Instant karmas gonna get you

Discussion in 'Politics and Religion' started by justbill_redux, Jul 14, 2006.

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  1. lamont5123

    lamont5123

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    I think we can safely say we've seen the last of Ms. Harris as a political force.
  2. justbill_redux

    justbill_redux King Missile

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    It gets even better

    Federal investigators have interviewed U.S. Rep. Katherine Harris' former top political strategist about the congresswoman's dealings with a defense contractor at the center of a widening Capitol Hill corruption probe.

    Political consultant Ed Rollins confirmed Monday that Justice Department lawyers and FBI agents recently questioned him for two hours in Washington. He said the discussion focused on Harris' dealings with Mitchell Wade, a defense contractor who funneled $32,000 in illegal campaign contributions to Harris and also bribed a former California congressman.

    Wade, who is cooperating with federal authorities, pleaded guilty to giving the illegal donations to Harris in 2004. He also admitted trying to curry favor with her in 2005 by offering to hold a fundraiser for her U.S. Senate campaign in Florida.

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    From http://www.orlandosentinel.com/orl-harris1806jul18,0,2719927.story?coll=orl-home-headlines
  3. lamont5123

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    LOL

    Katherine Harris is a one trick pony.

    She was rewarded by the Bushies for thwarting democracy and an honest vote count in 2000.

    But you know how it is with political criminal syndicates.

    Once you stop being a good earner or become a liability, you're shown the door as well as a lot of nasty editorials.
  4. justbill_redux

    justbill_redux King Missile

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    Looks like Katherine Harriss’ turn has come

    Katherine Harris' floundering U.S. Senate campaign lost its high-level staff again this week and is groping for a message -- which doesn't surprise Republican insiders who trace the seeds of her trouble to the story of ``Joe's dead intern.''

    This wasn't any old Joe.

    It was Joe Scarborough, host of the prime-time MSNBC show Scarborough Country and a former Pensacola Republican congressman who was courted last summer by national Republicans to run against Harris. But before he could announce he wouldn't, Harris called major donors and suggested Scarborough would have to answer questions about the strange death of a former staff member in 2001, according to two former high-level Harris staff members, a GOP donor and Scarborough.

    ''That was the first clue that something wasn't right with Katherine Harris,'' Scarborough told The Miami Herald in a recent interview, noting that a medical examiner found his staff member's death was natural and not the result of foul play.

    From http://www.miami.com/mld/miamiherald/15034557.htm

    Holy shit, a dead intern and theres not a Democrat involved.