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John Kerry's ties to 527's

Posted on 08/24/2004 2:04:12 PM PDT by kcvl

Zach Exley - Former director of special projects for the MoveOn PAC is now the online communications director for the Kerry campaign. He’s also the one who started the Bush cocaine smear in 2000.

Jim Jordan - John Kerry’s former campaign manager is now a spokesperson for America Coming Together, which is helping to sponsor anti-Bush concerts and is famous for using convicted felons to including sex offenders, to try and register voters door to door.

George Soros - A direct contributor John Kerry’s campaign, he has donated literally, tens of millions of dollars to MoveOn.org, ACT, and The Media Fund. He is also the largest contributor to The Center For American Progress, which just happens to back Media Matters Whores For America. The Center for American Progress is run by John Podesta who also is a direct contributor to John Kerry.

ACT was formed by Steve Rosenthal, the former political director of the AFL-CIO, and Ellen Malcolm of Emily’s List, both of whom have contributed directly to John Kerry’s campaign.

Harold Ickes - Former deputy White House chief of staff for Bill Clinton is the head of The Media Fund, another anti-Bush 527. He is also a direct contributor to John Kerry.

Stephen Bing, a Hollywood producer, who in the past has donated money to John Kerry has donated millions of dollars to various 527’s as has Peter Lewis, head of Progressive Insurance.

Environment 2004 is anti-Bush environmental 527 that was started by Bruce Babbitt, Bill Clinton’s former Interior Secretary and Carol Browner, the former head of the EPA. Babbitt has contributed directly to Kerry’s campaign. In fact many of the board members of Environment 2004 are Kerry campaign contributors.


TOPICS: News/Current Events; Politics/Elections
KEYWORDS: 527; 527groups; ads; aflcio; babbitt; browner; donors; emilyslist; haroldickes; kerry; moveon; podesta; rosenthal; soros; stephenbing; webofconnections; zachexley
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Joint Victory Campaign 2004 * Top Contributors, 2004 Cycle

Top Contributors

Progressive Corp/Peter B Lewis $7,750,000

Shangri-La Entertainment/Steve Bing $6,964,846

Sustainable World Corp/Linda Pritzker $5,000,000

Soros Fund Management/George Soros $4,550,000

Retired $1,613,775

Agvar Chemicals $1,500,000

Investor $1,034,550

Lois and Richard Rosenthal Foundation $1,000,000

Susie Tompkins Buell Foundation $1,000,000

Investor/Anne Getty Earhart $1,000,000

Carsey-Werner-Mandabach $1,000,000

Cullman Foundation/Cullman Ventures $1,000,000

Center for Middle East Peace/Econ Coop $750,000

HBJ Investments $600,000

Louise Gund Foundation $500,000

Boar's Head Provisions $500,000

Jonathan Lewis Assoc $500,000

TechTarget.com $415,000

Sea Studios Foundation $400,000

Roll International $300,000

Sillerman Companies $250,000

RRD Holding Corp $250,000

Maritime Overseas Corp $250,000

Shari Foos/Psychotherapist $245,000

Loral Space & Communications $200,000

Blum Capital Partners $200,000

Brainerd Foundation $195,000

Costco Corp $190,000

*Actor $126,000

Alta Partners $105,186

Consultant $101,500

Monterey Bay Aquarium $100,024

Bergman, Senn et al $100,000

Paloma Partners $100,000

National Bedding Co $100,000

Builder $100,000

Perry Capital $100,000

Time Warner $100,000

Paul's Tv & Video $100,000

Glenborough Realty Trust $95,000

Toll Brothers Inc $95,000

Homemaker $84,000

Lawyer (Peter Goldman) $75,000 2/4/2004

Psychologist (Gail Furman) $50,000 3/12/2004

Private Investor (G James Roush) $45,000 12/31/2003

Author

Adam Hochschild $25,000 5/19/2004

Adam Hochschild $20,000 3/3/2004

University of California/Berkeley $45,000

Oak Hill School $45,000

Conservationist (Cynthia Wayburn) $45,000 12/31/2003

Tishman Realty & Construction $45,000

Certain Software

Douglas E Goldman $25,000 5/19/2004

Douglas E Goldman $20,000 5/5/2004

*Attorney $37,500

Philanthropist David Rockefeller Jr $10,000 4/8/2004

Pat Stryker $25,000 6/29/2004

Regis Hair Corp $30,000

Film Producer

Jane L Rosenthal $25,000 3/31/2004

Nick V Wechsler Jr $2,500 2/25/2004

Silverton Construction $25,000

905 Wpr Llc $25,000

Apax $25,000

Rustic Canyon Group $25,000

Author/Lecturer Regis P McKenna $25,000 3/31/2004

Museum of Modern Art $25,000

Bear Stearns $20,000

Act III Communications $20,000

Journalist Elaine M Attias $20,000 3/5/2004

Council on Foreign Relations Sierra Burnett $20,000 12/9/2003

Lainer Development $20,000

Actress

Blythe Danner Paltrow $500 1/28/2004

Nancy Stephens $500 12/31/2003

Heather Thomas $15,000 4/15/2004

Therapist Leonore Clow $15,000 6/4/2004

Anne B Mize $250 5/19/2004

Vote Solar Initiative

David R Hochschild $15,000 4/8/2004

Metalsmith Catherine Raphael $11,000 3/18/2004

Chartoff Productions $10,000

Hellman Friedman $10,000

Real Estate

Nora T Jaffe $10,000 3/5/2004

Wenner Media $10,000

Rancher/Oil Producer

Ruth M Bowers $10,000 4/30/2004

Miken $10,000

AKT Development Corp $10,000

Chapman Bird Grey $10,000

Sculptor Renata Schwebel $10,000 5/19/2004

Real Estate Developer

Martin Z Margulies $7,500 5/19/2004

MTV Networks Tom Freston $7,500 3/18/2004

Writer Robert M Cabot $2,500 3/31/2004

Pepper A Edmiston $500 2/25/2004

Delia Ephron $500 2/11/2004

Jay Kogen $1,250 5/19/2004

Craig Shapiro $250 5/19/2004

Jamie R Wolf $2,000 12/19/2003

Self-Employed Madeline Brine $1,000 3/31/2004

Melinda Farrelly $2,500 2/11/2004

Michael Ogiens $250 3/31/2004

JaMel Perkins $2,500 3/29/2004

Natural Resources Defense Council Ruth Hunter $5,000 2/25/2004

Gina Solomon $250 2/25/2004

Songwriter Producer Mike Stoller $5,000 2/25/2004

Jps International (Blue Mountain Greeting Cards) Jared Schutz Polis $5,000 2/11/2004

Third Millennium Online Products John R Koza $5,000 5/19/2004

The Gap Millard Drexler $5,000 2/23/2004

St Matthew's Episcopal Day School Katherine Orr $5,000 12/5/2003

Fact Services Co Diane V Feeney $5,000 2/24/2004

Grantmaker Elaine Nonneman $5,000 1/30/2004

First Washington Corp Floyd U Jones $5,000 2/25/2004

Director Jonathan Demme $500 1/28/2004

Jill Iscol $1,250 2/19/2004

Linda Sandrich $1,250 2/23/2004

Michael Simon $500 3/31/2004

Artist Eric Fischl $500 2/19/2004

Josephine A Merck $2,000 2/19/2004

Janet Salter $500 3/31/2004

Us Venture Partners $2,500

CUE Consulting Llc $2,500

Nonprofit Consultant James A Babson $2,500 6/4/2004

20th Century Fox $2,500

Covenant Mortgage $2,500

Screenwriter Director Richard LaGravenese $2,500 2/25/2004

Valor Elecom $2,500

Producer Thomas P Lassally $250 5/19/2004

Ken Miller $500 2/9/2004

Peter K Simonds $500 5/19/2004

Lucinda M Ziesing $500 4/8/2004

Roller Coaster Film Co $1,250

Physician John P Curtis $500 5/21/2004

Sally Goodwin $500 1/30/2004

Irwin Solomon $250 3/3/2004

Oxygen Media (Oprah's Company) Geraldine B Laybourne $1,250 3/18/2004

Publisher Gerald Galison $1,000 4/30/2004

Virginia Mudd $250 3/3/2004

William Morris Agenecy Suzanne Gluck $500 3/3/2004

Wayne S Kabak $200 2/19/2004

Jennifer Walsh $500 3/31/2004

Walt Disney Co Brian G Roskam $1,000 3/31/2004

Iconoculture Inc Victoria D Abrahamson $1,000 5/19/2004

Freedom Productions $1,000

Ignacio Valdes Md Pc $1,000

Roitenbert Investments $1,000

Director Actress Margaret Whitton $500 4/28/2004

Margaret Whitton $500 2/23/2004

Writer/Director Nora Ephron $500 2/23/2004

David Goyer $500 3/31/2004

* Joint Victory Campaign 2004 is a joint fund-raising committee run by America Coming Together and the Media Fund. Money raised by JVC is divided between these two beneficiaries. Combining receipts for these three groups would result in double-counting.

NOTE: This data is based on records released by the Internal Revenue Service on Monday, August 23, 2004.

HOW TO READ THIS CHART: This chart lists the top donors to these committees during the 2004 election cycle.

Contributions may come from the organizations themselves or its individual members or employees or owners, and those individuals' immediate families. Organization totals include subsidiaries and affiliates.

* Actor breakdown

Kevin Bacon $15,000 2/11/2004

Chevy Chase $2,500 2/11/2004

Wendy vanden Heuvel $45,000 5/19/2004

Michael Douglas $10,000 6/1/2004

Paul Newman $50,000 2/11/2004

Tim Robbins $250 3/31/2004

Chris Saradon $250 3/31/2004

Susan Sarandon $250 3/31/2004

Rita Wilson $2,500 4/28/2004

Norm F Woodel $250 3/18/2004

*Attorney breakdown

Morton Goldfein $2,500 2/11/2004

Peter Goldman $25,000 6/29/2004

Michael R Lee $5,000 4/28/2004

William T Pope $5,000 1/30/2004

1 posted on 08/24/2004 2:04:12 PM PDT by kcvl
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To: kcvl

Bump


2 posted on 08/24/2004 2:06:26 PM PDT by BunnySlippers (Must get moose and squirrel ... B. Badanov)
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To: kcvl

Some older links


http://www.democrats.org/blog/display/00010183.html
Picture of Leahy and guy from Moveon.org

http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1196067/posts
Dirty doings (527s For Kerry) Washington Times ^ | 8/21/04

http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-gop/1196835/posts
NEW "527" Donation Activity INFORMATION topic just added.
Website http://opensecrets.org ^ | Just mined | By Website Open Secrets

http://www.democrats.org/wvc/weekinreview/200305120002.html
Comment of collusion between dims and Moveon.org

http://www.democrats.org/news/200311140002.html
"Nov 13, 2003
The DNC is also conducting a major petition drive in partnership with MoveOn.org. More than 310,000 Americans have signed the petition to protect our courts — with more than 172,000 of those signatures coming in the past 36 hours. The petition calls on Bush and the Republicans to stop nominating judges that are out of step with mainstream Americans and praising the Democrats for standing up for their rights."


http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1196746/posts
NBC NEWS' BIG LIE: 'Nightly News' Graphic Calls Group "Swift Boat Veterans For BUSH" Media Resource Center ^ | August 6, 2004 | Andrea Mitchell, Tom Brokaw
Don't forget: Zack Exley is the guy behind GWBUSH.com, the website that the 2000 Bush campaign tried to shut down because it was too similar to the official site.

He also was the head guy in charge of the online content at MoveOn.org. It was mere days after the Kerry campaign hired him that the anti-Bush ad contest with those two entries portraying Bush as a neo-Hitler started at MoveOn. I think it's unlikely that his hands were clean of that.
25 posted on 08/22/2004 4:27:03 AM PDT by L.N. Smithee (Hey, KERRY! We said it to Saddam, and now to you -- If you have nothing to hide, QUIT HIDING IT!)

http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1196614/posts
The "Web of Connections" Between the Kerry Campaign and Dem 527s
http://www.blogsforbush.com/mt/archives/infographicfull.html ^ | 8/21/04 | Blogs for Bush



3 posted on 08/24/2004 2:06:29 PM PDT by mathluv (Protect my grandchildren's future. Vote for Bush/Cheney '04.)
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To: mathluv

and Kerry whines................


4 posted on 08/24/2004 2:08:32 PM PDT by berkley
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To: kcvl

Media Fund
Top Contributors, 2004 Cycle



Top Contributors

Joint Victory Campaign 2004
$12,775,000

Victory Campaign 2004
$9,025,000

American Fedn of St/Cnty/Munic Employees
$2,000,000

Service Employees Intl Union Local 1199
$1,000,000

American Federation of Teachers
$750,000

AFL-CIO
$525,738

Newsweb Corp/Fred Eychaner
$500,000

Laborers Union
$500,000

Communication Workers of America
$250,000

Plumbers/Pipefitters Union
$250,000

Entercom Communications Corp
$100,000

Sheet Metal Workers Union
$100,000

Boar's Head Provisions
$100,000

Tranportation Communications Intl Union
$100,000

Unite
$50,000

Consultant
Leonard Lieberman
$25,000
5/24/2004



Retired
Ben Heller
$12,500
6/1/2004

Murray D Peek
$250
4/8/2004




Business Loan Express
$12,500

Rosenfeld Bernstein Tannehauser
$12,500

Intl Brotherhood of Electrical Workers
$10,000

Metro Management
$10,000

Attorney
Craig Kaplan
$10,000
3/31/2004



Artist
Andre Gregory
$5,000
5/19/2004


Volunteer
Ruth C Kolbe
$2,500
4/28/2004



Homemaker
Alma O Cohen
$1,000
4/28/2004




5 posted on 08/24/2004 2:08:41 PM PDT by kcvl
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To: kcvl

Here are some of Moveon.org PAC expenditures.

Fenton Communications, San Francisco, CA $45,723 6/11/2004 PR Consulting
Fenton Communications, San Francisco, CA $34,310 7/22/2003 PR Consulting/Advertising
Fenton Communications, San Francisco, CA $26,050 10/20/2003 PR Consulting/Advertising
Fenton Communications, San Francisco, CA $25,000 5/26/2004 PR Consulting
Fenton Communications, San Francisco, CA $18,949 6/28/2004 PR Consulting
Fenton Communications, San Francisco, CA $16,579 5/20/2004 PR Consulting
Fenton Communications, San Francisco, CA $15,000 3/26/2004 PR Consulting
Fenton Communications, San Francisco, CA $15,000 4/6/2004 PR Consulting
Fenton Communications, San Francisco, CA $11,791 4/23/2004 PR Consulting
Fenton Communications, San Francisco, CA $11,600 10/20/2003 PR Consulting-California Recall
Fenton Communications, San Francisco, CA $10,000 2/13/2004 PR Consulting
Fenton Communications, San Francisco, CA $5,869 3/26/2004 PR Consulting
Fenton Communications, San Francisco, CA $2,923 2/5/2004 PR Consulting
Fenton Communications, San Francisco, CA $1,996 3/1/2004 Rent
Fenton Communications, San Francisco, CA $1,692 8/6/2003 PR Consulting
Fenton Communications, San Francisco, CA $192 4/8/2004 PR Consulting
Move On.org, Berkeley, CA $80,163 4/28/2003 List Purchase
Move On.org, Berkeley, CA $53,056 1/19/2004 List Purchase
Move On.org, Berkeley, CA $31,441 3/8/2004 List Purchase
Move On.org, Berkeley, CA $8,776 4/19/2004 List Purchase
Move On.org, Berkeley, CA $5,484 6/18/2003 List Purchase
Texas Senate Democratic Caucus, Austin, TX $25,000 9/9/2003 Contribution


6 posted on 08/24/2004 2:11:11 PM PDT by axiom9
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To: kcvl; Mo1; Howlin

BTTT


7 posted on 08/24/2004 2:15:13 PM PDT by Brad’s Gramma (If only hamsters could talk...THEY'D tell you the truth that Upland IS in Pennsylvania!)
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To: kcvl

bttt


8 posted on 08/24/2004 2:20:41 PM PDT by TigersEye (Intellectuals only exist if you think they do!)
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To: 1Mike; 3catsanadog; ~Vor~; ~Kim4VRWC's~; A CA Guy; A Citizen Reporter; abner; Aeronaut; AFPhys; ...

YEAH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!









Welcome back. You were missed and are greatly needed!

9 posted on 08/24/2004 2:20:53 PM PDT by Howlin (John Kerry & John Edwards: Political Malpractice)
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To: Howlin

Has ANYONE in the mainstream media reported on these ties?

We've known for at least a week that Kerry has hired a former MoveOn.org staffer and to my knowledge it hasn't been mentioned even one time on any MS news channel.


10 posted on 08/24/2004 2:23:22 PM PDT by Peach (The Clinton's pardoned more terrorists than they ever captured or killed.)
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To: kcvl

By God, I love the Internet.


11 posted on 08/24/2004 2:23:27 PM PDT by Luis Gonzalez (Sin Patria, pero sin amo)
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To: kcvl
WOW...WOW...WOW!

That's some list!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

12 posted on 08/24/2004 2:24:12 PM PDT by nopardons
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To: kcvl

13 posted on 08/24/2004 2:24:31 PM PDT by pogo101
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To: musicman

Okay,here's a HUGE list for you to chew on.Ask you shall receive.:-)


14 posted on 08/24/2004 2:25:13 PM PDT by nopardons
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To: mathluv

bttt


15 posted on 08/24/2004 2:25:41 PM PDT by nopardons
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To: kcvl

Jim Jordan

Jim Jordan served as campaign manager for John Forbes Kerry for the U.S. presidential election, 2004 until November 10, 2003, when he was replaced by Mary Beth Cahill.[1]

Jordan, who had run Kerry's campaign "since it began last December", had "also worked in Kerry's Senate office in 1999 when Kerry was contemplating and then rejected a 2000 presidential bid."[2]

Jordan, "a well-known Democratic operative, was a spokesman for the House Judiciary Committee during the impeachment of then-President Bill Clinton. He also worked on the Senate committee that investigated political fund-raising scandals in the 1990s and the 1996 campaign that elected Tim Johnson of South Dakota to the Senate." Jordan is also the former head of the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee.[3]

OH NO! A professed Democrat supporting an anti Bush smear campaign via a 527 group. How unique. Where oh where are the demorats dissing this guy for his connection to the Democratic Party? Silence except for there continued charges of connections between the Swifties and Bush.


16 posted on 08/24/2004 2:25:58 PM PDT by taxesareforever
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To: Howlin
Killer list ! Bookmarked,and going to be sent out to a HUGE list,ASAP.

Many thanks for the ping. :-)

17 posted on 08/24/2004 2:27:08 PM PDT by nopardons
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To: kcvl

America Coming Together
Top Contributors, 2004 Cycle



Top Contributors

Joint Victory Campaign 2004
$7,375,000

Victory Campaign 2004
$5,825,000

Soros Fund Management/George Soros
$5,000,000

Progressive Corp/Peter B Lewis
$2,995,000

RealNetworks Inc
Robert D Glaser
$745,000
11/28/2003


Newsweb Corp/Fred Eychaner
$500,000

Service Employees Intl Union Local 1199
$500,000

Cullman Foundation/Cullman Ventures
$500,000

Alida Messinger Charitable Lead Trust
$500,000

Dyson-Kissner-Moran Corp
$250,000

McKay Investment
$245,000




Retired
Nancy C Anderson
$10,000
1/12/2004

Noel R Congdon
$10,000
5/25/2004

Bernard Ecker
$5,000
2/12/2004

Ruth Fox
$5,000
6/4/2004

Ben Heller
$7,500
6/1/2004

Mark C Levy
$7,000
6/15/2004

Leonard Lieberman
$25,000
5/25/2004

Ronald M Mankoff
$5,000
6/29/2004

S M Newpol
$25,000
3/31/2004

Janet Pauli
$1,000
6/23/2004

Richard Rockefeller
$10,000
1/12/2004

Gary D Rose
$5,000
3/23/2004

Robert F Schumann
$5,000
6/29/2004

Marjorie Van Dusen
$5,000
4/7/2004

Jeremy Waletsky MD
$20,000
12/10/2003

Robert R Worth
$5,000
6/22/2004






Time Out Enterprises
$145,000


Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors
Anne Bartley
$120,000
9/2/2003




Wallace Global Fund
$100,000

Berger Montague PC
$100,000

Price Entities
$100,000

Boar's Head Provisions
$100,000

Falcon Management
$100,000

Partners for Progress
$100,000

Working Assets

Michael Hall Kieschnick
$100,000
3/23/2004



Mugar Group
$95,000

First New York Partners

Michael Ratner (Ellen Ratner's brother)
$75,000
6/18/2004

Michael Ratner
$20,000
5/21/2004




Great Atlantic Real Estate
$95,000

Bauman Foundation
$75,000

Washington Forest Law Center

Peter Goldman
$70,000
12/23/2003



Investor
Gerald Bronstein
$20,000
3/31/2004

Elizabeth M Cheatham
$5,000
4/7/2004

Debra Efroymson
$35,000
1/12/2004

Richard Gunther
$5,000
12/2/2003




Writer
Laurie Benenson
$5,000
2/9/2004

John B Henry
$10,000
3/23/2004

Bokara Legendre
$45,000
9/16/2003




Tufts University
Neva R Goodwin
$55,000
6/25/2004


Goldman Sachs
Philip Murphy
$50,000
6/4/2004





Cedar Street Group
Paul E Francis
$50,000
6/28/2004


Philanthropist

Eileen R Growald
$50,000
6/4/2004



Environmentalist
Paul Growald
$50,000
6/4/2004




Gunt Inc
Bruce S Jacobsen
$50,000
2/24/2004



Entrepreneur
Tom Hormel
$50,000
6/29/2004



Ring Group
$50,000

Leherds Ltd
$35,000

BellSouth Corp
$30,000

Attorney
Donald A Brown
$5,000
6/18/2004

E Marianne Gabel
$20,000
6/22/2004



Apax Partners
Alan J Patricof
$25,000
5/25/2004


Executive
Richard Gunther
$20,000
3/30/2004

Richard Gunther
$1,000
3/9/2004




Sunstone Press
$20,000

Advent Capital Management
$20,000

Quadrangle Group Llc
$20,000

Summit Partners
$20,000

Del Mar Partnership
$20,000

Sheet Metal Workers Union
$15,000

Psychotherapist
$15,000

Consultant
Anne H Hess
$15,000
3/31/2004


Musicianteacher

Judith Drake
$11,000
6/8/2004




Summit Foundation
$10,000

Artist
Olivia Bernard
$2,000
3/31/2004

Ellen Grobman
$8,000
3/23/2004





Falconwood Corp
$7,500

Guana Island Hotel Corp
$7,500

Community Activist
Julia Maher
$100
6/23/2004

Julia Maher
$5,000
6/18/2004




Ceptyr Inc
$5,000

Vyyo Inc
$5,000

Photographer

Lynn Stern
$5,000
5/25/2004



Duberstein Group
$5,000

DE Shaw Co , Lp
$5,000

Real Estate
Stephen Gunther
$5,000
3/31/2004



Passion Food Hospitality
$5,000

EMILY's List

Ellen R Malcolm (Media Fund top fundraiser, ACT (America Coming Together) founder and founder of EMILY'S LIST ( An acronym for “Early Money Is Like Yeast” because it “makes the dough rise)

$5,000
7/28/2003



Homemaker
Olga Mack
$5,000
6/11/2004



Cherbo Publishing
$5,000

George Family Foundation
$5,000

Multiplan Inc
$5,000

Physician

Armar A Strauss
$1,000
6/30/2004




NOTE: This data is based on records released by the Internal Revenue Service on Monday, August 23, 2004.

HOW TO READ THIS CHART: This chart lists the top donors to these committees during the 2004 election cycle.

Contributions may come from the organizations themselves or its individual members or employees or owners, and those individuals' immediate families. Organization totals include subsidiaries and affiliates.


18 posted on 08/24/2004 2:30:49 PM PDT by kcvl
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To: kcvl
Don't overlook

Joseph Sandler

, who is the

Democratic National Committee's General Counsel

, while

representing MoveOn.org simultaneously

.
19 posted on 08/24/2004 2:31:44 PM PDT by TommyDale
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To: kcvl; Jim Robinson; 68-69TonkinGulfYatchClub; RonDog; river rat; Squantos; CWOJackson; ...

WOW! EXCELLENT work, kcvl!!!!

Don't miss this list, Tonk and y'all!


20 posted on 08/24/2004 2:32:57 PM PDT by onyx (JohnKerry -- the standard bearer for the unbearable)
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To: backhoe


To add to "your" thread and your files.
Huge, huh?


21 posted on 08/24/2004 2:35:57 PM PDT by onyx (JohnKerry -- the standard bearer for the unbearable)
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To: onyx
MOUNT 52 REPEAT


22 posted on 08/24/2004 2:36:17 PM PDT by 68-69TonkinGulfYachtClub (Hanoi Jane and Hanoi Kerry sitting in a tree, sitting in a tree F-R-E-N-C-H-I-N-G)
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To: 68-69TonkinGulfYachtClub; kcvl

LOL!
Perfect.
I am so thrilled with kcvl's work.
This list is gold.


23 posted on 08/24/2004 2:37:13 PM PDT by onyx (JohnKerry -- the standard bearer for the unbearable)
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To: onyx; All
Thanks :o)

Have you seen the Newsmax.com 527 story?

24 posted on 08/24/2004 2:39:41 PM PDT by tame (Are you willing to do for the truth what leftists are willing to do for a lie?)
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To: kcvl
Impressive research, kcvl!

A caller to Tony Snow's show posed an interesting question. He recalled Kerry boasing early on he had the support of several world leaders and wondered if 527s have any rules against people who are not American citizens contributing to 527s. Tony did not know and promised to find out, but does anyone else know?

25 posted on 08/24/2004 2:40:19 PM PDT by uvular (Release your uncensored military, senatorial, and medical records, Mr. Kerry)
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To: kcvl

527 Organizations affiliated with Service Employees International Union





Pennsylvania Social Services Union
$0
$24,605

Service Employees International Union
$14,961,170
$7,104,600
X

Service Employees Intl Union Local 1199
$1,691,126
$1,678,812

Service Employees Intl Union Local 880
$309,071
$59,775


******


Seiu Local 113
$17,877
6/30/2004

Service Employees International Union
$1,745,000
6/30/2004

Seiu Local 73hc
$6,000
6/23/2004

Seiu Local 925
$20,083
6/16/2004

SEIU Conference of Firemen Oilers
$3,253
6/11/2004

SEIU Conference of Firemen Oilers
$5,140
6/11/2004

SEIU Local 758
$2,000
6/11/2004

Seiu Local 284
$46,820
6/3/2004

SEIU Local 660
$230,000
5/31/2004

SEIU/Massachusetts
$100,000
5/31/2004

Service Employees International Union
$1,745,000
5/27/2004

SEIU Conference of Firemen Oilers
$8,340
5/21/2004

SEIU Local 49
$1,200
5/19/2004

Seiu Local 105
$2,500
5/11/2004

Seiu Local 1994fo
$3,100
5/11/2004

SEIU Local 2028
$20,000
5/11/2004

Seiu Local 517m
$7,500
5/11/2004

Seiu Local 535
$24,399
5/11/2004

Seiu Local 284
$46,830
5/7/2004

SEIU Local 758
$1,000
5/7/2004

Service Employees International Union
$391,503
5/6/2004

Service Employees International Union
$1,745,000
5/5/2004

SEIU Local 509
$2,500
4/30/2004

Seiu Local 949
$14,000
4/30/2004

Seiu Local 1199 Wvkyoh
$76,470
4/29/2004

Seiu Local 199
$6,000
4/29/2004

SEIU Local 1107
$12,000
4/27/2004

Seiu Local 1199 Northwest
$50,000
4/27/2004

Seiu Local 150
$27,370
4/27/2004

Seiu Local 1877
$15,000
4/27/2004

Seiu Local 1984
$67,225
4/27/2004

Seiu Local 1989
$136,900
4/27/2004

SEIU Local 2020
$30,000
4/27/2004

Seiu Local 250
$200,000
4/27/2004

Seiu Local 26
$9,400
4/27/2004

Seiu Local 399
$78,000
4/27/2004

Seiu Local 4053
$240,000
4/27/2004

Seiu Local 500
$100,000
4/27/2004

Seiu Local 503
$80,000
4/27/2004

SEIU Local 509
$25,000
4/27/2004

Seiu Local 715
$45,400
4/27/2004

Seiu Local 74
$110,000
4/27/2004

SEIU Local 758
$5,000
4/27/2004

Seiu Local 79
$75,128
4/27/2004

Seiu Local 790
$57,980
4/27/2004

Seiu Local 82
$10,000
4/27/2004

Seiu Local 888
$10,000
4/27/2004

Seiu Local 925
$8,000
4/27/2004

Seiu Local 99
$50,000
4/27/2004

Seiu Local 1
$112,000
4/20/2004

Seiu Local 113
$20,000
4/20/2004

Seiu Local 284
$22,477
4/20/2004

SEIU Local 300
$4,000
4/20/2004

Seiu Local 517m
$14,631
4/20/2004

Seiu Local 668
$20,547
4/20/2004

Seiu Local 73
$15,750
4/20/2004

Seiu Local 73hc
$10,000
4/20/2004

SEIU Local 758
$5,000
4/20/2004

Seiu Local 96
$625
4/20/2004

Seiu Local 1199p
$130,000
4/15/2004

Seiu Local 99
$21,000
4/15/2004

Seiu Local 284
$46,830
4/12/2004

Seiu Local 1199 Wisconsin
$5,190
4/2/2004

Seiu Local 1994fo
$11,400
4/2/2004

SEIU Local 758
$3,327
4/2/2004

Service Employees International Union
$2,740,326
3/31/2004

Service Employees Intl Union Local 49
$5,469
3/31/2004

Seiu Local 517m
$50
3/30/2004

Seiu Local 73hc
$6,180
3/30/2004

Service Employees Intl Union Local 82
$239
3/30/2004

Service Employees Intl Union Local 113
$17,877
3/29/2004

Service Employees Intl Union/Mass
$100,000
3/24/2004

Service Employees Intl Union Local 925
$50,000
3/12/2004

Seiu Local 121rn
$430
3/10/2004

Seiu Conference of Firemen Oilers
$36,700
3/9/2004

Service Employees Intl Union Local 2000
$768
3/9/2004

Service Employees Intl Union Local 50
$410
3/9/2004

Service Employees Intl Union Local 96
$166
3/9/2004

Service Employees Intl Union Local 535
$610
3/2/2004

Service Employees Intl Union Local 715
$3,572
3/2/2004

Service Employees International Union
$1,694,674
2/27/2004

Service Employees Intl Union Local 49
$1,200
2/27/2004

Service Employees Intl Union Local 790
$59
2/27/2004

Seiu Local 400pg
$60,082
2/26/2004

Service Employees Intl Union Local 2000
$86
2/24/2004

Service Employees Intl Union Local 758
$5,000
2/18/2004

Service Employees Intl Union Local 790
$441
2/18/2004

Service Employees Intl Union Local 1199
$3,168
2/11/2004

Service Employees Intl Union Local 1107
$3,906
1/31/2004

Service Employees Intl Union Local 2028
$22,338
1/31/2004

Service Employees International Union
$1,256,948
1/16/2004

Service Employees Intl Union Local 722
$25,000
1/16/2004

Service Employees Intl Union Local 817
$6,000
1/14/2004

Seiu Local 400pg
$5,750
1/13/2004

Seiu Local 517m
$6,250
1/13/2004

Seiu Local 73hc
$5,000
1/13/2004

Service Employees Intl Union Local 1
$167,000
1/13/2004

Service Employees Intl Union Local 113
$50,000
1/13/2004

Service Employees Intl Union Local 300
$4,000
1/13/2004

Service Employees Intl Union Local 4
$50,000
1/13/2004

Service Employees Intl Union Local 526
$195,920
1/13/2004

Service Employees Intl Union Local 63
$3,500
1/13/2004

Service Employees Intl Union Local 668
$79,453
1/13/2004

Service Employees Intl Union Local 73
$60,750
1/13/2004

Service Employees Intl Union Local 758
$10,000
1/13/2004

Service Employees Intl Union Local 96
$625
1/13/2004

******


America Coming Together
$47,224
6/11/2004

America Coming Together
$28,592
6/7/2004

America Coming Together
$48,712
6/7/2004

******

Service Employees Intl Union Local 1199
$271,126
6/28/2004

Service Employees Intl Union Local 1199
$370,000
6/14/2004

Service Employees Intl Union Local 1199
$50,000
3/5/2004

Service Employees Intl Union Local 1199
$500,000
3/5/2004


******

Service Employees International Union: Expenditures
Total records: 167


21St Century Democrats, Washington, DC $5,000 3/2/2004 Contribution

Ab Quillian for Alderman, Dist. 4, Savannah, GA $1,000 9/23/2003 Contribution-Alderman Dist 4

AMERIPAC: THE FUND FOR A GREATER AMERICA, Washingt $5,000 5/12/2004 Contribution to Multi-Candidate PAC

AMERIPAC: THE FUND FOR A GREATER AMERICA, Washingt $5,000 10/24/2003 multi-candidate PAC

Annise Parker Campaign, Houston, TX $5,000 12/2/2003 Houston City Comptroller

Annise Parker Campaign, Houston, TX $2,000 10/14/2003 Houston City Comptroller

Arkansas Democratic Party, Little Rock, AR ($5,000) 2/25/2003 Contribution

Arkansas Democratic Party, Little Rock, AR ($5,000) 2/25/2003 Write-off Check#1761 for 2001

Art Hall Campaign, San Antonio, TX $500 4/17/2003 Art Hall (TX) City Council Dist. 8

Art Hall Campaign, San Antonio, TX $500 5/15/2003 Art Hall (TX) City Council Dist. 8

Art Hall Campaign, San Antonio, TX $500 4/17/2003 City Council District 8

Art Hall Campaign, San Antonio, TX $500 5/15/2003 City Council District 8

Baraasch for Attorney General, Harrisburg, PA $50,000 4/14/2004 Contribution -state Attorney General

Baraasch for Attorney General, Harrisburg, PA $50,000 4/20/2004 Contribution -state Attorney General

Bill White for Houston, Houston, TX $10,000 12/2/2003 Houston Mayoral Race

BLUE DOG POLITICAL ACTION COMMITTEE, WASHINGTON, D $5,000 5/6/2004 Contribution to Multi-Candidate PA

Bold Pac, Washington, DC $5,000 3/2/2004 Contribution

California Democratic Party, Los Angeles, CA $5,000 11/17/2003 Contribution

Campaign to Elect Toni Moorehouse, San Antonio, TX $500 4/17/2003 Toni Moorehouse (TX) City Council

Campaign to Elect Toni Moorehouse, San Antonio, TX $500 5/15/2003 Toni Moorehouse (TX) City Council

Carol Alvarado Campaign, Houston, TX $5,000 3/4/2004 Contribution - City Council Race

Casey for Auditor General, Scranton, PA $5,000 12/23/2003 Campaign for Auditor General

Chester A Dunham for Alderman, Post 2, Savannah, G $2,000 9/23/2003 Contribution Alderman Post 2

Chip Haass Campaign, San Antonio, TX $500 4/17/2003 Chip Haass (TX) City Council Dist. 10

Chip Haass Campaign, San Antonio, TX $500 4/17/2003 City Council District 10

Colorado Democratic Party-Federal Account, Denver, $250 5/17/2004 Contribution (AHC Table)

COMMITTEE FOR A DEMOCRATIC MAJORITY, Washington, D $5,000 6/11/2004 Contribution

Committee for a Progressive Congress, Washington, $5,000 5/14/2004 Contribution

Committee for Leadership and Progress, Bethesda, M $5,000 2/11/2004 Contribution to PAC

Committee to Elect Ken Atkins, Winooski, VT ($100) 2/25/2003 Contribution to Ken Atkins (House) VT

Committee to Elect Mark Larson, Burlington, VT ($200) 2/25/2003 Contribution to Mark Larson (House) VT

Committee to Elect Mark Larson, Burlington, VT ($200) 2/25/2003 Writeoff Ck 1390/Stale DTD

Committee to Elect Max Baer, Pittsburgh, PA $1,500 10/31/2003 Race for State Supreme Court

Committee to Elect Mike Fenton, Colchester, VT ($100) 2/25/2003 Contribution to Mike Fenton (House) VT

Committee to Elect Mike Fenton, Colchester, VT ($100) 2/25/2003 Write off Ck 1371/ Stale DTD

Committee to Elect Susan Wheeler, Burlington, VT ($100) 2/25/2003 Contribution to Susan Wheeler (House) VT

Committee to Elect Susan Wheeler, Burlington, VT ($100) 2/25/2003 Write off Ck 1383/Stale DTD

Committee to Re-Elect Mary Rose Wilcox, Phoenix, A $300 3/15/2004 Contribution -AZ Supervisor Race

Concept Foundry, Bethesda, MD $2,205 9/3/2003 Project Fee Election 2004 Website

Concept Foundry, Bethesda, MD $950 9/24/2003 Project Fee Election 2004 Website

Corbin, Margaret A, Glen Carbon, IL $20 11/25/2003 Refund Cope Deduction

CORPAC, Newark, NJ $5,000 3/31/2004 Contribution

CTSG, LLC, Eugene, OR $40,650 4/28/2004 website consulting

CTSG, LLC, Eugene, OR $17,825 9/30/2003 Consulting -Election 2004 Website

CTSG, LLC, Eugene, OR $12,000 4/28/2004 payments reduced previously reported deb

CTSG, LLC, Eugene, OR $11,098 9/12/2003 Consulting Charges Campaign Website

DASHPAC, Washington, DC $5,000 2/20/2004 Contribution to Pac

David Jones for Alderman, Dist. 1, Savannah, GA $1,000 9/23/2003 Contribution Alderman Dist 1

Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, Washi $15,000 3/19/2004 Contribution to DCC Membership

Democratic National Committee, Washington, DC $15,000 1/28/2003 Contribution to DNC

******


Service Employees International Union: Independent Expenditures for 2004 Cycle


AGAINST

Bush, George W (R) President $34,191

FOR

Dean, Howard (D) President $398
Mikulski, Barbara A (D-MD) Senate $242
Rodriguez, Ciro D (D-TX) House $31
Van Hollen, Chris (D-MD) House $242
Wynn, Albert R (D-MD) House $242



26 posted on 08/24/2004 2:42:22 PM PDT by kcvl
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To: Peach
Has ANYONE in the mainstream media reported on these ties?

Don't make me laugh -- and don't hold your breath waiting for them to do so.

27 posted on 08/24/2004 2:42:30 PM PDT by Wolfstar (Dork, dufus, dolt, dummy, dope, dweeb, Democrat — ain't alliteration grand!)
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To: Howlin

28 posted on 08/24/2004 2:42:47 PM PDT by Watery Tart (“I have the memory which is seared – seared – in me."`)
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To: Wolfstar

Come on! We need a good laugh.

Old Media is well on it's way to being irrelevant. Like Old Europe and the UN.

They just don't know it yet.


29 posted on 08/24/2004 2:44:49 PM PDT by Peach (The Clinton's pardoned more terrorists than they ever captured or killed.)
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To: kcvl

that is a lot of money to fund a losing effort


30 posted on 08/24/2004 2:57:19 PM PDT by erik22lax
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To: Peach
Well, if we need a good laugh, here's the nation's #1 Dork making like Miss Liberty (actually, he was giving a thumb's up to someone, but the photographer framed the pic just so preciously):

And here's the Dork trying to suck up to some sweet young girl on the way over to Liberty Island -- and she doesn't appear to want anything to do with him. Notice how everyone seems so grim. Being in Kerry's presence must be just a barrel of laughs.

Earlier in the day, the nation's #1 Dweeb appeared at Cooper Union with a not-so-subtle bust of Abe Lincoln sharing the stage (Sheesh! Talk about hokey. "Hi, I'm John Kerry, and it's no accident I almost look like Honest Abe. Why, we're practically related!"):


31 posted on 08/24/2004 2:59:16 PM PDT by Wolfstar (Dork, dufus, dolt, dummy, dope, dweeb, Democrat — ain't alliteration grand!)
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To: kcvl

MoveOn.org
Top Contributors, 2004 Cycle



Top Contributors

Soros Fund Management/George Soros
$2,601,000

Progressive Corp/Peter B Lewis
$2,500,000

Shangri-La Entertainment/Steve Bing
$971,777

Retired
$309,751

Businessman
$281,300

Shout! Factory
$100,000

Cullman Foundation/Cullman Ventures
$100,000

Writer
$82,352

Psychologist
$64,036

Author
$63,595

Homemaker
$45,724

Investor
$39,538

Attorney
$33,514

Consultant
$29,583

Self
$27,763

Actor
$26,506

Artist
$23,110

Physician
$20,878

National Legal Aid & Defender Assoc
$19,999

Psychotherapist
$17,900

Musician
$16,290

Self-Employed
$14,857

Lawyer
$13,700

Working Assets
$13,530

University of California
$12,567

Business Executive
$11,000

Beth Isreal Deaconess Medical Center
$11,000

None
$10,720

Puma Springs Vineyards
$10,500

Changing Horizons Fund/John A Harris IV
$10,000

Unemployed
$9,440

Acusis Llc
$8,750

Microsoft Corp
$8,701

Student
$7,925

Massachusetts Institute of Technology
$7,759

Columbia University
$7,750

Organizational Consultant
$7,500

Architect
$7,500

Philanthropist
$6,300

Harvard University
$6,165

Time Warner
$6,100

Photographer
$6,080

Garageband Records
$6,000

Mother
$5,800

University of Pennsylvania
$5,560

Researcher
$5,300

Publisher
$5,281

Epic Roots Inc
$5,250

Northwestern University
$5,150

IBM Corp
$5,129

TV Director
$5,000

Feldenkrais Teacher
$5,000

Park Foundation
$5,000

Navarre Co
$4,910

Pacific Bakery
$4,860

Engineer
$4,790

Vanderbilt University
$4,590

University of Arizona
$4,500

Cornell University
$4,496

Composer
$4,405

Social Worker
$4,400

Mackenzie Patterson Inc
$4,250

Builder
$4,175

Ulniversity of California/Los Angeles
$4,175

California State University
$4,005

Stanford University
$4,000

University of Michigan
$4,000

Ohio Retina Assoc
$4,000

Research Assistant
$4,000

State University of New York
$3,975

Film Producer
$3,959

Walt Disney Co
$3,930

Filmmaker
$3,610

Feminist Majority
$3,500

Nonprofit Executive
$3,500

Realtor
$3,500

Yale University
$3,495

Teacher
$3,472

Farmer
$3,470

Educator
$3,460

Software Developer
$3,390

Sculptor
$3,225

Citigroup Inc
$3,214

Princeton University
$3,135

O'Connor Ventures
$3,000

Habitat for Humanity
$3,000

Home Maker
$3,000

Md
$2,980

Real Estate Broker
$2,950

University of Washington
$2,910

University of Chicago
$2,855

Accountant
$2,831

Professor
$2,800

Investments
$2,725

Intellitools Inc
$2,700

Designer
$2,675

New York University
$2,656

US Navy
$2,645

Computer Programmer
$2,600

Medstudy Corp
$2,600

University of Texas
$2,540

Suttlelaw Pc
$2,530

Mediator
$2,505

City & County of San Francisco
$2,500

Child Psychologist
$2,500

Zentek Technology
$2,500

Shaler Adams Foundation
$2,500

San Francisco School District
$2,500

Actress
$2,456

Rutgers University
$2,450

Programmer
$2,450

Apple Computer
$2,415

University of Massachusetts
$2,410

Freelance Writer
$2,370

Analyst
$2,351

Dentist
$2,325

Private Investor
$2,280

Scientist
$2,275

Data Applications & Technology Assoc
$2,250

Real Estate
$2,250

University of Oregon
$2,195

University of Tennessee
$2,180

Business Owner
$2,135

Mt Sinai Medical Center
$2,134

Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
$2,130

Adobe Systems
$2,120

Management Consultant
$2,105

Poet
$2,100

University of Virginia
$2,100

Real Estate Developer
$2,050

Entrepreneur
$2,025

Harold Simmons Foundation
$2,000

Bpi Llc
$2,000

College Track
$2,000

Conceptual
$2,000

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
$2,000

Millennium Pharmaceuticals
$2,000

Marchesi De' Frscobaldi
$2,000

TV Writer-Administrator
$1,999

Communications Consultant
$1,965

US Government
$1,960

Viacom Inc
$1,950

State Of California
$1,950

Property Manager
$1,890

Producer
$1,875

First Security Loan
$1,860

Massachusetts General Hospital
$1,830

University of Maryland
$1,830

Ohio State University
$1,820

Writers
$1,800

University of Minnesota
$1,800

Sun Microsystems
$1,780

Colorbok
$1,730

Prior Artisans LLC
$1,720

Piano Teacher
$1,700

Era Elite Group
$1,700

Me
$1,700

Small Business Owner
$1,700

Duke University
$1,630

Xenoport Inc
$1,600

Bob Industries
$1,600

Graphic Designer
$1,600

Macromedia
$1,580

Chiropractor
$1,575

Sonoma State University
$1,570

Volunteer
$1,550

Common School, Fort River School
$1,550

Lsny-Bronx
$1,530

Georgetown University Law Center
$1,530

Ulniversity of California/Berkeley
$1,505

Advertising
$1,500

Case Western Reserve University
$1,500

Fleet Gazelle
$1,500

University of Colorado
$1,500

Roger G Worthington PC
$1,500

Artist/Musician
$1,500

Financial Advisor
$1,500

Nouveau Eyewear
$1,500

Television Graphic Designer
$1,500

Investment Advisor
$1,500

Kids Behavioral Health
$1,500

Willkie, Farr & Gallaghen
$1,500

Counselor
$1,480

Caltech
$1,480

Indiana University
$1,475

Alameda County
$1,450

National Institutes of Health
$1,450

University of Wisconsin
$1,450

University of New Mexico
$1,435

Hewlett-Packard
$1,430

At Home
$1,425

University of Iowa
$1,405

Brandeis University
$1,400

Songwriter
$1,400

Mortgage Broker
$1,400

World Health Organization
$1,400

Editor
$1,400

Rancher
$1,400

University of Illinois
$1,384

Contractor
$1,350

Stiles Hall
$1,350

Clinical Psychologist
$1,350

McHenry County College
$1,350

Urban Institute
$1,340

Painter
$1,336

General Electric
$1,330

CPA
$1,320

Healthcare Partners
$1,305

What Are Records?
$1,300

Software Consultant
$1,290

BEA Systems
$1,285

General Motors
$1,275

Icsi
$1,270

Finance
$1,270

Community Volunteer
$1,270

Tax Preparer
$1,250

Real Estate Investor
$1,250

Aspen Group
$1,250

Writer/Novelist & Journalist
$1,250

Television Producer
$1,250

Nurse Midwife
$1,250

Translator
$1,250

So Ca Assoc of Nonprofit Housing
$1,250

Fat Wreck Chords
$1,250

University of Georgia
$1,245

Thomson
$1,240

Colorado State University
$1,235

Vha
$1,230

Screenwriter/Film Producer
$1,210

Milberg, Weiss et al
$1,205

Fair Isaac Corp
$1,205

Rhythm & Hues Studios
$1,200

O'Reilly & Assoc
$1,200

Writer/Consultant
$1,200

Northeastern University
$1,200

Determined Productions
$1,200

Natural Resources Defense Council
$1,200

Wells Fargo
$1,200

Willie Nelson Music
$1,200

Rice University
$1,199

American Friends Service Cmte
$1,195

Franklin-Covey
$1,175

Carpenter
$1,175

Psychologist/Singer
$1,150

Potter
$1,150

Intel Corp
$1,150

Therasense Inc
$1,130

West Marine
$1,125

Investment Management
$1,120

Morgan Stanley
$1,119

CMP Media
$1,100

Music Teacher
$1,100

Retired/Berkshire Life
$1,100

Parks, Chesin & Walbert
$1,100

Dartmouth Public Schools
$1,100

Clark Public Utilities
$1,100

Yahoo! Inc
$1,100

University of North Carolina
$1,094

Manager
$1,081

Oregon Health & Science University
$1,080

Computer Consultant
$1,080

Mounds Park Academy
$1,065

Starsys Research
$1,050

University of Miami
$1,050

San Francisco State University
$1,050

Applied Marine Sciences
$1,050

Art Director
$1,050

Ford Motor Co
$1,040

Hoover Management
$1,030

Doty Scientific Inc
$1,030

Harwood Properties
$1,030

Us Government Dot Faa
$1,030

International Organization
$1,030

Susan
$1,030

Monterey Pasta
$1,030

Media Strategies & Research
$1,030

Highland Blue Pictures
$1,030

Apico
$1,030

Astrologer
$1,025

Pumatech Inc
$1,020

Trial Lawyer
$1,010

College Park Bicycles
$1,005

Burton Snowboards
$1,000

Idexx
$1,000

Antidote Films
$1,000

Real Estate Investment
$1,000

Hamsterhead Inc
$1,000

Pfc Financial Services Inc
$1,000

Deluca & Weizenbaum
$1,000

Testex
$1,000

Third Millennium On-Line Products
$1,000

Private Dispute Neutral
$1,000

Commonwealth Club of California
$1,000

Nurse Epidemiologist
$1,000

Dsc Inc
$1,000

Wise Corp
$1,000

Cammar Research
$1,000

San Juan Unified School District
$1,000

Invester
$1,000

R/D Tech Insts
$1,000

Integrity Interactive Corp
$1,000

Hoosic River Watershed Assn
$1,000

Brown University
$1,000

Exeter Life Sciences
$1,000

Clark University
$1,000

Matrix Semiconductor
$1,000

Savela & Assoc
$1,000

X-Ray Assoc of New Mexico
$1,000

Nims Assoc
$1,000

Lee & Smith
$1,000

Commercial Photographer
$1,000

San Francisco Public Health Department
$1,000

Brown Aviation Tool
$1,000

El Rio Productions/Bernal Bech Films
$1,000

SP Holdings Inc
$1,000

Events Management
$1,000

Young & Rubicam
$1,000

New Santana Band Inc
$1,000

Quality Publishing
$1,000

Temple Israel, Boston
$1,000

Clifford Law Offices
$1,000

Electronic Partnering Ltd
$1,000

US Department of Agriculture
$1,000

Alcatel
$1,000

Css Assoc Architects
$1,000

Attorney/Developer
$1,000

Jim & Angela Margolis
$1,000

St Joseph Hospital
$1,000

Computer Systems Analyst
$1,000

Yale
$1,000

Medical Student
$1,000

Midwest Cardiovascular Specialists
$1,000

Hands On Portland
$1,000

Mscotnan
$1,000

Apco
$1,000

Screenwriter
$1,000

Grantmaker
$1,000

Movie Director
$1,000

Epa
$1,000

Barr Rosenberg Research Center
$1,000

Solar Education
$1,000

Alj
$1,000

Tapley Associates Inc
$1,000

Managed Care Support Systems
$1,000

Milwaukee Area Technical College
$1,000

Conractors Career Centers
$1,000

Iea
$1,000

Lillee Inc
$1,000

Priority One Financial Services
$1,000

Asa Inc
$1,000

Eyebeam
$1,000

Perlegen Sciences
$1,000


******

Businessman


John Hunting
$40,000
5/21/2004

Adam Lewis
$15,000
2/17/2004

spencer pearson
$200
2/12/2004

spencer pearson
$100
1/14/2004

Jared Polis
$200,000
4/22/2004

Jonathan Rose
$25,000
12/30/2003

norm woodel
$500
4/22/2004

norm woodel
$500
4/21/2004

******

Writer


Jane E Aaron
$250
10/23/2003

Ernst Aebi
$200
10/23/2003

Robert J Alphin
$60
2/13/2004

Robert J Alphin
$153
1/5/2004

Lynn Anderson
$250
11/12/2003

Robert Anderson
$200
11/13/2003

carmen anthony
$200
12/9/2003

elaine attias
$30
11/3/2003

elaine attias
$500
10/24/2003

Don Banducci
$100
3/11/2004

Don Banducci
$100
1/14/2004

Russell Banks
$250
10/24/2003

Betty Bardige
$200
2/12/2004

Peter Barnes
$500
12/4/2003

Henry Bean
$200
11/11/2003

Roy Beauchamp
$100
12/4/2003

Roy Beauchamp
$100
11/11/2003

peter benzoni
$500
11/21/2003

Jennifer Berkowitz
$200
1/13/2004

Sharon Bertsch
$200
4/21/2004

Kate Blackwell
$100
11/21/2003

Kate Blackwell
$100
11/11/2003

John Boeschen
$25
11/21/2003

John Boeschen
$25
11/11/2003

John Boeschen
$200
10/23/2003

Loraine Boyle
$300
11/4/2003

Loraine Boyle
$100
10/24/2003

Jane Brackman
$100
3/12/2004

Jane Brackman
$200
2/12/2004

Jane Brackman
$100
11/21/2003

Jane Brackman
$250
11/11/2003

Jane Brackman
$150
10/23/2003

Bettye Brill
$75
11/21/2003

Bettye Brill
$250
10/22/2003

William Broder
$100
11/21/2003

William Broder
$200
10/22/2003

William Broder
$200
3/11/2004

William Broder
$100
1/20/2004

William Broyles
$500
11/3/2003

Kimberlee Carlson
$250
11/21/2003

KJ Chadwick
$500
11/11/2003

Kim Chernin
$500
10/22/2003

Denis Clifford
$60
2/11/2004

Denis Clifford
$50
1/20/2004

Denis Clifford
$100
1/6/2004

Peter Clothier
$50
11/13/2003

Peter Clothier
$50
11/3/2003

Peter Clothier
$100
10/24/2003

Helena Cobban
$300
11/11/2003

Gerard F Conway
$30
2/13/2004

Gerard F Conway
$200
1/14/2004

Judy F Crichton
$250
10/23/2003

Frank Darabont
$500
2/12/2004

sheri Davenport
$25
12/4/2003

sheri Davenport
$40
11/25/2003

sheri Davenport
$50
11/3/2003

sheri Davenport
$100
10/22/2003

Emil Davidson
$50
11/21/2003

Emil Davidson
$100
11/12/2003

Emil Davidson
$50
10/24/2003

Judith Davidson
$100
3/16/2004

Judith Davidson
$100
1/20/2004

Judith Davidson
$100
12/4/2003

Judith Davidson
$100
11/22/2003

Judith Davidson
$100
11/11/2003

Judith Davidson
$100
11/3/2003

Bronwen Denton-Davis
$100
3/11/2004

Bronwen Denton-Davis
$100
1/20/2004

Bronwen Denton-Davis
$100
1/13/2004

Diana Digges
$300
11/3/2003

Annie Dillard
$300
2/13/2004

Annie Dillard
$500
1/20/2004

Annie Dillard
$500
12/4/2003

Diana Dillaway
$100
1/20/2004

Joseph Dougherty
$100
11/21/2003

Joseph Dougherty
$100
10/23/2003

Christian Draz
$200
10/23/2003

David D Dunkak
$100
3/11/2004

David D Dunkak
$30
2/11/2004

David D Dunkak
$100
1/20/2004

David D Dunkak
$100
1/13/2004

M Fain
$200
11/11/2003

bryce ferguon
$250
2/6/2004

Carol Field
$150
11/6/2003

Carol Field
$50
11/3/2003

Laraine Flemming
$200
10/22/2003

Patricia Forbes
$100
11/21/2003

Patricia Forbes
$200
10/25/2003

Ernest Frankel
$100
12/4/2003

Ernest Frankel
$100
10/23/2003

Alex Gansa
$200
12/4/2003

Gloria Garvin
$100
11/11/2003

Gloria Garvin
$100
11/4/2003

Ari Gold
$1,000
11/13/2003

Lynn gordon
$200
10/24/2003

Linda Greider
$125
11/25/2003

Linda Greider
$100
11/21/2003

Patricia R Hanavan
$50
12/4/2003

Patricia R Hanavan
$100
11/17/2003

Patricia R Hanavan
$50
10/23/2003

Joan Harvey
$200
11/12/2003

Joan Harvey
$200
10/24/2003

Martin Hason
$100
12/1/2003

Martin Hason
$100
11/4/2003

Martin Hason
$200
10/29/2003

Richard Hatem
$100
11/21/2003

Richard Hatem
$100
10/23/2003

John Henry
$10,000
4/22/2004

John Henry
$2,000
12/30/2003

Ellen Herman
$100
11/21/2003

Ellen Herman
$100
10/23/2003

Carol Hess
$200
10/23/2003

Jim Houghton
$50
12/6/2003

Jim Houghton
$50
11/21/2003

Jim Houghton
$250
10/24/2003

miles jaffe
$30
2/14/2004

miles jaffe
$250
2/14/2004

Garrison Keillor
$250
3/11/2004

Garrison Keillor
$500
10/28/2003

Frances Kennedy
$1,000
1/14/2004

Sheila Kerrigan
$100
12/4/2003

Sheila Kerrigan
$100
10/24/2003

Joseph King
$100
11/21/2003

Joseph King
$100
11/12/2003

William Klaber
$60
3/11/2004

William Klaber
$250
3/11/2004

Nancy Kricorian
$200
1/20/2004

Nancy Kricorian
$250
12/4/2003

Nancy Kricorian
$300
10/24/2003

Elise W Kroeber
$70
11/26/2003

Elise W Kroeber
$50
11/21/2003

Elise W Kroeber
$200
10/22/2003

Lisa Kroeber
$30
2/13/2004

Lisa Kroeber
$500
1/13/2004

seth kurland
$10
3/4/2004

seth kurland
$30
3/4/2004

seth kurland
$200
1/14/2004

Mark Kurlansky
$100
12/4/2003

Henry Lentfer
$30
2/11/2004

Henry Lentfer
$200
1/13/2004

john leslie
$200
10/22/2003

Alex Levitch
$200
12/4/2003

Philip E Mackey
$100
11/21/2003

Philip E Mackey
$100
11/11/2003

Carol Maurer
$500
10/23/2003

Todd J McCaffrey
$200
2/12/2004

Cynthia McGrath
$100
12/9/2003

Cynthia McGrath
$100
10/23/2003

Jim Miller
$25
12/4/2003

Jim Miller
$25
11/21/2003

Jim Miller
$200
10/23/2003

Ellinor R Mitchell
$306
12/23/2003

Ellinor R Mitchell
$25
12/4/2003

Ellinor R Mitchell
$35
11/4/2003

David B Mixner
$250
10/24/2003

Sophia Nardin
$200
12/5/2003

Sophia Nardin
$100
11/21/2003

Deborah Nedelman
$125
11/26/2003

Deborah Nedelman
$250
11/12/2003

Deborah Nedelman
$50
11/3/2003

Philip Nobel
$200
11/21/2003

Eric Oatman
$100
11/21/2003

Eric Oatman
$100
10/23/2003

MICHAEL OLIVER
$200
12/10/2003

Shirley J Orlich
$250
1/18/2004

Caroline Paul
$500
1/15/2004

Creighton Peet
$100
3/11/2004

Creighton Peet
$30
2/12/2004

Creighton Peet
$100
1/13/2004

Creighton Peet
$200
12/4/2003

Creighton Peet
$40
11/25/2003

Creighton Peet
$100
11/25/2003

Creighton Peet
$200
11/21/2003

Creighton Peet
$50
11/3/2003

Creighton Peet
$100
10/24/2003

Jennifer Phillips
$200
2/12/2004

Dean Pitchford
$250
11/11/2003

Ann Cox Porter
$200
10/23/2003

William Prady
$500
1/13/2004

William Prady
$100
11/3/2003

William Prady
$500
10/23/2003

Katharine M Preston
$50
12/9/2003

Katharine M Preston
$50
11/13/2003

Katharine M Preston
$100
10/22/2003

James Rado
$100
2/12/2004

loretta redd
$50
11/12/2003

loretta redd
$250
11/5/2003

LOIS B REDISCH
$100
11/3/2003

LOIS B REDISCH
$300
10/22/2003

David Rigsby
$1,000
6/7/2004

Mary Doria Russell
$500
11/11/2003

Marianne Russo
$1,000
3/11/2004

Marianne Russo
$50
1/20/2004

Robert C Samuels
$50
12/4/2003

Robert C Samuels
$100
11/21/2003

Robert C Samuels
$30
11/3/2003

Robert C Samuels
$50
10/23/2003

Julie Schecter
$300
11/11/2003

emily malino scheuer
$250
12/11/2003

Benjamin Schwartz
$200
3/11/2004

Philip Shabecoff
$200
10/23/2003

Lawrence Shainberg
$100
12/4/2003

Lawrence Shainberg
$500
11/21/2003

Lawrence Shainberg
$30
11/3/2003

Lawrence Shainberg
$500
10/28/2003

Lawrence Shainberg
$500
1/20/2004

Lawrence Shainberg
$303
1/6/2004

Peter Sills
$250
12/1/2003

Peter Sills
$100
11/4/2003

David Simkins
$200
1/14/2004

Leilani Squire
$200
10/24/2003

Janie Starr
$100
11/21/2003

Janie Starr
$100
10/22/2003

Jean Stein
$10,000
11/6/2003

Mary Sternb
$500
11/30/2003

Cynthia Sterne
$200
10/27/2003

Daniel A Stranahan
$200
11/17/2003

Ida Swearingen
$25
12/5/2003

Ida Swearingen
$50
11/12/2003

Ida Swearingen
$200
10/24/2003

sarah sweedler
$200
11/11/2003

Marc Szeftel
$25
3/11/2004

Marc Szeftel
$100
2/12/2004

Marc Szeftel
$100
1/20/2004

Marc Szeftel
$200
1/13/2004

Marc W Szeftel
$100
12/4/2003

Marc W Szeftel
$200
11/21/2003

Marc W Szeftel
$200
10/22/2003

Pat Taub
$100
12/4/2003

Pat Taub
$100
11/11/2003

Pat Taub
$50
11/3/2003

Tess Clark
$30
11/3/2003

Tess Clark
$200
10/23/2003

Katherine Thompson
$450
4/21/2004

Rae Thompson
$100
11/25/2003

Rae Thompson
$100
10/23/2003

jack thorndike
$200
11/23/2003

jack thorndike
$200
10/23/2003

Andrew Tobias
$1,000
4/26/2004

Andrew Tobias
$1,000
3/14/2004

Andrew Tobias
$60
2/14/2004

Andrew Tobias
$1,000
2/13/2004

Andrew Tobias
$5,000
1/23/2004

Andrew Tobias
$2,500
1/15/2004

Andrew Tobias
$100
11/30/2003

Andrew Tobias
$1,000
11/21/2003

Andrew Tobias
$2,000
11/12/2003

Andrew Tobias
$1,000
10/26/2003

nathaniel tripp
$200
11/21/2003

Jean Vogele
$100
11/12/2003

Jean Vogele
$100
10/23/2003

e weber
$100
11/21/2003

e weber
$100
11/11/2003

Florence Weinberg
$250
10/22/2003

Paul West
$200
2/12/2004

Mary F White
$250
12/4/2003

Mary F White
$50
11/24/2003

Mary F White
$150
10/22/2003

Wheelock Whitney III
$250
1/30/2004

Wheelock Whitney III
$100
12/4/2003

Wheelock Whitney III
$100
11/21/2003

Lynne Wikoff
$250
11/21/2003

Hope Winsborough
$100
11/13/2003

Hope Winsborough
$100
10/24/2003

Lisa Zhito
$100
3/11/2004

Lisa Zhito
$100
1/13/2004


******

Psychologist


gerald bauman
$50
11/10/2003

gerald bauman
$100
10/25/2003

gerald bauman
$100
10/23/2003

Rosmarie Bogner
$300
10/22/2003

Tara Brach
$300
11/11/2003

Tara Brach
$300
10/22/2003

Jennifer Bryan
$100
11/30/2003

Jennifer Bryan
$100
11/11/2003

Howard Buten
$100
3/11/2004

Howard Buten
$200
2/12/2004

Howard Buten
$200
1/20/2004

Edward Cable
$100
3/13/2004

Edward Cable
$200
1/13/2004

stephanie evans evans
$250
11/3/2003

meredith fuller
$200
10/24/2003

Gail Furman
$50,000
3/25/2004

Ruth L Greenberg
$200
11/12/2003

Judith E Greenwald
$100
12/4/2003

Judith E Greenwald
$100
11/11/2003

Judith E Greenwald
$100
10/24/2003

dr dana lehman
$200
10/24/2003

David R Matteson
$200
10/22/2003

Holly McMillan
$125
11/25/2003

Holly McMillan
$50
11/3/2003

Holly McMillan
$300
10/22/2003

Beth Miller
$200
10/23/2003

virginia newton
$100
11/26/2003

virginia newton
$100
11/21/2003

Gail Oakley
$200
10/23/2003

Heidi Perryman, PhD
$100
11/12/2003

Heidi Perryman, PhD
$100
10/25/2003

Barbara Rosen
$250
11/21/2003

Martha D Rothstein
$306
12/26/2003

Martha D Rothstein
$70
11/26/2003

Martha D Rothstein
$50
11/21/2003

Martha D Rothstein
$35
11/10/2003

Martha D Rothstein
$40
11/4/2003

Martha D Rothstein
$200
10/22/2003

Ed Rounds
$500
11/11/2003

Ed Rounds
$500
10/24/2003

barbara Sachs
$250
12/4/2003

Judy Salzman
$50
2/12/2004

Judy Salzman
$50
1/22/2004

Judy Salzman
$100
1/14/2004

Judy Salzman
$125
11/26/2003

Judy Salzman
$50
11/21/2003

Judy Salzman
$50
11/11/2003

Judy Salzman
$50
11/3/2003

Judy Salzman
$250
10/22/2003

Jeannette Samanen
$100
12/8/2003

Jeannette Samanen
$100
11/12/2003

Jessica Schairer, PhD
$300
10/23/2003

marian schmidt
$300
10/24/2003

Jeanne Segal
$250
12/4/2003

Jeanne Segal
$250
10/22/2003

Gail Shafarman
$50
12/4/2003

Gail Shafarman
$50
11/21/2003

Gail Shafarman
$50
10/24/2003

Gail Shafarman
$50
10/23/2003

Susan Shamos
$150
11/21/2003

Susan Shamos
$150
10/23/2003

rob silzer
$200
11/30/2003

Donald Stover
$200
10/24/2003

Barbara Stuart
$125
11/25/2003

Barbara Stuart
$250
10/29/2003

Jill Suttie
$400
3/12/2004

Jill Suttie
$30
2/13/2004

Valerie Tarico
$1,000
10/22/2003

GARY TUCKMAN PHD
$1,000
4/13/2004

Leopoldo F Villela
$100
11/21/2003

Leopoldo F Villela
$100
10/24/2003

Rachel Walker
$30
2/12/2004

Rachel Walker
$500
1/20/2004

William Wedin, PhD
$100
11/3/2003

William Wedin, PhD
$100
10/24/2003

Gail Zivin, PhD
$200
12/30/2003

Gail Zivin, PhD
$200
11/12/2003


******


Author


Tom Burt
$100
2/12/2004

Tom Burt
$100
1/20/2004

Howard Buten
$100
12/4/2003

Howard Buten
$100
11/21/2003

Howard Buten
$100
11/11/2003

Robb Dew
$200
11/21/2003

Robb Dew
$200
10/23/2003

Susan Drake
$40
11/25/2003

Susan Drake
$200
10/23/2003

kathleen duey
$70
11/25/2003

kathleen duey
$75
11/11/2003

kathleen duey
$100
10/30/2003

Virginia Fowler
$50,000
4/22/2004

Frances Hanckel
$1,000
4/21/2004

wendy orange
$400
10/22/2003

Alan Rosenus
$75
11/11/2003

Alan Rosenus
$35
11/3/2003

Alan Rosenus
$200
10/22/2003

Karin Slaughter
$300
1/15/2004

Suzannah Sloan
$100
11/11/2003

Suzannah Sloan
$100
10/23/2003

Jean Stein
$10,000
1/10/2004


******

Actor

Sonja Berggren
$250
11/21/2003

Raymond Bokhour
$200
10/23/2003

Eric Brooks
$200
12/4/2003

Eric Brooks
$125
11/25/2003

Eric Brooks
$50
11/24/2003

Eric Brooks
$50
10/23/2003

Peter Coyote
$350
10/25/2003

Bruce Cronander
$250
3/17/2004

Matt Damon
$20,000
6/24/2004

Robert Foxworth
$100
11/21/2003

Robert Foxworth
$200
11/13/2003

Robert Foxworth
$75
11/3/2003

Scott Lowell
$200
2/13/2004

Jay S Potter
$156
12/23/2003

Jay S Potter
$100
10/24/2003

Stephen N Spinella
$100
12/4/2003

Stephen N Spinella
$100
11/11/2003

norm woodel
$2,000
3/29/2004


******

Physician

George H AllisonM/D
$100
12/4/2003

George H AllisonM/D
$100
11/22/2003

Marcia Angle
$250
10/22/2003

Jim Auerbach
$100
11/13/2003

Jim Auerbach
$100
10/25/2003

Hector Battifora, MD
$100
3/11/2004

Hector Battifora, MD
$30
2/12/2004

Hector Battifora, MD
$100
1/20/2004

Hector Battifora, MD
$100
1/14/2004

Hector Battifora, MD
$100
11/11/2003

Hector Battifora, MD
$30
11/3/2003

Hector Battifora, MD
$200
10/23/2003

laszlo boros
$200
1/14/2004

Marjorie Braude
$125
11/27/2003

Marjorie Braude
$300
10/23/2003

Marjorie Braude MD
$300
3/11/2004

Stu Breisch
$200
11/12/2003

Chris Centeno
$100
1/20/2004

Chris Centeno
$100
1/14/2004

Ruth Lynn Craig
$200
1/13/2004

Tina Dobsevage
$30
2/16/2004

Tina Dobsevage
$40
1/20/2004

Tina Dobsevage
$153
1/4/2004

Tina Dobsevage
$50
12/6/2003

Tina Dobsevage
$70
11/25/2003

Tina Dobsevage
$50
11/21/2003

Tina Dobsevage
$50
11/4/2003

Penny Douthwaite
$50
12/4/2003

Penny Douthwaite
$50
11/21/2003

Penny Douthwaite
$50
11/11/2003

Penny Douthwaite
$100
10/23/2003

Woodruff Emlen MD
$250
1/13/2004

glenn englander
$250
11/23/2003

dennis evans
$100
11/26/2003

dennis evans
$50
11/5/2003

dennis evans
$100
10/23/2003

Richard Evans
$300
12/6/2003

Bruce Ferguson, MD
$100
11/3/2003

Bruce Ferguson, MD
$200
10/22/2003

Irene Gage
$500
11/21/2003

Alfred Gellhorn
$200
11/30/2003

Ronald Gold
$100
12/4/2003

Ronald Gold
$100
11/10/2003

Ronald Gold
$100
10/29/2003

toni greatrex
$100
11/17/2003

toni greatrex
$250
10/30/2003

Ilene Grossbard
$200
2/29/2004

Marcia Guidoni
$50
12/10/2003

Marcia Guidoni
$50
11/21/2003

Marcia Guidoni
$50
11/3/2003

Marcia Guidoni
$100
10/24/2003

Dale Gunn, MD
$100
3/15/2004

Dale Gunn, MD
$100
2/12/2004

Laura Hart
$250
10/24/2003

Sidney E Henderson III
$200
11/21/2003

Jonathan House
$100
12/4/2003

Jonathan House
$100
11/21/2003

Jonathan House
$100
11/11/2003

Jonathan House
$30
11/3/2003

henry kaminer
$100
11/11/2003

henry kaminer
$100
10/22/2003

John T Kane
$30
11/3/2003

John T Kane
$300
10/23/2003

Patrick Kane
$500
12/30/2003

joan a kedziora md
$100
11/25/2003

dharma s khalsa
$500
11/21/2003

Ruth Larson
$200
11/22/2003

Panna Lossy
$500
3/11/2004

Panna Lossy
$100
1/21/2004

C Ashley McAllen MD
$200
2/18/2004

john mccarthy
$100
12/4/2003

john mccarthy
$100
11/19/2003

Lambert McLaurin
$100
12/4/2003

Lambert McLaurin
$100
10/24/2003

Kay and Bob Merrick
$120
2/17/2004

Kay and Bob Merrick
$200
1/20/2004

Joyce E Myers, MD
$50
12/6/2003

Joyce E Myers, MD
$50
11/23/2003

Joyce E Myers, MD
$100
10/24/2003

Deena J Nelson
$200
1/30/2004

Barbara and David Osher
$1,500
3/9/2004

Robert C Palmer, MD
$70
11/25/2003

Robert C Palmer, MD
$30
11/3/2003

Robert C Palmer, MD
$100
10/24/2003

Patricia Parsley
$40
11/25/2003

Patricia Parsley
$100
11/13/2003

Patricia Parsley
$100
10/27/2003

William E Perkins
$200
12/7/2003

Kenneth Porter
$300
12/9/2003

Paul Sanders
$250
10/24/2003

Graciela Abelin Sas,MD
$100
11/23/2003

Graciela Abelin Sas,MD
$100
11/3/2003

Lisa Scales
$30
2/13/2004

Lisa Scales
$500
1/14/2004

Lisa Scales
$1,000
11/11/2003

Lisa Scales
$500
11/3/2003

Edward Schroering
$200
2/28/2004

Edward Schroering
$300
11/11/2003

Margaret Sowerwine
$100
11/22/2003

Margaret Sowerwine
$200
10/25/2003

Selwyn M Spray
$50
12/4/2003

Selwyn M Spray
$100
11/21/2003

Selwyn M Spray
$100
11/3/2003

Selwyn M Spray
$250
10/22/2003

Gary Stadtmauer
$200
2/12/2004

Arthur Strauss, MD
$100
3/11/2004

Arthur Strauss, MD
$30
2/11/2004

Arthur Strauss, MD
$100
1/20/2004

Arthur Strauss, MD
$70
11/25/2003

Arthur Strauss, MD
$30
11/4/2003

Arthur Strauss, MD
$100
10/23/2003

Margaret J Thacker
$200
11/11/2003

Margaret J Thacker
$200
10/23/2003

Mel & Dorothea Thorne
$100
12/30/2003

Mel & Dorothea Thorne
$100
11/5/2003

Gerard van Wesep
$200
3/11/2004

Gerard van Wesep
$100
2/12/2004

Gerard van Wesep
$100
11/21/2003

Gerard van Wesep
$200
11/12/2003

Gerard van Wesep
$100
10/28/2003

sara vazquez
$70
11/25/2003

sara vazquez
$200
11/3/2003

william W West Jr MD
$100
11/21/2003

william W West Jr MD
$150
11/3/2003

Sophia Yen
$500
10/24/2003

John Zinner, MD
$100
11/21/2003

John Zinner, MD
$100
10/22/2003


******

TV Director


JAY SANDRICH
$500
3/11/2004

JAY SANDRICH
$1,000
3/5/2004

JAY SANDRICH
$500
2/27/2004

JAY SANDRICH
$500
1/20/2004

JAY SANDRICH
$2,500
11/21/2003

******

Actress


kathleen chalfant
$100
2/12/2004

kathleen chalfant
$100
1/13/2004

Rebecca R Davies
$500
10/25/2003

wendy vanden Heuvel
$500
10/24/2003

Judy Kuhn
$156
12/23/2003

Judy Kuhn
$100
11/21/2003

Judy Kuhn
$200
11/11/2003

Robin Randolph
$500
11/11/2003

Robin Randolph
$100
11/10/2003

Deirdre Lenihan Sloyan
$100
3/28/2004

Deirdre Lenihan Sloyan
$100
2/9/2004










32 posted on 08/24/2004 2:59:25 PM PDT by kcvl
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To: Wolfstar

A picture is worth 1,000 words.

Now picture President Bush in that crowd. People would be grinning from ear to ear.


33 posted on 08/24/2004 3:00:53 PM PDT by Peach (The Clinton's pardoned more terrorists than they ever captured or killed.)
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To: Peach

New Democrat Network
Top Contributors, 2004 Cycle



Top Contributors

Media Fund
$1,500,000

August Capital/Andrew Rappaport
$1,100,000

Democratic Governors Assn
$200,035

Roche Group
$175,100

Pharmaceutical Rsrch & Mfrs of America
$150,035

Bighorn Center for Public Policy
$150,000

Aetna Inc
$150,000

Pacificare Health Systems
$125,000

Credit Union National Assn
$110,105

Investor
$106,035

National Education Assn
$105,000

American Standard Development/SSMC Inc
$100,000

Goldman Sachs
$75,200

American Insurance Assn
$75,000

American Council of Life Insurers
$60,000

Mortgage Insurance Companies of America
$55,000

Consultant
$54,150

Intuit Inc
$50,250

Visa International
$50,135

National Assn of Home Builders
$50,105

Biogen Idec
$50,000

Pacificare
$50,000

Wyeth
$50,000

Loral Space & Communications
$50,000

Charles Schwab
$50,000

Emerson
$50,000

Soros Fund Management/George Soros
$50,000

Beverly Enterprises
$50,000

Chicago Mercantile Exchange
$50,000

Limited
$50,000

Child Psychologist
$37,100

America's Community Bankers
$35,035

National Assn of Realtors
$35,000

General Electric
$35,000

Microsoft Corp
$30,035

Charles Schwab & Co
$29,141

Fortis Inc
$27,285

Boeing Co
$26,000

Pfizer Inc
$25,500

Johnson & Johnson
$25,200

Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance
$25,070

Koch Industries
$25,035

Prudential Financial
$25,035

Securities Industry Assn
$25,035

Bell South
$25,000

Consumer Data Industry Assn
$25,000

Sears, Roebuck & Co
$25,000

Boeing
$25,000

GlaxoSmithKline
$25,000

Limited Inc
$25,000

Transunion Corp
$25,000

Capital One Financial
$25,000

Cisco Systems
$25,000

Intuit
$25,000

Nortel Networks
$25,000

Assurant Inc
$25,000

Monumental Life Insurance Co
$25,000

Amgen Inc
$25,000

Sears
$25,000

Travelers Indemnity Co
$25,000

Therapist
$25,000

Zurich Insurance
$25,000

ACE INA
$25,000

Target Corp
$25,000

Anheuser-Busch
$25,000

Bristol-Myers Squibb
$25,000

BellSouth Corp
$25,000

AEGON USA
$25,000

American Gas Assn
$20,120

CIGNA Corp
$20,000

Electronic Industries Alliance
$20,000

Kleiner, Perkins et al
$20,000

Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe
$20,000

Pacific Investment Management Co
$20,000

United Airlines
$18,030

Time Warner
$17,470

Retired
$16,810

Photographer
$16,000

eBay Inc
$16,000

Univision Communications
$15,070

PG&E Corp
$15,050

Direct Selling Assn
$15,035

DOW Chemical
$15,000

American Institute of CPAs
$15,000

Arts Pac Non-Federal
$15,000

National Multi Housing Council
$15,000

Genesoft Inc
$15,000

Eli Lilly & Co
$15,000

United Parcel Service
$15,000

Aventis
$12,500

Apax Partners
$12,100

Hewlett-Packard
$10,305

American Assn of Health Plans
$10,105

Colgate Palmolive Co
$10,100

Assn for Competitive Technology
$10,070

NASDAQ Stock Market
$10,035

US Chamber of Commerce
$10,035

Producer/Director
$10,000

Democratic Party of Colorado
$10,000

Fireman's Fund
$10,000

Loews Hotels
$10,000

Liberty Assn
$10,000

American Bankers Assn
$10,000

Scrambled Eggs
$10,000

Puget Sound Energy
$10,000

Francisco Partners
$10,000

PricewaterhouseCoopers
$10,000

Gateway Inc
$10,000

Hewlett Packard
$10,000

Nuclear Energy Institute
$10,000

LaBranche & Co
$10,000

Firemans Fund Insurance Companies
$10,000

Sempra Energy
$10,000

Ernst & Young
$10,000

National Assn of Professional Ins
$10,000

Metlife
$10,000

Northrop Grumman
$10,000

Vulcan Inc
$10,000

MPB Assoc
$10,000

Motorola
$10,000

Utley Group
$7,767

Xilinx Corp
$7,500

Intel Corp
$7,500

Homemaker
$7,400

EDS Corp
$7,000

Duberstein Group
$6,035

Tilenius Ventures
$5,785

Opsware Inc
$5,600

Morgan Stanley
$5,535

Maniv Bioventures
$5,500

Unemployed
$5,200

Verizon Communications
$5,035

Merck & Co
$5,035

Manager
$5,035

Working Assets
$5,000

Household International
$5,000

Brownstein, Hyatt et al
$5,000

Entravision Communications
$5,000

Ei Dupont De Nemours & Co
$5,000

International Dairy Foods Assn
$5,000

Ripplewood Holdings
$5,000

Sedgwick Publishing
$5,000

McLarty Management Co
$5,000

Duberstein Grp
$5,000

Financial Services Roundtable
$5,000

Bp Corp North America
$5,000

S&B Surgery Center
$5,000

O'Neil, Adler & Strauss
$5,000

National Venture Capital Assn
$5,000

Multiplan Inc
$5,000

MBNA Corp
$5,000

FedEx Corp
$5,000

BP America
$5,000

Cfsb
$5,000

Eds
$5,000

Koch Pac
$5,000

Automotive Free International Trade
$5,000

Bayview Financial
$5,000

Constellation Energy
$5,000

Anthem Inc
$5,000

DuPont Co
$5,000

Yellow Transportation
$5,000

Xcel Energy
$5,000

Allen & Co
$4,500

DAMG Capital
$4,100

Semiconductor Equipment & Materials Intl
$4,000

Babcock & Brown
$4,000

Viacom Inc
$3,700

Lehman Brothers
$3,635

Paul, Weiss et al
$3,100

Sun Microsystems
$3,000

Citigroup Inc
$2,835

Cypress Group
$2,798

Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison
$2,700

Patterson, Belknap et al
$2,600

Credit Suisse First Boston
$2,500

Women's Cap Fund
$2,500

Fusion Telecommunications International
$2,500

Hamond & Co
$2,500

Tech
$2,500

Torrey Fund
$2,500

Sunny Bates Assoc
$2,200

Prudential Investment Management
$2,200

Under Ground Online
$2,200

Efficient Frontiers
$2,135

Marketing Consultant
$2,135

Nemazee Capital Corp
$2,100

Goodale Assoc
$2,100

Evnime-Vaughn Assoc
$2,100

Capital Z Partners
$2,100

Iscol Family Foundation
$2,100

Pipeline
$2,100

Nch Advisors
$2,100

Frank Crystal & Co
$2,100

Seaport Group
$2,100

National Artist Management Co
$2,100

Medley Global Advisors
$2,035

Medtronic
$2,000

Heyday Co
$2,000

Ugo Networks
$2,000

CitiInsurance
$2,000

Roberts Proprietaries Inc
$2,000

Prudential
$2,000

Whale Securities
$2,000

Writer & Television Producer
$2,000

Showtime
$2,000

Cedar Creek Group
$2,000

Aladdin Access
$2,000

International Advisor Services LLC
$2,000

Self-Employed
$1,970

Physician
$1,800

Skadden, Arps et al
$1,675

Red Three Consulting
$1,600

Quadrangle Group
$1,600

Edison Electric Institute
$1,492

Meetupcom
$1,456

Citicapital
$1,389

Primedia Inc
$1,200

Bloomberg Financial
$1,200

Attorney
$1,105

Ford Management
$1,100

Community Independent Democrats
$1,100

Sullivan & Cromwell
$1,100

Upoc Inc
$1,100

Ceridian Corp
$1,100

S Bernstein & Co
$1,100

Katzenbach Partners
$1,100

Recognition Group
$1,035

Girad & Vinson
$1,035

Ndn
$1,000

Reisman, Peirez & Reisman
$1,000

Entergy Corp
$1,000

Baker Botts Llp
$1,000

Gray, Cary et al
$1,000

VuNet USA
$1,000

Baron Capital
$1,000

Reisman Peirez et al
$1,000

Burlington Northern Santa Fe Corp
$1,000

Petro Corp
$1,000

Dresdner, Kleinwort & Wasserstein
$1,000

Principal Financial Pac
$1,000

Management Grp
$1,000

Windy City Inc
$1,000

Tudor Investment Corp
$1,000

Hallisey & Johnson
$1,000

Principal Pac
$1,000

Sigma & Partners
$1,000

Standard Bank
$1,000

Strother, Duffy & Strother
$1,000

Bergner, Bockorny et al
$1,000

Professional Aptitude Council
$1,000

Carr, Swanson & Randolph
$1,000

Warburg Pincus LLC
$1,000

Glue Communications
$1,000

Odyssey Mngmt
$1,000

Kate Moss Co
$1,000



34 posted on 08/24/2004 3:01:55 PM PDT by kcvl
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To: Peach
Now picture President Bush in that crowd.

People would be grinning from ear to ear.


35 posted on 08/24/2004 3:07:01 PM PDT by Wolfstar (Dork, dufus, dolt, dummy, dope, dweeb, Democrat — ain't alliteration grand!)
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To: kcvl


EMILY's List
Top Contributors, 2004 Cycle



Top Contributors

Retired
$945,008

Brown Foundation
$400,000

Homemaker
$208,950

EMILY's List
$200,000

Physician
$108,000

Gladys G Cofrin/Philanthropist
$100,000

US Senate/Jon Corzine
$100,000

The Nation Magazine
$99,999

Investor
$97,975

Attorney
$88,900

Azalea Foundation
$75,000

Institute for Student Achievement
$70,000

Akonadi Foundation
$52,500

Bank of America
$51,225

Working Assets
$50,000

Producer
$50,000

Counselor
$50,000

Hilseweck Oil & Gas
$50,000

Plumsock Mesoamerican Studies
$46,500

Venture Philanthropist
$45,000

Cumming Foundation
$45,000

Moriah Fund
$35,000

Private Investor
$31,000

McKenzie Patterson
$30,000

HomeStyle Galleries
$30,000

Ranching/Oil Production
$30,000

Lehbros Ltd
$26,000

Katten, Muchin et al
$25,235

Hunt Alternatives Fund
$25,000

Wolff, Sesnon, Buttery
$25,000

Volunteer
$24,950

Consultant
$23,225

Mackenzie Patterson Inc
$20,000

A La Carte Travel
$20,000

Educator
$20,000

MFI Capital
$20,000

Political Consultant
$20,000

EQUIDEX Inc
$20,000

Leith Ventures
$20,000

None
$19,501

Writer
$18,225

University of Pennsylvania
$16,450

Avis Ogilvy Moore
$16,262

Therapist
$15,000

Investments
$15,000

Pathcanada
$15,000

Poet
$15,000

Hewlettpackard Co
$15,000

Hewlett-Packard
$15,000

State of Pennsylvania
$15,000

Individual Organization Consultant
$15,000

Executive
$13,500

University of California/San Diego
$13,500

Accountant
$13,175

Family Manager
$11,000

Boston Consulting Group
$11,000

Designer
$11,000

Student
$11,000

Exploring the Metropolis
$10,594

BW Bastian Foundation
$10,000

Barbara Lee Family Foundation
$10,000

Ranching Oil Production
$10,000

Speech Language Pathologist
$10,000

Weil, Gotshal & Manges
$10,000

August Capital/Andrew Rappaport
$10,000

Susie Tompkins Buell Foundation
$10,000

Triplex Direct Marketing
$7,575

Peter L Buttenwieser & Assoc
$7,500

Self-Employed
$7,500

Social Worker
$7,500

Artist
$7,500

Johnson, Bassin Shaw
$6,795

US Air Force
$6,500

Morton Co
$6,000

Michigan State University
$6,000

Sullivan, Hill et al
$6,000

Kentucky Author Forum
$5,750

Actress
$5,750

Publisher
$5,000

Credit Suisse Asset Management
$5,000

Tishman Speyer
$5,000

Corcoran School of Art
$5,000

Sybase Inc
$5,000

Wayne State University
$5,000

Management
$5,000

America Online
$5,000

Jorgensen Co
$5,000

Schroeter, Goldmark, Bender
$5,000

Novelist
$5,000

Volunteerhomemaker
$5,000

OKeefe, Ashenden et al
$5,000

Unemployed
$5,000

Matlock Capital
$5,000

NARAL Pro-Choice America
$5,000

Arts Administrator
$5,000

Photographer
$5,000

Time Out Enterprises
$5,000

Save Our Everglades
$5,000

General Science Foundation
$5,000

General Service Foundation
$5,000

Bauman Foundation
$5,000

Rice University
$5,000

Perry Capital
$4,300

New Israel Fund
$4,166

Lawyer
$4,000

Conrad Imports
$4,000

Harold Simmons Foundation
$4,000

McGinnis Lochridge Kilgore
$3,900

Freelance
$3,500

Tufts University
$3,250

Environmentalist/Singer
$3,050

Gsa
$2,891

Wagner, Vaughn et al
$2,725

Lyceum Society
$2,635

Blazek Vetterling Llp
$2,500

Davis, Polk & Wardwell
$2,500

Terris, Barnes & Walters
$2,500

Liberty Property Trust
$2,500

Writer/Historian
$2,500

Public Relations
$2,450

Environmentalistsinger
$2,050

Brown & Co
$2,000

Children
$2,000

MacArthur Foundation
$2,000

Provident Foundation
$2,000

Karney Management
$2,000

Bellows & Bellows
$2,000

University of Gastroenterology
$2,000

Drew University
$1,500

Namtor Inc
$1,500

Timberland
$1,500

Homemakervolunteer
$1,500

Watson Walker
$1,450

City of Tucson, AZ Police Dept
$1,425

Horticulturist
$1,350

Romash Communications
$1,250

Attorneyactivist
$1,225

Accenture
$1,225

Page Gardner Consulting Ltd
$1,225

New York Academy
$1,225

Ratner Companies
$1,200

Pkg Foundation
$1,000

Cp Motion
$1,000

Jeanne Wolfe Pa
$1,000

IBM Corp
$1,000

Langford Insurance
$1,000

Educational Consultant
$1,000

New Mark Midwest Region
$1,000

Az Womens Center
$1,000

Phytrust
$1,000

Applied Graphics
$1,000

Sheldon Revocable Trust
$1,000

Carr, Yeley Adams
$1,000

Quilts Unlimited
$1,000

Perlmutter Family Foundation
$1,000

Sanford L Smith Assoc
$1,000

Bass Howes Inc
$1,000

Kenner Kavanaugh Pc
$1,000

Kaplan Group
$1,000

LA City & County Employees Union
$1,000

Spring Industries
$1,000

Paul Magliocchetti Assoc
$1,000

Double R Productions
$1,000

Kehoe for State Senate
$1,000

Physicians Trust
$1,000

Fort Bend Independent School District
$1,000

Rpw Inc
$1,000

Law Offices of Lynn Cole
$1,000

Fort Bend Ind, School District
$1,000

Activist
$1,000

SBI Co
$1,000

Pederson Group
$1,000

Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors
$1,000

Potter
$1,000

Wyeth
$1,000

Politics
$1,000

Canyon Ranch
$1,000

Wagner Investments
$1,000

Jp Morgan Securities
$1,000

******


Retired breakdown


Retired
$3,924
9/30/2003

Retired
$11,435
9/30/2003

Berniece Adler
$1,666
11/19/2003

Bernyce Adler
$2,500
1/22/2004

Susan Almay
$1,000
6/8/2004

Nancy Alvord
$25,000
6/25/2004

Nancy Alvord
$25,000
10/15/2003

Milicent G Anisfield
$2,500
9/9/2003

Millicent Anisfield
$3,500
6/8/2004

Marian Scattergood Ballard
$225
9/25/2003

Eileen H Belcher
$2,000
10/14/2003

Linda Benge
$5,225
2/6/2004

Doris Bernstein
$250
3/12/2004

Leclair Bissell MD
$5,000
10/22/2003

Leclair Bissell MD
$5,000
8/21/2003

Elaine Bridges
$500
4/20/2004

Susie Tompkins Buell
$10,000
4/1/2004

Shannon M Buscho
$2,500
12/18/2003

Violet B Coffin
$500
6/25/2004

Violet B Coffin
$2,500
4/8/2004

Violet B Coffin
$225
12/9/2003

Violet B Coffin
$3,725
9/9/2003

Mary Hart Cogan
$225
11/7/2003

Mary Hart Cogan
$25,000
9/9/2003

Mary Hart Cogan
$2,500
8/25/2003

Mary Hart Cogan
$5,000
7/8/2003

Elizabeth B Conant
$500
7/22/2003

Nancy Linn Connor
$6,250
2/7/2003

Margaret T Cooper
$250
7/24/2003

Russell Cowles
$6,500
5/26/2004

Anne E Delaney
$5,000
10/9/2003

Anne E Delaney
$7,000
2/14/2003

Elizabeth P Erb
$250
6/14/2004

Elizabeth P Erb
$500
6/8/2004

Elizabeth P Erb
$225
4/1/2004

Elizabeth P Erb
$5,000
1/21/2004

Elizabeth P Erb
$2,000
10/20/2003

Elizabeth P Erb
$5,000
8/26/2003

Elizabeth P Erb
$10,000
7/8/2003

Edward Farmilant
$3,000
6/21/2004

Edward Farmilant
$3,000
5/19/2004

Edward Farmilant
$1,000
4/21/2004

Edward Farmilant
$12,500
9/15/2003

Edward Farmilant
$12,500
8/8/2003

Edward Farmilant
$12,500
7/25/2003

Edward Farmilant
$12,500
5/21/2003

Adele Hay Fath
$5,000
9/17/2003

Adele Hay Fath
$5,000
4/8/2003

Emily H Fisher
$25,000
4/13/2004

Emily H Fisher
$5,000
12/22/2003

Emily H Fisher
$5,000
8/20/2003

Emily H Fisher
$10,000
4/1/2003

Scott Fleming
$250
10/14/2003

Scott Fleming
$2,500
8/14/2003

Frances H Gonzales
$225
3/2/2004

Frances H Gonzales
$5,000
8/28/2003

Frances H Gonzales
$5,000
3/26/2003

Evelyn Goodman
$5,000
6/21/2004

Evelyn Goodman
$5,000
12/31/2003

Evelyn Goodman
$5,000
11/19/2003

Evelyn Goodman
$10,000
10/22/2003

Evelyn Goodman
$5,000
8/21/2003

Evelyn Goodman
$12,500
7/7/2003

Evelyn Goodman
$7,500
5/22/2003

Wanda Grayson
$5,000
8/7/2003

Wanda Grayson
$5,000
2/28/2003

Pam Grissom
$5,000
6/21/2004

Pam Grissom
$5,000
6/10/2004

Pam Grissom
$5,000
5/17/2004

Pam Grissom
$6,800
4/21/2004

Pam Grisson
$225
3/12/2004

Lois Cowel Harrison
$10,000
8/26/2003

Lois Cowles Harrison
$3,000
6/23/2003

Pauline L Harrison
$1,500
7/16/2003

Pauline L Harrison
$3,500
7/16/2003

Pauline L Harrison
$3,500
7/14/2003

Kathryn Hirsh
$5,000
11/7/2003

Shirley Hort
$468
6/8/2004

Shirley Hort
$1,000
9/17/2003

Janet Cook Howard
$250
9/29/2003

Irene M Hunter
$20,000
4/8/2004

Irene M Hunter
$10,000
8/7/2003

Alfred G Jackson
$10,000
10/28/2003

Ann E Jewett
$1,000
10/9/2003

Jo Ann Kaplan
$1,000
10/9/2003

Julane Katz
$5,000
6/25/2004

Carol Kaufman
$500
3/7/2003

Julane L Kayz
$1,250
10/9/2003

Elizabeth B Keeshan
$1,000
9/12/2003

Louise Klein
$500
4/21/2004

Dorothy F Knecht
$225
4/16/2004

Dorothy F Knecht
$9,949
3/15/2004

Dorothy F Knecht
$5,197
4/7/2003

Sharon Labovitz
$25,000
4/11/2003

Sharon Labovitz
$1,000
4/4/2003

Sharon Labovitz
$5,000
1/30/2003

Barry R Lipman
$10,000
7/7/2003

Donna Litowitz
$5,000
3/15/2004

Susan Z Mandel
$2,500
12/14/2003

M Allison Maus
$225
3/12/2004

Elizabeth B Mc Keehan
$52,653
9/29/2003

Jean Mc Lean
$6,050
11/17/2003

Robert F Morse
$10,225
10/9/2003

Katharine Mountcastle
$1,000
3/16/2004

Anne Newman
$1,000
12/23/2003

Anne Newman
$1,000
12/22/2003

Valerie Newman
$225
3/20/2003

Patrcia H Noyes
$5,000
8/20/2003

Howard C Poulter
$3,000
8/20/2003

Majorie B Rachlin
$500
8/4/2003

Margaret M Reuss
$5,000
6/10/2004

Margaret M Reuss
$10,000
6/8/2004

Margaret M Reuss
$5,000
5/17/2004

Margaret M Reuss
$225
4/22/2004

Margaret M Reuss
$100
4/14/2004

Margaret M Reuss
$10,000
3/24/2004

Margaret M Reuss
$5,000
12/23/2003

Margaret M Reuss
$5,000
11/14/2003

Margaret M Reuss
$5,000
10/9/2003

Margaret M Reuss
$10,000
5/1/2003

Margaret M Reuss
$10,000
4/24/2003

Margaret M Reuss
$10,000
3/19/2003

Margaret M Reuss
$10,000
2/24/2003

Margaret M Reuss
$10,000
1/24/2003

Lucy Ricciardi
$10,000
1/14/2004

Suzanne E Rice
$2,500
11/14/2003

Suzanne E Rice
$2,500
9/17/2003

Bedrich M Sable
$8,420
9/24/2003

Verena F Sable
$8,420
9/24/2003

Carolyn L Sachs
$1,000
2/21/2003

Jeanne Marcelle Schapp
$2,500
9/17/2003

Ina Schnell
$1,000
4/1/2004

Ina Schnell
$1,225
3/24/2004

Robert F Schumann
$5,000
6/8/2004

Robert F Schumann
$5,000
6/23/2003

Pauline Schweppe
$3,225
5/17/2004

Elinor A Seevak
$50,000
6/23/2003

Clare Segall
$1,000
12/4/2003

Emmanual Sillman
$826
3/12/2004

Lynn G Straus
$5,000
7/17/2003

Anna May Timmons
$10,000
5/13/2004

Anna May Timmons
$15,000
4/1/2004

Anna May Timmons
$15,000
10/9/2003

Anna May Timmons
$15,000
9/12/2003

Anna May Timmons
$8,500
8/14/2003

Jane Snyder Toll
$5,000
6/8/2004

Jane Snyder Toll
$225
3/15/2004

Jane Snyder Toll
$250
8/29/2003

Marjorie Van Dusen
$20,000
4/8/2004

Marjorie Van Dusen
$10,000
12/22/2003

Effie E Westervelt
$5,000
4/1/2004

Effie E Westervelt
$1,000
8/26/2003

John Wolf
$500
2/19/2004

John Wolf
$5,000
2/19/2004


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Brown Foundation

Maconda O Connor
$200,000
7/15/2003

Maconda Oconnor
$200,000
2/19/2004

******

EMILY's List


Ellen R Malcolm
$100,000
5/21/2004

Ellen R Malcolm
$100,000
2/20/2003

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Physician


Marjorie Braude MD
$5,000
6/8/2004

Marjorie Braude MD
$5,000
6/13/2003

Ellen M Poss
$38,000
5/24/2004

Ellen M Poss
$5,000
5/21/2004

Ellen M Poss
$25,000
11/14/2003

Ellen M Poss
$20,000
8/14/2003

George Tiller MD
$5,000
11/14/2003

George Tiller MD
$5,000
8/26/2003


******

The Nation Magazine


Katrina Vanden Heuvel
$33,334
4/8/2004

Katrina Vanden Huevel
$33,332
10/28/2003

Katrina Vanden Huevel
$16,667
8/4/2003

Katrina Vanden Huevel
$16,666
3/7/2003


******

Investor, 2004 data

RETURN TO TOP CONTRIBUTORS

Contributors
Amount
Date

Anne Bartley
$4,000
2/27/2004

Beth Burnam
$5,000
4/1/2004

Beth Burnnam
$10,000
9/9/2003

Mary Ann P Cofrin
$15,000
12/22/2003

Mary Ann P Cofrin
$5,000
9/29/2003

Audrey B Kaplan
$250
5/3/2004

Audrey B Kaplan
$1,225
7/8/2003

James V Manning
$25,000
3/25/2003

Shaula ED Massena
$5,000
3/25/2003

Bettye Holt Nowlin
$250
4/8/2003

Elizabeth Corker Schwerdtle
$1,000
1/31/2003

Anne D Taft
$10,000
9/9/2003

Anne D Taft
$250
2/4/2003

Joan Hohlt Wich
$10,000
5/11/2004

Joan Hohlt Wich
$5,000
10/28/2003


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Attorney, 2004 data

RETURN TO TOP CONTRIBUTORS

Contributors
Amount
Date

Aurora Degasperi
$1,000
4/13/2004

Barbara B Dobkin
$25,000
12/22/2003

Barbara B Dobkin
$25,000
10/9/2003

Eileen Chamberlain Donahue
$1,000
11/17/2003

E Marianne Gabel
$20,000
9/29/2003

Stacey Gillman
$225
12/22/2003

Stacey Gillman
$10,000
12/5/2003

Stacey Gillman
$5,000
9/9/2003

Stacey Gillman
$225
4/7/2003

Alice London
$1,000
5/20/2004

Frances Tibbits
$450
7/1/2003


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Azalea Foundation, 2004 data

RETURN TO TOP CONTRIBUTORS

Contributors
Amount
Date

Jeanne K Manning
$12,500
9/10/2003

Jeanne K Manning
$25,000
8/7/2003

Jeanne K Manning
$12,500
6/25/2003

Jeanne K Manning
$25,000
3/25/2003


******

Akonadi Foundation, 2004 data

RETURN TO TOP CONTRIBUTORS

Contributors
Amount
Date

M Quinn Delaney
$50,000
2/19/2004

M Quinn Delaney
$2,500
9/17/2003



******

Bank of America, 2004 data

RETURN TO TOP CONTRIBUTORS

Contributors
Amount
Date

Adelaide A Sink
$1,225
4/21/2004

Adelaide A Sink
$50,000
3/19/2003



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Working Assets, 2004 data

RETURN TO TOP CONTRIBUTORS

Contributors
Amount
Date

Michael Kieschnick
$50,000
7/15/2003



******
Producer, 2004 data



Contributors
Amount
Date

Jeryl Oristaglio
$25,000
5/14/2004

Jeryl Oristaglio
$25,000
5/27/2003

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Ruth Mc Lean Bowers
$30,000
5/12/2004


******

Political Consultant, 2004 data



Mary Anne Tagney Jones
$15,000
2/27/2004

Mary Anne Tagney Jones
$5,000
3/19/2003









36 posted on 08/24/2004 3:17:14 PM PDT by kcvl
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527 Organizations affiliated with AFL-CIO




AFL-CIO
$3,279,682
$3,200,453
X

California Labor Federation AFL-CIO
$278,863
$250,902

Georgia AFL-CIO
$30,471
$18,100
X

Nevada AFL-CIO
$0
$19,800

New Mexico St Bldg & Construction Trades
$10,500
$5,425

New York State Public Employees Fedn
$3,461
$49,810

New York State Public Employees Fedn
$163,556
$237,848
X

New York State Public Employees Fedn
$242,931
$118,640
X

Ohio AFL-CIO
$18,739
$0
X

Ohio AFL-CIO
$0
$28,970
X

Quad City Federation of Labor
$1,500
$12,786




NOTE: This data is based on records released by the Internal Revenue Service on Monday, August 23, 2004.


37 posted on 08/24/2004 3:22:11 PM PDT by kcvl
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A quick tally shows that the Democratic party and John Kerry have at their disposal a sum near $195,186,845.00
38 posted on 08/24/2004 3:23:07 PM PDT by kcvl
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http://www.environment2004.org/board.php



Board Members

Bruce Babbitt is Of Counsel in Latham & Watkins D.C. office, where his practice focuses on environmental and natural resources matters. Mr. Babbitt served as United States Secretary of the Interior during the Clinton Administration. During his eight-year tenure, Mr. Babbitt provided exceptional leadership on numerous important environmental initiatives, affecting such areas as restoration of the Florida Everglades and the California Bay Delta, wilderness protection, creation of new national monuments, and protection of wildlife and endangered species. Prior to joining the Clinton Administration, Mr. Babbitt was Governor of Arizona from 1978 to 1987 and Attorney General of Arizona from 1975 to 1978. Mr. Babbitt holds a LLB from Harvard University, a MS from the University of New Castle-Upon-Tyne and a BA from the University of Notre Dame.

Roger Ballentine is the President of Green Strategies Inc., a private consulting firm in Washington D.C., where he advises corporations, investors and non-profit entities on market development and opportunities, public policy issues and business strategies, with a focus on energy and environmental matters. Roger previously served President Bill Clinton as Chairman of the White House Climate Change Task Force and Deputy Assistant to the President for Environmental Initiatives. In these capacities, he directed the Administration’s efforts on climate change, represented the President in numerous international meetings and negotiations, participated at the highest levels in the development and implementation of energy and environmental policy, and advised the President on federal lands policy. Mr. Ballentine was previously Special Assistant to the President for Legislative Affairs, where he focused on energy and environment issues. Prior to coming to the White House, he was a partner at the Washington law firm of Patton, Boggs L.L.P., and Adjunct Professor of Law at the Georgetown University Law Center. Mr. Ballentine is a graduate of the University of Connecticut and the Harvard Law School. He serves on the Boards of the American Council for Renewable Energy, the American Bird Conservancy and the Solar Electric Light Fund, and is a Senior Fellow at the Progressive Policy Institute.

Carol Browner served as head of the United States Environmental Protection Agency, a $7 billion, 18,000-employee agency responsible for protecting the public’s air, water, and the health of their communities. She served as a member of the President’s Cabinet for eight years. Ms. Browner, an attorney, is widely recognized for her innovative partnerships with the business community and non-governmental organizations, forging common sense, cost-effective solutions to public health and environmental challenges. Accomplishments during her tenure included enacting the strongest-ever national air pollution standards, creating innovative and flexible alternatives to traditional regulatory programs, and leveraging more than $1 billion in public and private funds to cleanup brownfields.

Nicholas Butterworth was President & CEO of The MTVi Group, the largest interactive music company and a joint venture of Viacom and Liberty Media, from 1999-2002. In this capacity Mr. Butterworth was responsible for the growth and direction of MTV's global Internet properties, including MTV.com, VH1.com, Country.com, and Sonicnet.com, along with over 60 international sites. Prior to the formation of the MTVi Group, Mr. Butterworth was President & CEO of Sonicnet, Inc., a division of TCI Music, Inc. (a Liberty Media company). Mr. Butterworth served two terms as President of the Digital Media Association (DiMA), a trade organization active on intellectual property and technology policy issues. From 1993 to 1994 Mr. Butterworth served as Executive Director of Rock The Vote, an entertainment industry-backed nonprofit group promoting voter registration and political participation to young people. Mr. Butterworth is a board member of the T.J. Martell Foundation and the Music For Youth Foundation and a past board member of the New York New Media Association.

Russ Daggatt is a private venture investor and corporate advisor. He served as president and vice chairman of Teledesic LLC, CEO of New ICO Global Communications Ltd., and CEO and vice chairman of ICO-Teledesic Global Ltd. Previously, Russ served in an executive role at Flying Tigers, prior to its acquisition by Federal Express, and practiced law with Preston Gates & Ellis in Seattle and Anderson Mori & Rabinowitz in Tokyo. Drawing on his active experience as a mountain-climbing and river-rafting guide, Russ earlier led the merger of the top two U.S. international adventure travel companies, Mountain Travel and Sobek Expeditions. Russ is co-author of the book The Global Negotiator: Building Strong Business Relationships Anywhere in the World (1990). He was selected as a "Global Leader of Tomorrow" by the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.

John P. DeVillars is a Founder and Managing Partner of BlueWave Strategies and Managing Partner of BlueWave Capital where he advises more than a dozen renewable energy companies, environmental companies, and brownfield developers. From 2000 to 2003, Mr. DeVillars served as the Executive Vice President of Brownfields Recovery Corporation. Prior to that, Mr. DeVillars served as the New England Administrator of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, where he directed the operations of 800 employees and a $400 million annual budget. Under his leadership, EPA New England won more awards for successful reform than any other EPA office. Mr. DeVillars previously served as Secretary of Environmental Affairs for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Chairman of the Board of the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority, and Chief of Operations for Massachusetts Governor Michael Dukakis. From 1991 to 1994, he was Director of the Environmental Services Group for Coopers & Lybrand. He received the President's Award of the Nature Conservancy, given annually for national leadership in environmental affairs.

Dianne Dillon-Ridgley is a noted international speaker on Sustainability, Corporate Social Responsibility, Population, Gender and Justice issues. Ms. Dillon-Ridgley represents the World Y.W.C.A (World Young Women's Christian Association) at the United Nations headquarters in New York, is a former trustee of the Wallace Global Fund and in 1999 was appointed to the Oxford University Commission on Sustainable Consumption.

During the last ten years Ms. Dillon-Ridgley has served on numerous U.S. delegations at the UN. She was commissioned by the White House to serve as an advisor and member of the US Delegation to the UN Conference on Environment and Development in Rio de Janeiro in 1992. In 1994, President Clinton appointed her to the President's Council on Sustainable Development where she also served as co-chair of the Council's International Task Force and co-chaired the Population and Consumption Task Force.

From 1994-1997 she was president of Zero Population Growth (ZPG), the nation's largest grassroots organization concerned with rapid population growth and the environment. Currently a trustee of the International Board for Auburn University's School of Human Sciences, she was adjunct lecturer at the University of Indiana School of Public and Environmental Affairs. Since 1991, she has been a member of the Editorial Advisory Board for Aspen Law and Business' Fair Housing and Fair Lending Publications, now a Wolters Kluwer Company. She also serves on the boards of the River Network, Second Nature, Natural Step-US, and the Center for International Environmental Law.

Peter Fox-Penner is the Principal and Chairman of the Board of the Brattle Group, a consulting firm offering advice and expert testimony on economic, financial, regulatory, and strategic issues. His practice centers on energy and environmental policies and electric utility deregulation, where he is the author of several books, including the highly acclaimed Electric Utility Restructuring: A Guide to the Competitive Era. He is a frequent expert witness. He is also experienced in the natural gas, communications, transportation, and environmental industries. Dr. Fox-Penner holds a Ph.D. from the University of Chicago, and a M.S. and B.S. in engineering from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.

George T. Frampton joined the law firm of Boies, Schiller & Flexner in April 2001. His areas of practice include complex litigation, white-collar criminal defense, and environmental and energy corporate strategy. He has been a Visiting Lecturer in Constitutional Law at Duke Law School, and in the fall of 2003 will teach a graduate course in International Environmental Law and Policy at Johns Hopkins' Nitze School of Advanced International Studies in Washington. From 1998-2001, Mr. Frampton was Chairman of the White House Council on Environmental Quality. As such he was the President's principal advisor on environmental policy matters, and directed the White House environmental policy group of approximately two dozen professionals. In 1997-98, he served as Corporate Advisor to Earth Satellite Corporation, Bethesda, MD and represented Vice President Al Gore as his personal attorney in connection with the Justice Department's preliminary investigation into possible fundraising violations. From 1993-97, Mr. Frampton was Assistant Secretary of the Interior for Fish, Wildlife and Parks. In this position, he was responsible for supervising the National Park Service and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service; chaired a number of government-wide major regional initiatives within the Clinton Administration including restoration of the Florida Everglades Ecosystem and distribution of funds from the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Restoration Fund; and led efforts to negotiate land-management agreements with state and local governments and large private landowners to protect sensitive habitats. From 1986-1993, Mr. Frampton was President of The Wilderness Society. From 1976-1985, Mr. Frampton was affiliated with the Washington, D.C. litigation firm of Rogovin, Huge & Lenzner, where he specialized in major litigation. Mr. Frampton was an Assistant Special Prosecutor on the Watergate Special Prosecution Force from 1973-75, where he was one of a team of six attorneys under two special prosecutors that conducted the grand jury investigation and trial of the Watergate Cover-up Case. In 1971-72, Mr. Frampton served as Law Clerk to Justice Harry A. Blackmun. He is a graduate of Yale College, the London School of Economics (M.Sc. Econ.) and Harvard Law School.

David Gardiner is currently President of his own environmental consulting firm, David Gardiner & Associates. The firm provides strategic assistance to for-profit and non-profit clients. It specializes in strategies that integrate environmental and economic concerns to address global warming, clean air, and clean energy. Prior to founding his firm, Mr. Gardiner was Executive Director of the White House Climate Change Task Force, the group established by President Clinton to coordinate the U.S. government’s domestic and international policies on climate change. In that capacity he led the development of the Administration’s climate change budget and tax credit proposals, and provided strategic advice on the international climate change negotiations. Before coming to the White House, Mr. Gardiner served for six years as Assistant Administrator for Policy at the Environmental Protection Agency. As Assistant Administrator, he led EPA’s climate change efforts, as well as programs to reinvent EPA’s approaches to key sectors, such as transportation, agriculture, metal finishing, and real estate development. He directed EPA’s planning, environmental economics, sustainable development and information policy efforts, as well as a major regulatory reinvention effort, Project XL. Prior to joining EPA, he was the Sierra Club’s Legislative Director in Washington, DC, overseeing their efforts on clean air, climate change, land protection, and international issues. Mr. Gardiner has a Bachelor of Arts with honors from Harvard College.

Donna Gerstenfeld has come out of retirement after a career in corporate law and finance in Washington, DC, and New York City because she strongly believes that another four years of the Bush Administration poses a great danger to our environment, our health, the economy and the safety of all Americans. She serves as a member of the Board of Directors of Environment2004 and Vice Chair of its Finance Committee. During her legal career, Donna practiced corporate litigation, financial regulatory and merger/acquisition law with the firms of Covington & Burling, Washington, DC, and Battle & Fowler, New York City, and with the US Treasury Department, Office of Thrift Supervision. In addition, Donna provided financial markets regulatory advice to The Hon. Charles E. Schumer, and to capital markets clients, Morgan Stanley Group and Bankers Trust (BC Securities) New York, in the capacity of corporate counsel.

Nancy Gibson has won two Emmys for appearances and contribution to the award-winning PBS show Newton’s Apple. Her proudest achievement is co-founding the International Wolf Center that opened its doors in 1993 after raising close to $2 million dollars of public and private funds. That effort was noted by then Governor Arne Carlson who appointed her as chair to the Minnesota Citizen Advisory Committee of the Environment and Natural Resources Trust Fund, a position she has held for 13 years. Nancy led the successful statewide constitutional campaign to re-dedicate lottery funds for 25 years to this Trust Fund beginning in 2000. She also makes regular appearances as the naturalist for the NBC affiliate KARE TV, is a consultant for the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, a spokesperson on national and local media and a variety of jobs with wildlife-related organizations and issues. A close associate of wolf expert, Dr. L. David Mech, Nancy travels around the U.S. and abroad to work on and speak about wolf and other wildlife issues. She spent the summers of 1992 and 1993 in Ellesmere Island observing and living with wild Arctic wolves and has been guiding wolf trips in the Arctic and Yellowstone for the past several years. Nancy writes for International Wolf, wrote her first book in 1996 titled, Wolves, and has been a national guest columnist and book editor. She raised the two yearling Arctic wolves now residing at the International Wolf Center.

David Foster Hales is the President, DFH Global, a multi-purpose sustainable development and environmental consulting firm that focuses on environment and security issues, and on sustainable urban development. He also serves as Chair of the Stakeholder Forum. From 1994 to 2001, Mr. Hales served as Deputy Assistant Administrator and founding Director of the Global Environmental Center at USAID. Mr. Hales led the development and implementation of USAID climate change, biodiversity, environment and natural resource, and urban programs operating in more than 80 countries worldwide. Mr. Hales served as Deputy Assistant Secretary of Interior for Fish and Wildlife and National Parks during the administration of President Jimmy Carter, and was Director of the State of Michigan's Department of Natural Resources from 1988 - 1991. From 1980 - 1987, he was the Samuel Task Dana Professor of Natural Resources at the University of Michigan. From 1994 - 1996 he was a member of the 56th College of National Lecturers for Sigma Xi, the Scientific Research Society. He was one of the primary legislative architects behind a number of public lands initiatives. He led Carter Administration efforts leading to the passage of the National Parks and Recreation Omnibus Act of 1978. He is a co-founder of the Society for Conservation Biology, and the first American to serve as the President of the World Heritage Convention. In 2000, he authored the definition of Water Security adopted by consensus at The Hague International Conference on Fresh Water. Mr. Hales has also served as Trustee or on Boards of Directors for various scientific and conservation organizations, including the Organization for Tropical Studies, the United States International Committee on Monuments and Sites, The Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund, the International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources (Commission on Protected Areas, Species Survival Commission, and Working Group on Environmental Ethics), Society for Conservation Biology, The School for Field Studies, the Lake Michigan Federation, The Scripps Fellowships in Environmental Journalism, the Michigan Chapters of The Nature Conservancy and The American Farmland Trust, the United States-Central and Eastern European Environment Foundation, the United Nations Environment and Development Forum, and the Smithsonian Institute for Sustainable Development.

Peter Horton is a director, actor, writer, and producer. He has worked in feature film, network television, commercials and public service production, with such acting credits as "thirtysomething", The Geena Davis Show, Brimstone, Singles, Where the River Runs Black and Side Out. Directing credits include, pilots for the series Birdland and Class of '96, "thirtysomething", The Shield, Once and Again and the feature film, The Cure for Universal. Peter created and produced the highly acclaimed film for NBC called Murder Live. Peter has directed a Public Service Announcement for Amnesty International, he is a board member of the Los Angeles based Jobs For a Future, and is a member of the Executive Forum of the Natural Resources Defense Council. Mr Horton is a partner at Practical Matters, an environmental communications project of Cucoloris Films. Practical Matters is a communications firm that promotes non-profit and public sector environmental initiatives.

Howard A. Learner serves as the President and Executive Director of the Environmental Law and Policy Center the Midwest's leading environmental legal advocacy and eco-business innovation organization. Mr. Learner previously served as the General Counsel for Business and Professional People for the Public Interest, where he specialized in environmental, energy and community economic development litigation and policy development. He also served as the founding President and Chairperson of the Illinois Citizens Utility Board, a 175,000-member consumer advocacy organization, and as Legal Counsel to the Chicago Energy Commission, a private group studying the impact of energy expenditures and policies for the City of Chicago. Mr. Learner serves on the Executive Committee of the Environmental Law Institute, as Chair of the Grantmaking Committee of the Illinois Clean Energy Community Foundation, as Director of the Jewish Fund for Justice, and was the founding Chair of the new Midwest Energy Efficiency Alliance. Mr. Learner is an adjunct professor at Northwestern University Law School, teaching environmental law. He serves on the City of Chicago’s Green Principles Advisory Committee and on the Calumet Sustainable Development Initiative Advisory Committee. Mr. Learner received a J.D from Harvard Law School, and a B.A. from the University of Michigan.

Frank E. Loy was Under Secretary of State for Global Affairs from 1998 to January 2001. His responsibilities included the environment and science, human rights, the promotion of democracy, refugees and humanitarian affairs, counter-narcotics and international law enforcement. During his tenure he served as chief U.S. negotiator for a number of treaties, including those on climate change and on trade in genetically modified agricultural products. He served in the Department of State in two previous administrations. During 1979-1981 he served as Director of the Bureau of Refugee Programs, with personal rank of Ambassador, and from 1965 to 1970 as Deputy Assistant Secretary for Economic Affairs. Mr. Loy has spent a number of years in the business sector. He was a partner in the firm engaged to bring the bankrupt Penn Central Transportation Company out of bankruptcy, and in that connection served for five years as the president of the Penn Central subsidiary that owned all the non-railroad businesses. Subsequently he was president of the solvent corporation emerging from that bankruptcy. Earlier he served as Senior Vice President for International Affairs of Pan American World Airways, and practiced corporation law with the Los Angeles firm of O’Melveny & Myers. From 1981 to 1995 he was President of The German Marshall Fund of the U.S., an American foundation both conducting and funding others in programs concerning US/European political, economic and environmental relations. In 1996 he was a visiting lecturer in International Law and Policy at the Yale Law School.

Mr. Loy has served on numerous corporate boards of directors and has served as chairman of numerous non-profit boards, including the League of Conservation Voters. He is at present a member of the boards of Environmental Defense, the Pew Center for Global Climate Change, Resources for the Future, Population Services International, The American Institute for Contemporary German Studies, The Arthur F. Burns Fellowship, as well as the International Advisory Council of the Eisenhower Exchange Fellowships.

He received his B.A. from UCLA and L.L.B. from Harvard.

Mary D. Nichols has served as California’s Secretary for Resources since 1998. As head of the Resources Agency, Ms. Nichols oversees the budgets, policies and activities of 31 departments, commissions, boards and conservancies, including the Departments of Conservation, Fish and Game, Forestry and Fire Protection, Parks and Recreation, Water Resources, the California Coastal Commission and the California Energy Commission. Secretary Nichols serves as the Chair of the California Climate Action Registry’s Board and is taking a lead role in coordinating the State’s response to projected impacts of Climate Change on California’s ecosystems, species, agriculture, water supplies and coast. Nichols' present appointment builds on a 30-year legacy of public service that has been instrumental in helping forge the nation’s approach to environmental issues and establishes California as the environmental benchmark for the rest of the world. Just prior to her appointment as Secretary for Resources, Ms. Nichols served as the Executive Director of Environment Now, a private foundation dedicated to the protection of the California environment. In 1993, she was nominated by President Clinton and confirmed by the US Senate to be the Environmental Protection Agency's Assistant Administrator for Air and Radiation. Nichols served as a senior staff attorney and director of the Los Angeles office of the Natural Resources Defense Council from 1989 to 1993. She was appointed by Governor Edmund G. Brown, Jr. to the attorney seat on the California Air Resources Board in 1975, and was named its chair in 1978. She also served as Secretary for Environmental Affairs, the cabinet-level agency responsible for air, water, and solid waste management that later became the California Environmental Protection Agency. Ms. Nichols received her B.A. from Cornell University and J.D. from Yale Law School.

Nigel Purvis joined The Brookings Institution as a senior scholar in 2003. He currently directs Brookings’ Environment and Development Project, a new institution wide effort to bring environmental issues into the mainstream of international affairs and U.S. foreign policy. Mr. Purvis is the first Brookings scholar to receive appointments to each of the institution’s three principle research programs – foreign policy, economics and governance. Previously, Mr. Purvis served as Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Oceans, International Environmental and Scientific Affairs. In that capacity he oversaw U.S. environmental diplomacy regarding climate change, biological diversity, forests, toxic chemicals, coral reefs and endangered species. From 1998 to 2001, Mr. Purvis also served as a senior U.S. negotiator on global climate change, biotechnology and environmental aspects of trade policy. From 1993 to 1997, Mr. Purvis served as an international lawyer at the State Department advising on such diverse topics as the Dayton peace process for Bosnia, human rights, humanitarian affairs, economic sanctions and U.S. law on foreign relations. Early in his career, Mr. Purvis worked as an attorney at Sullivan & Cromwell in New York. He also taught graduate courses in government and law at Georgetown University. Mr. Purvis has published numerous works on foreign policy, international law, globalization and environmental challenges. His book The Other War: Global Poverty and the Millennium Challenge Account will be released by The Brookings Press in June 2003. Mr. Purvis graduated with honors from Harvard Law School in 1990, where he received the Laylin prize for work on international law. He graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Minnesota in 1987.

Rhone Resch has 15 years of experience working closely with both the EPA and industry to develop and implement clean energy solutions. He is the Senior Vice President of the Natural Gas Supply Association, which represents integrated major and independent companies that produce and market natural gas. He formerly worked as a Program Manager in the EPA's Climate Protection Division in the Office of Air and Radiation, where he developed and implemented energy efficiency programs to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and hazardous air pollutants from the petroleum industry. As a Senior Analyst with the Project Performance Corporation, he supported the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Environmental Management Program, evaluating the energy efficiency of industrial operations associated with the DOE's nuclear weapons facilities and reviewing regulatory compliance of several DOE facilities with respect to Superfund, Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, Toxic Substance Control Act, Clean Water Act, Clean Air Act, and Occupational Safety and Health Act. He holds an MPA in Management from Syracuse University's Maxwell School, a Master of Environmental Engineering from SUNY Syracuse, and a B.A. from the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor.

Simon Rich, formerly CEO of Louis Dreyfus Holding Co and Chairman and CEO of Louis Dreyfus Natural Gas, has 20 years of experience in all aspects of the energy industry in North America and Europe. Louis Dreyfus has operations in oil refining, petroleum product storage and distribution, natural gas production and distribution and the distribution and merchandising of electricity in North America and Europe as well as its traditional agricultural merchant business encompassing all of the cereal grains, oil seeds and cotton. During Mr. Rich's tenure as CEO the company, he created EDF Trading which currently dispatches the electric generation system of France. Mr. Rich is Chairman of Carolina Green Energy, a company designed to bring renewable power alternatives to North Carolina consumers. He currently serves as Chairman of the Board of Visitors of The Nicholas School of the Environment and Earth Sciences at Duke University and as an Adjunct Professor at the school. Mr. Rich is a 1967 graduate of Duke University. Mr. Rich lives in Edenton and Durham, NC.

Bud Ris served as the chief executive officer of the Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS) from 1984 through 2003, first as Executive Director, and then as President. From 1997 to 2003, Mr. Ris chaired a coalition of sixteen national organizations founded to support international and domestic action on climate change. He led the delegation of US NGO’s to the international negotiations that culminated in the Kyoto Protocol. He served on the Energy and Transportation Task Force of President Clinton’s Council on Sustainable Development and was a member of the Energy Future Coalition’s advisory council from 2002-2003. He is a trustee of The Keystone Center and the Heinz Center for Science, Economics, and the Environment, both of which are focused on fostering collaboration between corporations, NGOs, and government. He is an advisor to the Henry Luce Foundation and, until December 2003, was a member of the advisory board of the Institute of Transportation Studies at the University of California, Davis.

Kathleen Rogers is the President of Earth Day Network. She brings with her over 15 years of experience as an environmental attorney. Previously, Kathleen served as the Chief Wildlife Counsel for the National Audubon Society, where she directed its biodiversity and international trade programs, among others. She served as an Environmental Representative on the U.S. Delegation - Free Trade Area of the Americas. She was also responsible for bringing the first citizen complaint before the Commission for Environmental Cooperation, the tri-national agency formed to oversee North American environmental issues. Kathleen has held senior positions with the Environmental Law Institute, Piedmont Environmental Council, two U.S. Olympic Organizing Committees, and United Nations Conference on Women.

Prior to joining UCS in 1981, Mr. Ris directed the Hydroelectric Power Program at the New England River Basins Commission. From 1976-1978, he was a senior policy analyst in the Massachusetts Executive Office of Environmental Affairs, where he had major responsibility for preparing the state’s first Coastal Zone Management Plan. Before then he was a Senior Associate with Roy Mann Associates, a private consulting firm specializing in environmental impact assessments. Mr. Ris also served on the board of Ris Paper Company, Inc. Mr. Ris has appeared as a keynote speaker before many of the nation’s leading civic forums and often represented UCS as its senior spokesperson before the news media.

Mr. Ris received his B.A. in mathematics from Duke University in 1970 and a M.S./M.L.A. in landscape architecture and environmental planning from the SUNY College of Environmental Science at Syracuse University in 1974. He attended the Duke University School of Forestry (now the Nicholas School for the Environment) from 1971 to 1972. He resides with his spouse and three college-age daughters in Lexington, Massachusetts.

David Sandalow is a Guest Scholar at The Brookings Institution, where he writes on conservation and global environment issues. Prior to his appointment at Brookings, Mr. Sandalow was Executive Vice President at World Wildlife Fund, where he helped manage World Wildlife Fund's conservation, advocacy and research programs around the world. During the Clinton administration, Mr. Sandalow served as Assistant Secretary of State for Oceans, Environment and Science and served jointly as Senior Director for Environmental Affairs, National Security Council and Associate Director for the Global Environment, White House Council on Environmental Quality. In these positions, areas of emphasis included global warming, marine conservation, biotechnology, environmental standards of export credit agencies, and environmental events in connection with the President's foreign travel (including Africa, China, India and Latin America). Prior to his work at the White House, Mr. Sandalow was with the Office of General Counsel at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Before working at EPA, Mr. Sandalow was in the private practice of law. Mr. Sandalow has been a member of the American Bar Association (ABA) Standing Committee on Environmental Law, and co-chair of the ABA's Annual Conference on Environmental Law, a member of the Sustainable Development Roundtable at the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) and a Stimson Fellow at Yale University. He is a graduate of the University of Michigan Law School (JD 1982) and Yale College (BA Philosophy 1978).

Roger W. Sant of Washington, D.C. is co-founder of The AES Corporation and currently serves as a Director and Chairman Emeritus of the Board. He was Chairman of the Board and a Director from its inception until May 2003. Prior to starting AES, Mr. Sant was Assistant Administrator for Energy Conservation and the Environment of the Federal Energy Administration and the Director of the Energy Productivity Center, an energy research organization affiliated with The Mellon Institute at Carnegie-Mellon University. Mr. Sant currently serves as Chairman of the Board of Directors of The Summit Foundation, is a Regent of the Smithsonian Institution, and serves on the Boards of Directors of Marriott International, The National Symphony Orchestra and The World Wildlife Fund. Mr. Sant received a B.S. from Brigham Young University and an M.B.A from the Harvard Graduate School of Business.

Karen E. Skelton provides companies and individuals strategic counsel on complex projects involving a combination of political, legal, financial and communication issues on behalf of the Dewey Square group. Until June 2000, Ms. Skelton served as the Chief Counsel of the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), U.S. Department of Transportation. Her responsibilities included providing legal counsel on environmental, civil rights and contract issues, ranging from “sprawl management” to innovative finance. Prior to the Federal Highway Administration, she served as a Deputy Assistant to the President and Deputy Director of Political Affairs at the White House. There she coordinated California’s policy and political issues in the White House and advised the President and Vice President on general political matters. She was Vice President Gore’s first Director of Political Affairs. Prior to her White House tenure, Ms. Skelton served as the Deputy Counsel to the Attorney General at the United States Department of Justice, where she helped establish the first office of tribal justice. She also served as a trial attorney in the Environment and Natural Resources Division and as a special Assistant United States Attorney in the Eastern District of Virginia. Before coming to Washington, Ms. Skelton worked for the law firm of Morrison & Foerster in Los Angeles, California. Ms. Skelton has also worked on behalf of four Presidential campaigns, including Mondale 1983-84, Dukakis 1987-88, Clinton-Gore 1992 and 1996. Ms. Holds a J.D. from the University of California, Berkeley Law School and a Master’s Degree from the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.

Beth A. Viola is managing director of Holland & Knight Strategic Communications Group. Ms. Viola's practice areas include environmental consulting, appropriations work and public relations. Prior to joining Holland & Knight, Ms. Viola served as a senior advisor to the White House Council on Environmental Quality. In this capacity, she served as a senior member of a team responsible for advising the president and the vice president on environmental and energy issues including climate change, natural resources and smart growth. She served as the primary White House liaison on these issues to elected officials, industry, environmental, religious and labor leaders as well as the media. During the last year of her tenure, she was one of Vice President Gore's chief environmental advisors and served as a senior policy advisor to him during his presidential campaign. Before joining the White House in 1994, Ms. Viola worked in government affairs for Matsushita Electric Corporation of America. She is also a former congressional staff member for U.S. Representatives John Edward Porter of Illinois and Claudine Schneider of Rhode Island. Ms. Viola received a bachelor's in political science from Providence College in 1990, and attended the John F. Kennedy School of Government Program for senior managers in government in 1995.

Wesley Warren is a Senior Fellow at the Natural Resources Defense Council where he serves as the Deputy Director of the Advocacy Center. His work focuses on regulatory reform and federal budget matters. During the Clinton administration, Wesley served as Associate Director of the Natural Resources, Energy and Science Division of the White House Office of Management and Budget, and as Chief of Staff at the Council on Environmental Quality. Mr. Warren also served as the Director on the White House Task Force on Livable Communities. From 1991-1994, Wesley worked on the House Energy & Commerce Committee, and from 1988-1991, he worked on the House Science, Space & Technology Committee. He currently serves on the Board of the Environmental Integrity Project and is a member of the Advisory Committee of the National Center for Atmospheric Research.


Staff

Aimée Christensen has worked for over a decade on energy and environmental matters, bringing a broad perspective from her time in government, in the private sector, and in non-governmental organizations. Ms. Christensen joined Environment2004 from the global law firm of Baker & McKenzie where she served as a member of the Global Climate Change and Clean Energy Practice Group, advising clients on energy and environmental matters, including renewable energy project development, global climate change, and corporate responsibility. Prior to joining Baker & McKenzie, she worked on trade and environmental issues for the International Centre for Trade & Sustainable Development during the 1998 and 1999 World Trade Organization Ministerial Meetings. From 1993 to 1998, Ms. Christensen served in the Clinton-Gore Administration, including four years at the Department of Energy where she advised Energy Secretaries Hazel O'Leary and Federico Peña on Latin American energy policy. Before her tenure at the Department of Energy, Ms. Christensen worked on international environmental issues at the White House Office on Environmental Policy, on Environmental Protection Agency matters for the Clinton-Gore Transition Team, and for the American Bar Association's International Law Section. A life-long Democrat, Ms. Christensen worked with the 1992 and 1996 coordinated campaigns and has been active in politics in her home state of Idaho. She is a Board member of the American Council on Renewable Energy and the National Association of Environmental Law Societies, a Term Member of the Council on Foreign Relations, and a Member of the Environmental Law Institute's Council of Partners. She received her B.A. from Smith College and her J.D. from Stanford Law School.

Miranda A. Anderson specializes in strategic and operational non-profit management, corporate responsibility, and organizational development. Her career has spanned both the non- and for-profit sectors, holding management positions in such industries as energy and environmental development in emerging markets, international development, and wireless telecommunications. Prior to joining the E’04 team, Miranda served as the Operations Director for the Solar Electric Light Fund, and provided independent consulting services to a number of private and public organizations. Miranda holds a Bachelor of Science from Colorado State University, and a Masters of Business Administration from George Washington University, specializing in Environmental Management and Policy, with particular research on multi-sectoral partnerships, market-based environmental solutions, and organizational policy at the business, NGO, and government levels.

Leanne Farrell is the Web and Program Coordinator at Environment2004. She graduated with a B.A. in International Relations with honors from Stanford University in June 2002. With a strong interest in sustainable development, she wrote her honors thesis on rural development and natural resource management strategies for indigenous communities impacted by natural gas development in Bolivia. Since moving to Washington, DC, Leanne has worked as an advocate for high standards of environmental sustainability, respect for human rights, and local accountability in the policies and operations of international financial institutions and multinational corporations. She has worked for both Environmental Defense and the Bank Information Center, monitoring publicly-financed projects and supporting advocacy efforts to improve environmental and social policies at the multilateral development banks. At Earthworks (formerly the Mineral Policy Center), she authored public education materials for the launch of a new consumer-based campaign aiming to improve the standards of the gold mining industry to better protect communities and the environment from mining's negative impacts. At Stanford, she co-founded the Stanford Community for Peace and Justice following September 11, 2001, and edited Womenspeak, a campus women's art and literary journal. In her spare time, Leanne enjoys hiking, running, swimming, cooking, and salsa dancing.

Chris Murray is an attorney specializing in environmental issues. He comes to Environment2004 from the Minority Committee of the House Committee on Energy and Commerce where he researched toxics and air issues. Prior to joining the Committee, Mr. Murray served as the Deputy Media Relations Director for the National Environmental Trust where he helped develop and execute successful legislative campaigns around the Clean Air Act, and the Clean Water Act. He is a veteran of electoral campaigns, having served as the Field Director for a successful U.S. Congressional race and as a GOTV coordinator for a coordinated campaign. Chris was trained as a chef at the Natural Gourmet Cookery School and holds a J.D. from the University of California.

Christine M. Stackpole is the Development Director for Environment2004. Previously, Ms. Stackpole worked on a number of Massachusetts political campaigns, including volunteering as a fundraiser and on field strategy for Robert Reich’s gubernatorial campaign. She comes to Environment2004 from Cambridge Energy Research Associates (CERA) where she served as an Associate Director on the Global Oil team. She consulted to companies on air, fuel quality, alternative vehicle, and energy policy issues. She also served as a key research contact to several of CERA’s government clients. While in graduate school, Ms. Stackpole worked with the US Environmental Protection Agency on several projects involving effective and efficient management of enforcement and voluntary programs. She holds a B.A. from Lehigh University and an M.P.P. from Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government.










39 posted on 08/24/2004 3:25:24 PM PDT by kcvl
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To: tame

NO, hadn't seen it.
Unless it's posted here, you ought to.


40 posted on 08/24/2004 3:32:02 PM PDT by onyx (JohnKerry -- the standard bearer for the unbearable)
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To: kcvl
The Center for American Progress is a liberal think tank both lead and created by John Podesta former chief of staff to Bill Clinton. It received a $3 million donation from billionaire George Soros.


PODESTA, ANTHONY
FALLS CHURCH,VA 22041
PODESTAMATTOON/CO-CHAIRMAN

3/15/2004
$500
Kerry, John

PODESTA, ANTHONY
WASHINGTON,DC 20001
PODESTA MATTON/PRINCIPLE
5/11/2004
$1,000
Kerry, John

PODESTA, ANTHONY T
FALLS CHURCH,VA 22044
PODESTA MATTOON/ATTORNEY
9/30/2003
$500
Kerry, John

PODESTA, HEATHER
FALLS CHURCH,VA 22041
N/A/ATTORNEY
3/2/2004
$500
Kerry, John

PODESTA, HEATHER
WASHINGTON,DC 20008
BLANK ROME LLP/ATTORNEY
6/17/2004
$1,500
Kerry, John

PODESTA, JOHN D
WASHINGTON,DC 20016
PODESTA ASSOCIATES/ATTORNEY
5/27/2004
$500
Kerry, John

PODESTA, JOHN D
WASHINGTON,DC 20016
PODESTA ASSOCIATES/ATTORNEY
6/30/2003
$500
Kerry, John

PODESTA, MARY S
WASHINGTON,DC 20016
INVESTMENT COMPANY INSTITUTE/SENIOR
5/27/2004
$250
Kerry, John
41 posted on 08/24/2004 3:33:01 PM PDT by kcvl
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To: kcvl

Political group paid felons for voter drive
Many canvassed in several states

By David A. Lieb, Associated Press | June 24, 2004

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- A Democratic group working to defeat President Bush has paid felons -- some convicted of sex offenses, assault, and burglary -- to conduct door-to-door voter registration drives in at least three election swing states.


America Coming Together, contending that convicted criminals deserve a second chance in society, employs felons as voter canvassers in major metropolitan areas in Missouri, Florida, Ohio, and perhaps in other states among the 17 it is targeting in its drive. Some of the felons lived in halfway houses, and at least four returned to prison.

America Coming Together, or ACT, canvassers ask residents which issues are important to them and, if they are not registered, sign them up as voters. They gather telephone numbers and other personal information, such as driver's license numbers or partial Social Security numbers, depending on what a state requires for voter registration.


42 posted on 08/24/2004 3:35:07 PM PDT by kcvl
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To: kcvl

SOROS, ANNALIESE
NEW YORK,NY
N/A/RETIRED
4/19/2004
$2,000
Kerry, John

SOROS, DAISY M
NEW CANAAN,CT 06840
N/A/HOMEMAKER
2/27/2004
$2,000
Kerry, John

SOROS, GEORGE
NEW YORK,NY 10106
SOROS FUNDS MANAGEMENT/INVESTOR
3/31/2003
$2,000
Kerry, John

SOROS, PAUL
NEW CANAAN,CT 06840
N/A/PHILATHROPIST/FOUNDATION CHAIR
3/1/2004
$2,000
Kerry, John

SOROS, ROBERT
NEW YORK,NY 10019
SOROS FUND MANAGEMENT LLC/EXECUTIVE
6/30/2003
$2,000
Kerry, John

SOROS, SUSAN W
NEW YORK,NY 10019
BARD GRADUATE CENTER/DIRECTOR
3/31/2003
$2,000
Kerry, John


43 posted on 08/24/2004 3:35:48 PM PDT by kcvl
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To: kcvl

What a brilliant coup! (Got my copy of UNFIT this morning....just finished reading the whole book! John O'Neil is my new hero.


44 posted on 08/24/2004 3:36:29 PM PDT by Carolinamom (Guilty as charged, Your Honor; I DID contribute to the Swiftboat vets campaign ads.)
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To: onyx
Hugh, indeed... I had not seen this yet. FYI, FWIW:
To read the latest on the Franchurian Candidate's bizzare exploits, click the picture, goto "last," and work backwards:

If you would like to help the Swift Boat Vets ( as I have, and I urge all to do-- even a few dollars will help ) kindly click on this logo:


If, perchance, the top "click the pic" link is not visible, click here:

-John Kerry- some selected, informative links...--


I want you to help the SwiftVets-- here's how:

1st download the videos and burn them onto a CD or DVD and Hand Them Out! Take lots of extra copies.

Q. Could you please help those of us that are neophytes how to copy?

Both ads are on the SwiftVets.com site. Under "topics" click on "Latest News".Then, see newbie guides at http://www.doom9.org/guides.htm

( Kudos to Fuzzy! )

45 posted on 08/24/2004 4:57:33 PM PDT by backhoe (Just an old Keyboard Cowboy, ridin' the Trackball into the Sunset...)
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To: TommyDale

Oh oh.......great catch.


46 posted on 08/24/2004 5:01:17 PM PDT by nopardons
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To: kcvl

Holy cow!


47 posted on 08/24/2004 5:03:39 PM PDT by nopardons
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To: Wolfstar
That picture of Kerry with the Lincoln bust is REALLY creepy! In the original version of THE MANCHURIAN CANDIDATE,the slimy Senator,who is the MC's step father,has busts of Lincoln all over the house,his office,and goes to the costume ball as .....Honest Abe!
48 posted on 08/24/2004 5:07:17 PM PDT by nopardons
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To: nopardons
That picture of Kerry with the Lincoln bust is REALLY creepy!

It is creepy. And it's also about as subtle as being hit over the head with a 2x4. I have no doubt whatsoever that they were inviting the audience to compare Kerry's unattractive facial features with Lincoln's. You know the old cliche that a man who looked like Lincoln couldn't get elected in the TV age. They were trying to suggest we would be missing out on another Lincoln if we didn't elect Kerry.

49 posted on 08/24/2004 5:11:14 PM PDT by Wolfstar (Dork, dufus, dolt, dummy, dope, dweeb, Democrat — ain't alliteration grand!)
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To: Wolfstar

Well,it didn't work. All I could think of was the old movie,THE MANCHURIAN CANDIDATE! And I bet that I'm not alone. :-)


50 posted on 08/24/2004 5:18:04 PM PDT by nopardons
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