Dem Dirty Tricks Squad Targets Able Danger Congressman


Curt Weldon (R-PA), the congressman who has waged a lonely battle to bring the Able Danger revelations to light, has been targeted by the George Soros-funded Democrat hit squad Citizens for Ethics and Responsibility in Washington. CREW was deeply involved in manipulating the Foley scandal, possibly to the point of altering an alleged Foley email.

Weldon has led a campaign to expose the persecution of former Able Danger personnel and the apparently successful coverup of the intelligence group's warnings, blocked by the Gorelick "wall," prior to the attack on the USS Cole and the 9/11 terror attack.

Now it appears that Weldon is paying the price for offending the Democratic establishment.

From the philly.com:

At an event earlier today at Philadelphia International Airport to discuss airport noise, Weldon said the investigation was politically motivated - blaming a complaint filed by Melanie Sloan, director of Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington.

"She is the only one I know of who went to the Justice Department and asked for an investigation," Weldon said. "I know that because I have her letter."

Quite obviously, the FBI investigation will continue through the election, just as CREW planned.

Posted by: Bluto at 10:11 PM

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1 LA Times pdfa good read, Harry Reid's sons 'work' in DC and lobby him for Pork.<strong><a href="http://www.latimes.com/media/acrobat/2003-06/8306315.pdf"> The Reid Connections</a></strong>


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<strong><a href="http://www.latimes.com/business/la-fi-nevada20aug20,1,7084729.story?ctrack=1cset=true">LA Times: October 16, 2006 Desert Connections </a></strong>

A real estate project is on track to create one of Nevada’s biggest cities, partly due to the intercession of U.S. Sen. Harry Reid, who has close ties to the developer.Even now, as heavy equipment peels back the cactus and creosote bush to carve out roads and building sites, it's hard to believe that this 67-square-mile tract of empty desert will blossom into one of the biggest cities in the fastest-growing state in the country and the projected home to more than 200,000 people.One of the most inhospitable places in the country, Coyote Springs Valley is so barren that, until recently, its best use was thought to be as a weapons test range.Yet the valley — an hour northeast of Las Vegas — is on its way to becoming a real estate development of historic proportions, with as many as 159,000 homes, 16 golf courses and a full complement of stores and service facilities. At nearly 43,000 acres, Coyote Springs covers almost twice as much space as the next-largest development in a state famous for outsized building projects.By comparison, Irvine Co., one of Southern California's largest developers, controls about 44,000 acres in Orange County.Helping make Coyote Springs come alive was an alliance between a multimillionaire developer and one of the highest-ranking members of Congress: Nevada Democrat Harry Reid, the Senate minority leader and a member of the powerful Senate Appropriations Committee.The relationship between developers such as Harvey Whittemore and politicians such as Reid is especially close in Nevada, home to a small fraternity of movers and shakers, powerful demands of rapid population growth and a huge amount of federally owned land.Over the last four years, Reid has used his influence in Washington to help the developer, Nevada super-lobbyist Whittemore, clear obstacles from Coyote Springs' path.At one point, Reid proposed opening the way for Whittemore to develop part of the site for free — something for which the developer later agreed to pay the government $10 million.As the project advanced, Reid received tens of thousands of dollars in campaign contributions from Whittemore. The contributions not only went to Reid's Senate campaigns, but also to his leadership fund, which he used to help bankroll the campaigns of Democratic colleagues. [...]

Posted by: Rubin at October 17, 2006 02:22 AM

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LA Times pdf The Reid Connections
http://www.latimes.com/media/acrobat/2003-06/8306315.pdf
a good read, Harry Reids' sons 'work' in DC and lobby him for Pork.

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LA Times: October 16, 2006Desert Connections

http://www.latimes.com/business/la-fi-nevada20aug20,1,7084729.story?ctrack=1cset=true

A real estate project is on track to create one of Nevada’s biggest cities, partly due to the intercession of U.S. Sen. Harry Reid, who has close ties to the developer.Even now, as heavy equipment peels back the cactus and creosote bush to carve out roads and building sites, it's hard to believe that this 67-square-mile tract of empty desert will blossom into one of the biggest cities in the fastest-growing state in the country and the projected home to more than 200,000 people.One of the most inhospitable places in the country, Coyote Springs Valley is so barren that, until recently, its best use was thought to be as a weapons test range.Yet the valley — an hour northeast of Las Vegas — is on its way to becoming a real estate development of historic proportions, with as many as 159,000 homes, 16 golf courses and a full complement of stores and service facilities. At nearly 43,000 acres, Coyote Springs covers almost twice as much space as the next-largest development in a state famous for outsized building projects.By comparison, Irvine Co., one of Southern California's largest developers, controls about 44,000 acres in Orange County.Helping make Coyote Springs come alive was an alliance between a multimillionaire developer and one of the highest-ranking members of Congress: Nevada Democrat Harry Reid, the Senate minority leader and a member of the powerful Senate Appropriations Committee.The relationship between developers such as Harvey Whittemore and politicians such as Reid is especially close in Nevada, home to a small fraternity of movers and shakers, powerful demands of rapid population growth and a huge amount of federally owned land.Over the last four years, Reid has used his influence in Washington to help the developer, Nevada super-lobbyist Whittemore, clear obstacles from Coyote Springs' path.At one point, Reid proposed opening the way for Whittemore to develop part of the site for free — something for which the developer later agreed to pay the government $10 million.As the project advanced, Reid received tens of thousands of dollars in campaign contributions from Whittemore. The contributions not only went to Reid's Senate campaigns, but also to his leadership fund, which he used to help bankroll the campaigns of Democratic colleagues. [...]

Posted by: Rubin at October 17, 2006 02:29 AM

3 Curt Weldon is an American hero. Therefore, he must be eliminated.

Posted by: n.a. palm at October 17, 2006 10:20 AM

4 Curt Weldon was not liked by the beltway right either. Nor the Pentagon. I guess I should be happy that he didn't just get popped by them.

Posted by: QC at October 17, 2006 11:31 AM

5 I have a solution: Kill them all, and God will know his own. It
is a sad state of affairs when free men in a free land cannot
govern their own affairs, but must instead bow and scrape to the lowest
degenerates among us, who would sell their mothers to a whorehouse if
the price was right. Politicians are scum and have no place among men.
Kill them all.

Posted by: Improbulus Maximus at October 17, 2006 07:35 PM

6 Dirty Tricks Squad http://www.dirtytrickssquad.com

Posted by: Thomas L. Vaultonburg at October 27, 2006 03:48 AM

7 Zombie Logic Press
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Posted by: Thomas L. Vaultonburg at October 27, 2006 03:50 AM






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