Carl Levin… I just remembered this didn’t post the first time I did it.

Senator Carl Levin from Michigan is currently involved in many committees. This committees are many but the top five I found are: Armed Services, Permanent Sub Committee on Investigation, Intelligence, Small Business, The Great Lakes Task Force and Senate Auto Caucus. He has several industries investing in him. These business are Lawyers, the retired, real estate and securities and investments. Several PACs have invested money in him, Ford Motors, Flour Corp and the Sheet Metal Workers Union are just a few.
The Senator has been pushing bill S.1483 in Congress. This bill Protects U.S. corporations form wrongdoers who threaten homeland security. The Ford Motor and the Flour Company PACs would support this bill because it is a benefit to them in the form of protection from what can only be viewed as terrorism. The SMWU PAC would also support this because should something happen to their workers companies they can rest assured that the government would help the company which in turn should help it’s workers.


AARP makes 2.8 billion off medicare cuts.

In order to cover the many uncovered Americans Obama care cut 716 billion dollars from medicare. With that AARP gains an additional 1 billion to the 1.8 billion it already makes. AARP receives a 4.95 percent royalty on every dollar that seniors spend on its Medigap plans. Reform that would have cost AARP mucho dollaro.

With this I believe AARP may have given money to Obama with the hope that he continue with his Universal Health care plan. Many Candidates take money from interest groups money to finance the incredible amount of money it takes to fund a electoral campaign.

Perhaps  AARP  gave money to Obama so that when he took office he would push his Universal health care plan through, they would then potentially pick up the additional 1 billion dollars they did.

Was this fortune that AARP “stumbled” on a happy coincidence or a well planed and executed plot between AARP and Obama ?


Romney “Consistent”

Romney’s stance on abortion is “pro-life”. This means he should be a “pro-life” president should he win. However many canditates lean to the fars of their political parties so that they may win the primary. Winning the Primary allows a canidate to run for their respective parties chance at becoming president. Thus in order to gain the support they need of their party canidates will lean toward the extrems of their parties beliefs.

Once a canidate has won the primary however the canidates generally choose to take a stance more toward the middle in order to win the support they need to become president. “Romney told The Des Moines Register’s editorial board that he was not aware of any abortion legislation he would promote as part of his agenda as president.” This statement was made in order to win the support of the conservative. I however wonder what he told the extremist of his party.