5 Hoyer, Steny D I 28,500 120,775 A

Massachusetts S Kennedy, Edward* D I 12,000 79,120 AS

Michigan S Stabenow, Debbie* D I 55,296 96,106 B


H 12 Levin, Sander D I 3,000 119,227 W

Minnesota S Kennedy, Mark*# R O 1,000 3,250


S Klobuchar, Amy* D O 1,000 1,000


S Coleman, Norm R I 3,000 38,980 FR


H 2 Kline, John P. R I 10,000 10,000 AS


H 7 Peterson, Collin C. DFL I 100 100


H 8 Oberstar, James L. DFL I 2,000 2,000

Mississippi S Lott, Trent* R I 13,000 80,200 I

Missouri S Talent, James* R I 36,010 53,510 AS


S McCaskill, Claire* D C 1,000 1,000


H 3 Carnahan, Russ D I 2,500 8,000


H 4 Skelton, Ike D I 1,000 69,450 AS

Montana S Burns, Conrad* R I 29,500 194,510 A(D)


S Baucus, Max D I 2,000 319,348

Nebraska S Nelson, E. Benjamin* D I 46,500 77,260 AS

Nevada S Ensign, John* R I 9,500 21,700 AS, B


H 1 Berkley, Shelley D I 36,750 243,705 IR(NE)

New Jersey S Menendez, Robert*# D I 24,500 68,983 B


H 1 Andrews, Robert D I 3,000 41,750 AS


H 3 Saxton, H. James R I 1,000 72,900 AS


H 5 Garrett, E. Scott R I 5,000 19,700 B


H 6 Pallone, Frank, Jr. D I 5,000 60,550


H 7 Ferguson, Mike R I 500 10,000


H 9 Rothman, Steven D I 9,000 56,503 A(FO)


H 11 Frelinghuysen, Rodney R I 4,100 10,350 A(D)

New Mexico S Bingaman, Jeff* D I 1,000 262,425

New York S Clinton, Hillary Rodham* D I 37,118 56,118 AS


H 2 Israel, Steve D I 5,100 28,100 AS


H 7 Crowley, Joseph D I 10,500 62,657 IR(NE)


H 8 Nadler, Jerrold D I 1,000 21,000


H 9 Weiner, Anthony D I 2,000 17,000


H 14 Maloney, Carolyn D I 2,000 24,000


H 17 Engel, Eliot D I 22,000 163,918 IR


H 18 Lowey, Nita D I 1,000 112,238 A(FO)


H 25 Maffei, Daniel D C 5,000 5,000


H 26 Reynolds, Thomas R I 2,000 4,000 W


H 27 Higgins, Brian D I 4,600 9,600

North Carolina H 10 McHenry, Patrick R I 9,000 9.500 B


H 11 Shuler, Joseph Heath D C 1,000 1,000

North Dakota S Conrad, Kent* D I 52,600 254,539 B

Ohio S DeWine, Mike* R I 31,000 54,500 A(FO), I


S Brown, Sherrod*# D C 2,000 32,750 IR


H 7 Hobson, David R I 3,500 11,000 A(D)

Oklahoma S Inhofe, James M. R I 2,000 89,800 AS


H 2 Boren, David D I 6,500 7,500 AS


H 5 Bode, Denise R O 1,500 1,500

Pennsylvania S Santorum, Rick* R I 46,950 94,700


S Casey, Bob* D C 10,000 10,000


H 6 Gerlach, Jim R I 5,500 8,450


H 6 Murphy, Lois D C 1,000 9,000


H 8 Fitzpatrick, Michael R I 2,000 8,000


H 13 Schwartz, Allyson D I 2,500 23,650 B

Rhode Island S Chafee, Lincoln* R I 1,500 16,500 FR(NE)

Rhode Island S Laffey, Stephen* R C 5,000 5,000

Rhode Island S Reed, Jack D I 1,000 107,350 AS

South Carolina H 5 Spratt, John M. Jr. D I 2,500 17,400 AS, B


H 6 Clyburn, James E. D I 500 4,600 A

South Dakota S Johnson, Tim D I 5,000 166,837 A(FO), B


H At-L. Herseth, StephanieÝ D I 2,100 28,500

Tennessee S Ford, Harold, Jr.*# D O 4,500 14,500 B


H 3 Wamp, Zach R I 2,000 4,000 A


H 6 Gordon, Barton D I 1,000 57,900

Texas H 2 Poe, Ted R I 5,000 5,000 FR


H 10 McCaul, Michael R I 2,000 2,000 FR


H 17 Edwards, Chet D I 5,100 40,700 A, B


H 22 DeLay, Tom R N 26,000 112,050


H 22 Lampson, Nicholas D C 3,000 30,506


H 28 Cuellar, Henry D I 500 2,500 B


H 32 Frost, Martin D N 1,000 190,014


H 32 Sessions, Pete R I 1,000 4,750 B

Utah S Hatch, Orrin G.* R I 1,000 51,700 I


H 1 Bishop, Robert R I 1,000 4,500 AS


H 2 Matheson, James D I 2,100 37,100


H 3 Cannon, Christopher B. R I 500 1,500

Virginia S Allen, George* R I 19,000 29,400 FR


H 1 Davis, Jo Ann R I 1,000 3,750 AS, FR, I


H 7 Cantor, Eric R I 26,500 112,230 W

Washington S Cantwell, Maria* D I 2,844 2,844


H 2 Larsen, Richard D I 3,000 15,000 AS

Wisconsin H 7 Obey, David R. D I 1,000 150,100 A(FO), B

Wyoming S Thomas, Craig* R I 11,000 24,500



PRESIDENT Lieberman, Joseph D C ,000 286,258

TOTAL for 2005-2006 Election Cycle TOTAL 1978-2004 Funds to Congressional Candidates TOTAL No. of Recipient Candidates, 1978-2004 $ 1,358,537,365,4981,978

KEY: The “Career Total” column represents the total amount of pro-Israel PAC money received from Jan. 1, 1978 through Dec. 31, 2005. S=Senate, H=House of Representatives. Party affiliation: D=Democrat, R=Republican, Ref=Reform, DFL=Democratic Farmers Labor, Ind=Independent, Lib=Libertarian. Status: C=Challenger, I=Incumbent, N=Not Running, O=Open Seat (no incumbent). *=Senate election year, #=House member running for Senate seat, †=Special Election. Committees: A=Appropriations (D=Defense subcommittee, FO=Foreign Operations subcommittee, NS=National Security subcommittee), AS=Armed Services, B=Budget, C=Commerce, FR=Foreign Relations (NE=Near Eastern and South Asian Affairs subcommittee), I=Intelligence, IR=International Relations, NS=National Security, W=Ways and Means. “–” indicates money returned by candidate, “0” that all money received was returned, “[]” = independent expenditures on behalf of candidate (not included in candidate totals).

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