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DEMONSTRATION TO PROTEST UNION TYRRANY - CSEA Hqtrs, Sacramento, Thurs., 1/30, High Noon
January 24, 2003 | Saundra Duffy

Posted on 01/24/2003 9:35:31 AM PST by Saundra Duffy

CA State Employees Assn (CSEA) endorses basically nothing but democrats. State workers have no choice but to belong to this union. It's like slavery; it's like extortion. You can opt out of a few dues but they force you to pay your "fair share" - money they steal from you and then turn around and use to support candidates and causes that you HATE!!! This keeps democraps in absolute power. What a racket!

Fat cats at the union are getting filthy rich on the back of working families. Meanwhile over a thousand state workers - including yours truly - are targeted by Gov. Davis's proposal for TERMINATION.

I tried to get a list of which candidates got how much money and here's the response I got from a CSEA official. I wrote back and called him a damn liar and nothing but a "useful idiot" for the democrats. Here's what that creep had the nerve to write to me:

CSEA does not distribute information regarding the individual contributions it makes to candidates and initiative campaigns. Being true to its task as a representative of state workers, CSEA supports candidates and initiatives that are favorable to state workers without regard to party or the positions candidates may have on other issues. Releasing the list of contributions only serves to anger (1) some members who are Democrats because we supported some Republicans, (2) some members who are Republicans because we supported some Democrats, (3) some pro-choice members because we supported some pro-life candidates, (4) some pro-life members because we supported some pro-choice candidates, etc. Again, CSEA's contributions to candidates and initiatives are based on its assessment of how state workers will be impacted, and are "blind" on these other issues; however the list of contributions only serves to anger some part of our constituency over issues on which CSEA does not take a position.

While CSEA does not make it a practice to distribute its list of contributions, it does comply with all the campaign disclosure requirements, and its contributions are part of the public record at the California Secretary of State's office.


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DEMONSTRATION at CSEA Hqtrs in Sacramento, 1108 O St., Thursday, 1/30, High Noon. I'll be there with my bull horn. I'm going to send news releases and I've been distributing flyers. The CSEA may be in for a little surprise come next Thursday. I am not the only pissed off state worker in California.

For victory & freedom!!!

1 posted on 01/24/2003 9:35:31 AM PST by Saundra Duffy
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To: NormsRevenge; ElkGroveDan; RonDog; daviddennis; Jim Robinson; CounterCounterCulture
Ping
2 posted on 01/24/2003 9:36:58 AM PST by Saundra Duffy
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To: Saundra Duffy
You are ALWAYS standing up for truth and freedom! God bless you and hope others will join you.
3 posted on 01/24/2003 9:37:28 AM PST by Freedom'sWorthIt
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To: Saundra Duffy
Hammer down!!!
4 posted on 01/24/2003 9:40:52 AM PST by bigfootbob
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To: Saundra Duffy
Good Luck!!!

Watch out for any Goons that may be imported by the union to disrupt and intimidate, Philadelphia style.
5 posted on 01/24/2003 9:42:54 AM PST by jimtorr
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To: Freedom'sWorthIt
Here's the web site for the CSEA - www.calcsea.org - I heard that the President of CSEA has gotten a hefty pay raise lately. Interesting. Now that thousands of state workers will lose their jobs, will the CSEA lay off some of its staff? LOL!
6 posted on 01/24/2003 9:47:22 AM PST by Saundra Duffy
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To: jimtorr; comwatch
Watch out for any Goons that may be imported by the union to disrupt and intimidate, Philadelphia style.

I was kind of hoping Comwatch would show up. He knows how to handle those creeps.

7 posted on 01/24/2003 9:49:06 AM PST by Saundra Duffy
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To: bigfootbob
Hammer down!!!

You betcha! For victory & freedom!!!

8 posted on 01/24/2003 9:49:39 AM PST by Saundra Duffy
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To: Saundra Duffy; Gophack
I think you can get that donor information from the Secretary of State. I bet the gracious and lovely gophack knows where to find it.
9 posted on 01/24/2003 11:09:46 AM PST by ElkGroveDan (Fighting for Freedom and Having Fun)
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To: ElkGroveDan; Saundra Duffy
Out of nearly 1.2 million CSEA spent in 2001-2002 election cycle, only $44,000 went to Republicans (bolded). You can see, these are nominal amounts.

DATE RECIPIENT CONTEST AMOUNT
10/15/02 FIGUEROA FOR SENATE STATE SENATOR 10 $500
10/15/02 FIREBAUGH FOR ASSEMBLY, MARCO STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 50 $3,000
10/15/02 NAKANO 2002 STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 53 $1,000
10/15/02 PAVLEY FOR ASSEMBLY STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 41 $500
10/15/02 SOTO FOR SENATE 2002 STATE SENATOR 32 $3,000
10/15/02 STEINBERG FOR ASSEMBLY, PARENTS & NEIGHBORS SUPPORTING DARRELL STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 9 $1,000
10/4/02 BERG FOR ASSEMBLY, PATTY STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 1 $3,000
10/4/02 BOWEN FOR STATE SENATE STATE SENATOR 28 $1,000
10/4/02 CALIFORNIA DEMOCRATIC PARTY $25,000
10/4/02 CALIFORNIA VOTER REGISTRATION PROJECT $50,000
10/4/02 CHU FOR ASSEMBLY, JUDY STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 49 $3,000
10/4/02 LIEBER FOR ASSEMBLY, SALLY STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 22 $3,000
10/4/02 MCLEOD, COMMITTEE TO ELECT GLORIA NEGRETE STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 61 $1,000
10/4/02 MCLEOD, COMMITTEE TO RE-ELECT GLORIA NEGRETE STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 61 $1,000
10/4/02 MULLIN FOR ASSEMBLY, GENE STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 19 $2,000
10/4/02 PERATA FOR SENATE STATE SENATOR 9 $5,000
10/4/02 SALINAS FOR ASSEMBLY, SIMON STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 28 $1,000
9/30/02 SACRAMENTO COUNTY DEMOCRATIC CENTRAL COMMITTEE $302
9/30/02 SHELLEY FOR SECRETARY OF STATE, KEVIN SECRETARY OF STATE $5,000
9/30/02 WESTLY FOR CONTROLLER STATE CONTROLLER $30,000
9/23/02 ALAMEDA COUNTY DEMOCRATIC CENTRAL COMMITTEE OTHER $450
9/23/02 CONNELL COMMITTEE, KATHLEEN STATE CONTROLLER $10,000
9/23/02 LOCKYER COMMITTEE, THE ATTORNEY GENERAL $1,000
9/23/02 O'CONNELL 2002 SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION $10,000
9/23/02 RICHMAN, FRIENDS OF KEITH STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 38 $1,000
9/23/02 WESTLY FOR CONTROLLER STATE CONTROLLER $20,000
9/9/02 END OF SESSION BASH/CALIFORNIA VOTER REGISTRATION OTHER $2,382
9/9/02 HARRY TRUMAN DEMO CLUB $399
9/4/02 DAVIS COMMITTEE, GOVERNOR GRAY GOVERNOR $20,000
8/28/02 BUSTAMANTE FOR LT. GOVERNOR COMMITTEE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR $10,000
8/28/02 GARAMENDI COMMITTEE, JOHN INSURANCE COMMISSIONER $10,000
8/28/02 SHELLEY FOR SECRETARY OF STATE, KEVIN SECRETARY OF STATE $10,000
8/28/02 WESTLY FOR CONTROLLER STATE CONTROLLER $10,000
8/22/02 ALARCON, FRIENDS OF RICHARD STATE SENATOR 20 $1,000
8/22/02 BENOIT FOR ASSEMBLY STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 64 $1,000
8/22/02 CALIFORNIA DEMOCRATIC PARTY $5,367
8/22/02 END OF SESSION BASH/CALIFORNIA VOTER REGISTRATION OTHER $3,300
8/22/02 HORTON FOR CA STATE ASSEMBLY, JEROME STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 51 $2,000
8/22/02 ROMERO FOR SENATE, GLORIA STATE SENATOR 24 $1,000
8/22/02 SIMITIAN FOR CALIFORNIA STATE ASSEMBLY STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 21 $1,000
8/13/02 CARDOZA, FRIENDS OF DENNIS STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 26 $1,000
8/13/02 COHN FOR ASSEMBLY, REBECCA STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 24 $1,000
8/13/02 DUNN, FRIENDS OF JOE STATE SENATOR 34 $300
8/13/02 DUTTON FOR ASSEMBLY, BOB STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 63 $500
8/13/02 DYMALLY, FRIENDS OF STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 52 $500
8/13/02 FIREBAUGH FOR ASSEMBLY, MARCO STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 50 $500
8/13/02 FLOREZ FOR SENATE, DEAN STATE SENATOR 16 $1,000
8/13/02 LEADERS FOR AN EFFECTIVE GOVERNMENT STATE SENATOR 3 $25,000
8/13/02 LENO FOR ASSEMBLY 2002, MARK STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 2 $2,000
8/13/02 LIEBER FOR ASSEMBLY, SALLY STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 22 $2,000
8/13/02 MADDOX, FRIENDS OF KEN STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 68 $1,000
8/13/02 MALDONADO, FRIENDS OF ABEL STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 33 $2,000
8/13/02 MATHUR, FRIENDS OF PRIYA OTHER $2,000
8/13/02 MCLEOD, COMMITTEE TO RE-ELECT GLORIA NEGRETE STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 61 $1,000
8/13/02 NATION FOR ASSEMBLY, JOE STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 6 $1,000
8/13/02 NUNEZ, FRIENDS OF FABIAN STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 46 $1,000
8/13/02 SACRAMENTO COUNTY DEMOCRATIC CENTRAL COMMITTEE OTHER $2,000
8/13/02 WESTLY FOR CONTROLLER STATE CONTROLLER $20,000
8/6/02 DIAZ FOR ASSEMBLY, MANNY STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 23 $1,000
8/6/02 WAYNE FOR SENATE STATE SENATOR 39 $750
7/22/02 BERG FOR ASSEMBLY, PATTY STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 1 $3,000
7/22/02 BUSTAMANTE FOR LT. GOVERNOR COMMITTEE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR $10,000
7/22/02 MULLIN FOR ASSEMBLY, GENE STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 19 $2,000
7/22/02 WOLK FOR ASSEMBLY 2002 STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 8 $3,000
7/15/02 WESTLY FOR CONTROLLER STATE CONTROLLER $257
7/10/02 CORREA, FRIENDS OF LOU STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 69 $1,000
7/10/02 FIREBAUGH FOR ASSEMBLY, MARCO STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 50 $500
7/10/02 KORETZ, FRIENDS OF PAUL STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 42 $500
7/10/02 MACHADO FOR SENATE 2004 STATE SENATOR 5 $1,000
7/10/02 SACRAMENTO WOMEN'S CAMPAIGN FUND $500
7/10/02 SPEIER - STATE SENATE, JACKIE STATE SENATOR 8 $1,000
7/10/02 STEINBERG FOR ASSEMBLY, PARENTS & NEIGHBORS SUPPORTING DARRELL STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 9 $1,000
6/28/02 ACUNA FOR ASSEMBLY 2002 STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 80 $6,000
6/28/02 AREIAS FOR SENATE 2002, RUSTY STATE SENATOR 12 $3,000
6/28/02 DUCHENY FOR SENATE, DENISE MORENO STATE SENATOR 40 $4,500
6/28/02 GARAMENDI COMMITTEE, JOHN INSURANCE COMMISSIONER $10,000
6/28/02 GERBER, FRIENDS OF DONNA STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 15 $6,000
6/28/02 HALL FOR ASSEMBLY, VINCE STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 78 $5,000
6/28/02 HALLINAN, FRIENDS OF TOM STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 26 $6,000
6/28/02 LIU FOR ASSEMBLY 2002, CAROL STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 44 $5,000
6/28/02 LOCKYER COMMITTEE, THE ATTORNEY GENERAL $10,000
6/28/02 LOWENTHAL FOR ASSEMBLY, ALAN STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 54 $5,000
6/28/02 MAESTAS, FRIENDS OF KATHERINE STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 10 $6,000
6/28/02 MATTHEWS, FRIENDS OF BARBARA STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 17 $5,000
6/28/02 O'CONNELL 2002 SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION $10,000
6/28/02 PARRA FOR ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 30 $5,000
6/28/02 SHELLEY FOR SECRETARY OF STATE, KEVIN SECRETARY OF STATE $15,000
6/28/02 WESTLY FOR CONTROLLER STATE CONTROLLER $10,000
6/18/02 BERMUDEZ FOR ASSEMBLY, RUDOLPH STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 56 $1,000
6/18/02 CAROLE MIDGEN LEADERSHIP COMMITTEE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION MEMBER $1,000
6/18/02 CHESBRO FOR SENATE STATE SENATOR 2 $1,000
6/18/02 COHN FOR ASSEMBLY, REBECCA STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 24 $1,000
6/18/02 DUTRA FOR ASSEMBLY, JOHN STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 20 $1,000
6/18/02 ESCUTIA FOR STATE SENATE, MARTHA STATE SENATOR 30 $1,000
6/18/02 JACKSON FOR ASSEMBLY, HANNAH-BETH STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 35 $3,000
6/18/02 KARNETTE, COMMITTEE TO ELECT BETTY STATE SENATOR 27 $3,000
6/18/02 LAIRD, COMMITTEE TO ELECT JOHN STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 27 $1,000
6/18/02 LIU FOR ASSEMBLY 2002, CAROL STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 44 $1,000
6/18/02 ORTIZ, WORKING FAMILIES FOR DEBORAH STATE SENATOR 6 $1,000
6/18/02 PAVLEY FOR ASSEMBLY STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 41 $1,000
6/18/02 RIDLEY-THOMAS FOR ASSEMBLY, MARK STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 48 $1,000
6/18/02 SOTO FOR SENATE 2002 STATE SENATOR 32 $1,500
6/18/02 WESSON FOR ASSEMBLY STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 47 $50,000
6/18/02 WIGGINS FOR ASSEMBLY, PAT STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 17 $1,000
6/18/02 YEE FOR ASSEMBLY, LELAND STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 12 $1,000
6/14/02 WESSON FOR ASSEMBLY STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 47 $12,000
5/31/02 ALARCON, FRIENDS OF RICHARD STATE SENATOR 20 $1,000
5/31/02 ANGELIDES, FRIENDS OF PHILIP STATE TREASURER $5,000
5/31/02 BOWEN FOR STATE SENATE STATE SENATOR 28 $1,000
5/31/02 BURTON FOR STATE SENATE STATE SENATOR 3 $25,000
5/31/02 GOLDBERG ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 45 $1,000
5/31/02 HORTON FOR CA STATE ASSEMBLY, JEROME STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 51 $3,000
5/31/02 KEHOE, FRIENDS OF CHRISTINE STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 76 $1,000
5/31/02 LONGVILLE FOR ASSEMBLY, JOHN STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 62 $1,000
5/31/02 LOWENTHAL FOR ASSEMBLY, ALAN STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 54 $1,000
5/31/02 NAKANO 2002 STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 53 $1,000
5/31/02 PARRA FOR ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 30 $1,000
5/31/02 ROMERO FOR SENATE, GLORIA STATE SENATOR 24 $1,000
5/31/02 SHELLEY FOR ASSEMBLY STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 12 $2,500
5/31/02 TOWN & COUNTRY DEMOCRATIC CLUB $500
5/16/02 AREIAS FOR SENATE 2002, RUSTY STATE SENATOR 12 $3,000
5/16/02 BENOIT FOR ASSEMBLY STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 64 $1,000
5/16/02 BRIGGS FOR ASSEMBLY STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 29 $1,000
5/16/02 CALDERON FOR ASSEMBLY, TOM STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 58 $1,000
5/16/02 CEDILLO FOR STATE SENATE STATE SENATOR 22 $1,000
5/16/02 CHAN FOR ASSEMBLY STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 16 $1,000
5/16/02 CHU FOR ASSEMBLY, JUDY STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 49 $1,000
5/16/02 CORDOZA, FRIENDS OF DENNIS STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 26 $1,000
5/16/02 DUCHENY FOR SENATE, DENISE MORENO STATE SENATOR 40 $1,500
5/16/02 DUNN, FRIENDS OF JOE STATE SENATOR 34 $1,000
5/16/02 FIREBAUGH FOR ASSEMBLY, MARCO STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 50 $1,000
5/16/02 FROMMER FOR ASSEMBLY 2002 STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 43 $1,000
5/16/02 HALL FOR ASSEMBLY, VINCE STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 78 $1,000
5/16/02 HANCOCK FOR ASSEMBLY, LONI STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 14 $6,000
5/16/02 KEHOE, FRIENDS OF CHRISTINE STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 76 $500
5/16/02 KORETZ, RE-ELECT PAUL STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 42 $1,000
5/16/02 MATTHEWS, FRIENDS OF BARBARA STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 17 $1,000
5/16/02 MONTANEZ, FAMILIES FOR CINDY STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 39 $1,000
5/16/02 O'CONNELL 2002 SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION $20
5/16/02 OROPEZA, FRIENDS OF JENNY STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 55 $1,000
5/16/02 PAPAN FOR ASSEMBLY STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 19 $750
5/16/02 REYES, FRIENDS OF SARAH STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 31 $1,000
5/16/02 RIDLEY-THOMAS FOR ASSEMBLY, MARK STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 48 $500
5/16/02 SOTO FOR SENATE 2002 STATE SENATOR 32 $500
5/16/02 VARGAS, COMMITTEE TO RE-ELECT JUAN STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 79 $1,000
5/16/02 VASCONCELLOS FOR SENATE, JOHN STATE SENATOR 13 $2,000
4/29/02 ALARI, FRIENDS OF STEVEN OTHER $6,000
4/22/02 CALDERON FOR ASSEMBLY, RONALD STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 58 $1,000
4/22/02 CARDENAS 2000, TONY STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 39 $1,000
4/22/02 CORBETT, FRIENDS OF ELLEN STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 18 $600
4/22/02 FLOREZ FOR SENATE, DEAN STATE SENATOR 16 $1,000
4/22/02 TORLAKSON FOR SENATE, TOM STATE SENATOR 7 $1,000
4/22/02 VINCENT COMMITTEE, SENATOR EDWARD STATE SENATOR 25 $1,000
4/10/02 CANCIAMILLA FOR ASSEMBLY 2002 STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 11 $1,000
4/10/02 CAROLE MIDGEN LEADERSHIP COMMITTEE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION MEMBER $3,000
4/10/02 CHIANG FOR STATE BOARD, JOHN BOARD OF EQUALIZATION MEMBER $5,000
4/10/02 CONNELL COMMITTEE, KATHLEEN STATE CONTROLLER $5,000
4/10/02 LOCKYER COMMITTEE, THE ATTORNEY GENERAL $10,000
4/10/02 O'CONNELL 2002 SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION $10,000
4/10/02 PARRISH S.B.E. CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE, CLAUDE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION MEMBER $3,000
4/10/02 WESTLY FOR CONTROLLER STATE CONTROLLER $10,000
3/29/02 CALIFORNIA STATE EMPLOYEES ASSOCIATION INITIATIVE COMMITTEE $1,500
3/20/02 HORTON FOR CA STATE ASSEMBLY, JEROME STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 51 $3,000
3/20/02 JACKSON FOR ASSEMBLY, HANNAH-BETH STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 35 $1,000
3/20/02 MURRAY, COMMITTEE TO ELECT KEVIN STATE SENATOR 26 $1,000
3/20/02 PAVLEY FOR ASSEMBLY STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 41 $1,000
3/20/02 SCOTT FOR STATE SENATE, JACK STATE SENATOR 21 $1,000
3/20/02 SPEIER - STATE SENATE, JACKIE STATE SENATOR 8 $1,000
2/28/02 STATE & SCHOOL EMPLOYEES FOR WORKING FAMILIES $10,000
2/25/02 ALQUIST FOR SENATE STATE SENATOR 13 $1,000
2/25/02 CALDERON FOR ASSEMBLY, RONALD STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 58 $1,000
2/25/02 CARDOZA, FRIENDS OF DENNIS STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 26 $2,000
2/25/02 FUENTES, FRIENDS OF CHUCK STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 58 $1,000
2/25/02 HALL FOR ASSEMBLY, VINCE STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 78 $3,000
2/25/02 HALLINAN, FRIENDS OF TOM STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 26 $1,000
2/25/02 HARMAN, COMMITTEE TO ELECT TOM STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 67 $1,000
2/25/02 KORETZ, RE-ELECT PAUL STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 42 $500
2/25/02 LOWENTHAL FOR ASSEMBLY, ALAN STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 54 $1,000
2/25/02 MAGGARD FOR ASSEMBLY, MIKE STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 32 $1,000
2/25/02 MATTHEWS, FRIENDS OF BARBARA STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 17 $2,000
2/25/02 OROPEZA, FRIENDS OF JENNY STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 55 $2,000
2/25/02 ORTIZ, WORKING FAMILIES FOR DEBORAH STATE SENATOR 6 $2,000
2/25/02 PESCETTI FOR ASSEMBLY STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 10 $3,000
2/25/02 ROMERO FOR SENATE, GLORIA STATE SENATOR 24 $1,000
2/25/02 SHELLEY FOR ASSEMBLY STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 12 $5,000
2/25/02 STEINBERG, FRIENDS OF DARRELL STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 9 $1,000
2/21/02 BRITT FOR ASSEMBLY, HARRY STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 13 $19,684
2/21/02 O'CONNELL 2002 SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION $10,000
2/21/02 STATE & SCHOOL EMPLOYEES INCLUDING COPS, NURSES, FIREFIGHERS AND EDUCATORS FOR STEVE HARDY $25,000
2/14/02 ACUNA FOR ASSEMBLY 2002 STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 80 $3,000
2/14/02 ALARCON, FRIENDS OF RICHARD STATE SENATOR 20 $1,000
2/14/02 AREIAS FOR SENATE 2002, RUSTY STATE SENATOR 12 $3,000
2/14/02 BAGATELOS FOR ASSEMBLY STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 10 $6,000
2/14/02 BERMUDEZ FOR ASSEMBLY, RUDOLPH STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 56 $2,000
2/14/02 BRITT FOR ASSEMBLY, HARRY STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 13 $6,000
2/14/02 CEDILLO FOR STATE SENATE STATE SENATOR 22 $2,000
2/14/02 CRETTOL, FRIENDS OF JIM STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 30 $1,000
2/14/02 DICKERSON FOR ASSEMBLY STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 2 $6,000
2/14/02 DIRIDON, FRIENDS OF ROD STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 22 $3,000
2/14/02 DUCHENY FOR SENATE, DENISE MORENO STATE SENATOR 40 $2,000
2/14/02 DYMALLY, FRIENDS OF STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 52 $1,000
2/14/02 ESCUTIA FOR STATE SENATE, MARTHA STATE SENATOR 30 $1,000
2/14/02 GALLARDO-ROOKER, FRIENDS OF ALEXANDRA STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 52 $1,000
2/14/02 HALL FOR ASSEMBLY, VINCE STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 78 $3,000
2/14/02 HANCOCK FOR ASSEMBLY, LONI STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 14 $2,000
2/14/02 HARDY FOR ASSEMBLY, STEVE STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 08 $3,000
2/14/02 LAIRD, COMMITTEE TO ELECT JOHN STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 27 $1,000
2/14/02 LEVINE FOR ASSEMBLY, LLOYD STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 40 $6,000
2/14/02 MALDONADO, FRIENDS OF ABEL STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 33 $1,000
2/14/02 MONTANEZ, FAMILIES FOR CINDY STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 39 $3,000
2/14/02 NUNEZ, FRIENDS OF FABIAN STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 46 $3,000
2/14/02 PAPAN, FRIENDS OF GINA STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 19 $2,000
2/14/02 PARRA FOR ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 30 $1,000
2/14/02 PEPPLER FOR ASSEMBLY, SUSAN STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 63 $1,000
2/14/02 RIDLEY-THOMAS FOR ASSEMBLY, MARK STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 48 $3,000
2/14/02 SACRAMENTO COUNTY DEMOCRATIC CENTRAL COMMITTEE OTHER $1,000
2/14/02 YEE FOR ASSEMBLY, LELAND STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 12 $1,000
2/14/02 ZETTEL FOR ASSEMBLY, CHARLENE STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 75 $2,000
2/5/02 BOGH, FRIENDS OF RUSS STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 65 $1,000
2/5/02 CHAN FOR ASSEMBLY STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 16 $1,000
2/5/02 CHAVEZ FOR ASSEMBLY, EDWARD STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 57 $1,000
2/5/02 CHU FOR ASSEMBLY, JUDY STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 49 $1,000
2/5/02 COHN FOR ASSEMBLY, REBECCA STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 24 $1,000
2/5/02 CORBETT, FRIENDS OF ELLEN STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 18 $1,000
2/5/02 DUNN, FRIENDS OF JOE STATE SENATOR 34 $1,000
2/5/02 FIREBAUGH 2002 STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 50 $1,000
2/5/02 MACHADO FOR SENATE, MIKE STATE SENATOR 5 $1,500
2/5/02 MIGDEN LEADERHIP COMMITTEE, CAROLE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION MEMBER $1,000
2/5/02 NAKANO 2002 STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 53 $1,000
2/5/02 SALINAS FOR ASSEMBLY, SIMON STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 28 $1,000
2/5/02 SIMITIAN FOR CALIFORNIA STATE ASSEMBLY STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 21 $1,000
1/30/02 CALIFORNIA DEMOCRATIC PARTY $15,000
1/30/02 CHESBRO FOR SENATE STATE SENATOR 2 $500
1/30/02 CHU FOR ASSEMBLY, JUDY STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 49 $1,000
1/30/02 LOS ANGELES CALIFORNIA DEMOCRATIC PARTY OTHER $130
1/14/02 CALIFORNIA STATE EMPLOYEES ASSOCIATION INITIATIVE COMMITTEE $1,000
11/7/01 ALQUIST FOR SENATE STATE SENATOR 13 $750
11/7/01 CORBETT, FRIENDS OF ELLEN STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 18 $150
11/7/01 MATTHEWS, FRIENDS OF BARBARA STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 17 $1,000
9/25/01 CALIFORNIA STATE EMPLOYEES ASSOCIATION INITIATIVE COMMITTEE $500
9/25/01 DUCHENY FOR SENATE, DENISE MORENO STATE SENATOR 40 $200
9/25/01 FLOREZ, FRIENDS OF DEAN STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 30 $100
9/25/01 MACHADO FOR SENATE, MIKE STATE SENATOR 5 $1,000
9/20/01 CALIFORNIA VOTER REGISTRATION PROJECT $2,402
9/11/01 CALIFORNIA STATE EMPLOYEES ASSOCIATION INITIATIVE COMMITTEE $9,500
9/10/01 BUSTAMANTE FOR LT. GOVERNOR COMMITTEE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR $1,000
9/10/01 CALIFORNIA VOTER REGISTRATION PROJECT $75,000
9/10/01 CORREA, FRIENDS OF LOU STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 69 $1,000
9/10/01 GARAMENDI COMMITTEE, JOHN INSURANCE COMMISSIONER $350
9/10/01 HARDY FOR ASSEMBLY, STEVE STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 08 $3,000
9/10/01 MIGDEN LEADERHIP COMMITTEE, CAROLE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION MEMBER $1,000
9/10/01 PAPAN FOR ASSEMBLY STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 19 $1,000
9/10/01 PESCETTI FOR ASSEMBLY STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 10 $1,000
9/10/01 SHELLEY FOR SECRETARY OF STATE, KEVIN SECRETARY OF STATE $1,000
9/10/01 SOTO FOR SENATE, NELL STATE SENATOR 32 $1,000
9/10/01 STEINBERG FOR ASSEMBLY, PARENTS & NEIGHBORS SUPPORTING DARRELL STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 9 $350
8/13/01 ALPERT FOR SENATE, DEDE STATE SENATOR 39 $1,000
8/13/01 ASSEMBLY DEMOCRATIC LEADERSHIP FUND STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 40 $851
8/13/01 LOWENTHAL FOR ASSEMBLY, ALAN STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 54 $750
8/13/01 PESCETTI FOR ASSEMBLY STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 10 $300
8/13/01 SALINAS FOR ASSEMBLY STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 28 $750
7/18/01 CONNELL COMMITTEE, KATHLEEN STATE CONTROLLER $10,000
7/5/01 ALARCON, FRIENDS OF RICHARD STATE SENATOR 20 $1,000
7/5/01 BRIGGS FOR ASSEMBLY STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 29 $750
7/5/01 CHU FOR ASSEMBLY, JUDY STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 49 $1,000
7/5/01 DAVIS COMMITTEE, GOVERNOR GRAY GOVERNOR $10,000
7/5/01 FLOREZ, FRIENDS OF DEAN STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 30 $1,000
7/5/01 MATTHEWS, FRIENDS OF BARBARA STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 17 $1,000
7/5/01 MCLEOD, COMMITTEE TO ELECT GLORIA NEGRETE STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 61 $200
7/5/01 O'CONNELL 2002 SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION $10,000
7/5/01 ORTIZ, WORKING FAMILIES FOR DEBORAH STATE SENATOR 6 $1,000
7/5/01 PAPAN, FRIENDS OF GINA STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 19 $500
6/22/01 ARONER FOR ASSEMBLY STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 14 $1,500
6/22/01 CALDERON, FRIENDS OF TOM INSURANCE COMMISSIONER $2,500
6/22/01 CEDILLO, FRIENDS OF GIL STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 46 $1,000
6/22/01 CHESBRO FOR SENATE STATE SENATOR 2 $1,000
6/22/01 DUNN, FRIENDS OF JOE STATE SENATOR 34 $1,000
6/22/01 HORTON FOR CA STATE ASSEMBLY, JEROME STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 51 $3,000
6/22/01 KEHOE, FRIENDS OF CHRISTINE STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 76 $500
6/22/01 MACHADO FOR SENATE, MIKE STATE SENATOR 5 $2,500
6/22/01 MCPHERSON FOR SENATE, BRUCE STATE SENATOR 15 $1,000
6/22/01 NAKANO FOR ASSEMBLY, GEORGE STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 53 $1,000
6/22/01 SACRAMENTO WOMEN'S CAMPAIGN FUND $500
6/22/01 SOTO FOR SENATE 2002 STATE SENATOR 32 $1,000
6/22/01 THOMSON SENATE 2002, HELEN STATE SENATOR 4 $1,000
6/22/01 VARGAS, COMMITTEE TO RE-ELECT JUAN STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 79 $1,000
6/22/01 WAYNE FOR SENATE STATE SENATOR 39 $1,500
6/1/01 CHAVEZ FOR ASSEMBLY, EDWARD STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 57 $1,000
6/1/01 COHN FOR ASSEMBLY, REBECCA STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 24 $1,000
6/1/01 DIAZ FOR ASSEMBLY, MANNY STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 23 $1,000
6/1/01 KEHOE, FRIENDS OF CHRISTINE STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 76 $1,000
6/1/01 MACHADO FOR SENATE, MIKE STATE SENATOR 5 $1,000
6/1/01 MIGDEN LEADERHIP COMMITTEE, CAROLE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION MEMBER $1,000
6/1/01 MURRAY, COMMITTEE TO ELECT KEVIN STATE SENATOR 26 $1,000
6/1/01 OROPEZA, FRIENDS OF JENNY STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 55 $1,000
6/1/01 PARRISH S.B.E. CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE, CLAUDE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION MEMBER $5,000
6/1/01 ROMERO FOR SENATE, GLORIA STATE SENATOR 24 $1,500
6/1/01 VASCONCELLOS FOR SENATE, JOHN STATE SENATOR 13 $1,500
5/2/01 CARDENAS FOR SECRETARY OF STATE, TONY SECRETARY OF STATE $1,000
5/2/01 CORBETT, FRIENDS OF ELLEN STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 18 $250
5/2/01 FIREBAUGH FOR ASSEMBLY, MARCO STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 50 $1,000
5/2/01 KLEHS FOR CONTROLLER STATE CONTROLLER $1,000
5/2/01 LIU FOR ASSEMBLY, CAROL STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 44 $1,000
5/2/01 LONGVILLE FOR ASSEMBLY, JOHN STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 62 $1,000
5/2/01 SCOTT FOR STATE SENATE, JACK STATE SENATOR 21 $1,000
5/2/01 SOTO FOR SENATE, NELL STATE SENATOR 32 $3,398
5/2/01 STEINBERG FOR ASSEMBLY, PARENTS & NEIGHBORS SUPPORTING DARRELL STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 9 $1,000
5/2/01 WESSON FOR ASSEMBLY 2002 STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 42 $1,000
4/10/01 BRULTE, FRIENDS OF JIM BOARD OF EQUALIZATION MEMBER $1,000
4/10/01 CALDERON FOR ASSEMBLY, TOM STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 58 $1,000
4/10/01 DUTRA FOR ASSEMBLY, JOHN STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 20 $1,000
4/10/01 HAVICE 2000 STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 56 $3,000
4/10/01 KEELEY FOR SENATE STATE SENATOR 15 $1,000
4/10/01 PERATA FOR SENATE STATE SENATOR 9 $3,000
4/10/01 PESCETTI FOR ASSEMBLY STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 10 $1,000
4/10/01 POOCHIGIAN SENATE COMMITTEE STATE SENATOR 14 $1,000
4/10/01 SPEIER - STATE SENATE, JACKIE STATE SENATOR 8 $1,000
4/10/01 VINCENT COMMITTEE, SENATOR EDWARD STATE SENATOR 25 $1,000
3/20/01 CALIFORNIA STATE EMPLOYEES ASSOCIATION INITIATIVE COMMITTEE $10,000
3/16/01 BRIGGS FOR ASSEMBLY STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 23 $750
3/16/01 CALIFORNIA DEMOCRATIC PARTY $25,000
3/16/01 CARDOZA FOR SENATE, DENNIS STATE SENATOR 12 $1,000
3/16/01 COX, TAXPAYERS FOR DAVE STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 5 $150
3/16/01 DUCHENY FOR SENATE, DENISE MORENO STATE SENATOR 40 $100
3/16/01 ESCUTIA FOR STATE SENATE, MARTHA STATE SENATOR 30 $1,500
3/16/01 HARMAN, COMMITTEE TO ELECT TOM STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 67 $750
3/16/01 LIU FOR ASSEMBLY, CAROL STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 44 $500
3/16/01 ORTIZ, WORKING FAMILIES FOR DEBORAH STATE SENATOR 6 $1,000
2/26/01 ALQUIST FOR SENATE STATE SENATOR 13 $750
2/26/01 CANCIAMILLA FOR ASSEMBLY, JOE STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 11 $750
2/26/01 CARDOZA FOR SENATE, DENNIS STATE SENATOR 12 $1,000
2/26/01 CAROLE MIDGEN LEADERSHIP COMMITTEE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION MEMBER $1,000
2/26/01 CHAN FOR ASSEMBLY STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 16 $1,000
2/26/01 GALLEGOS FOR STATE SENATE 2001, MARTIN STATE SENATOR 24 $1,000
2/26/01 GOLDBERG ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 45 $500
2/26/01 JOHANNESSEN FOR SENATE STATE SENATOR 4 $1,000
2/26/01 JOHN CHIANG FOR STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION BOARD OF EQUALIZATION MEMBER $5,000
2/26/01 KORETZ, FRIENDS OF PAUL STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 42 $500
2/26/01 KUEHL FOR SENATE STATE SENATOR 23 $1,000
2/26/01 LOCKYER COMMITTEE, THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR $10,000
2/26/01 MALDONADO, FRIENDS OF ABEL STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 33 $1,000
2/26/01 PAVLEY FOR ASSEMBLY STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 41 $3,000
2/26/01 ROMERO FOR SENATE, GLORIA STATE SENATOR 24 $1,000
2/26/01 SOTO FOR SENATE 2002 STATE SENATOR 32 $1,000
2/26/01 WAYNE FOR SENATE STATE SENATOR 39 $1,000
2/26/01 ZETTEL FOR ASSEMBLY, CHARLENE STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 75 $1,000
1/9/01 CALIFORNIA STATE EMPLOYEES ASSOCIATION INITIATIVE COMMITTEE $21,000
1/9/01 DAVIS COMMITTEE, GOVERNOR GRAY GOVERNOR $10,000
1/9/01 MCLEOD, COMMITTEE TO ELECT GLORIA NEGRETE STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 61 $5,780
1/9/01 WIGGINS FOR ASSEMBLY, PAT STATE ASSEMBLY PERSON 17 $500

10 posted on 01/24/2003 11:32:32 AM PST by Gophack
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To: ElkGroveDan
I think you can get that donor information from the Secretary of State.

I was trying to avoid the hassle. They know, those creeps, that they can get away with this . . . what's to stop them? It's infuriating. Thanks for the post and bump. For victory & freedom!!!

11 posted on 01/24/2003 1:39:26 PM PST by Saundra Duffy
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To: Gophack
Oh, my God! THANKS FOR THE LIST. I'm making a copy to distribute at the demonstration. Excellent!!! (How'd you do that?) For victory & freedom!!!
12 posted on 01/24/2003 1:41:52 PM PST by Saundra Duffy
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To: Gophack
Bump the list of recipients of CSEA filthy/dirty money! As far as I'm concerned, THEY HAVE BLOOD ON THEIR HANDS! All of these democrats are pro abortion creeps from hell! I hope we get a good turn out next week. For victory & freedom!!!
13 posted on 01/24/2003 1:48:42 PM PST by Saundra Duffy
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To: Saundra Duffy
I can't believe what they said in the letter to you. They gave to 4 or 5 pro-life Republicans (Cox, Benoit, Pescetti -- who was in bed with the employees unions -- Briggs, Dutton), but in very nominal amounts (I think it was $150 to Cox, and he's the Republican leader!)

Basically, 3.6% of their money went to Republicans, and half of that to pro-life Republicans; so about 1.8% of their money went to pro-life candidates (because there are no Democrat pro-life candidates!, at least that they gave money to!) ... wait, I take that back, Jim Crettol ran against Nicole Parra in the Dem primary and he's pro-life. He lost.

14 posted on 01/24/2003 2:06:47 PM PST by Gophack
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To: Saundra Duffy
Bump

Go Get 'em!!!
15 posted on 01/24/2003 2:09:53 PM PST by NormsRevenge (Semper Fi ...)
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To: Gophack
Thank you so much for posting here. I'm learning so much. Isn't this just the most frustrating/infuriation situation? I'm speechless. It's worse than I even imagined. I'm trying to get some news media involved. Thanks again. For victory & freedom!!!
16 posted on 01/24/2003 2:40:31 PM PST by Saundra Duffy
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To: CounterCounterCulture; Cool Guy
Interesting, huh? For victory & freedom!!!
17 posted on 01/24/2003 3:24:07 PM PST by Saundra Duffy
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To: Gophack
I can't believe what they said in the letter to you.

What a smart ass! The guy's name is Patrick Haagensen of CSEA. He must think we're all a bunch of idiots.

18 posted on 01/24/2003 3:26:29 PM PST by Saundra Duffy
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To: Saundra Duffy
Thanks for the bump. A weekday is close to impossible for me to get out. HAPPY FREEPING!
19 posted on 01/24/2003 3:31:04 PM PST by Cool Guy
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To: Saundra Duffy; Impeach98; adversarial; BornOnTheFourth; budwiesest; ElkGroveDan
Memories... where have all the Freepers gone....

Gray Davis to be FREEPED in Sacramento 1:45 PM Today ^
Posted by comwatch to Impeach98; adversarial; BibChr; blaze; BornOnTheFourth; budwiesest; Burlem; c21sac; ...
On News/Activism ^ 08/07/2002 4:07 PM PDT #25 of 59 ^

Dump Davis Freep with new friends from the Simon Campaign

An enthusiastic group of young Republicans and Simon Supporters went face to face with union delegates at the Sacramento Convention Center today.

Fellow Freepers Farmfriend, ElkGroveDan and Comwatch lent support with inspiring words for Davis supporters. If I missed someone, my apologies.

We passed out invitations to our FreepMeet in two weeks to this great group of vocal conservatives. A candidate for the 9th District joined the group (pictured right - Story to follow). 

Sac PD, headed by our own Sector 3 supervisor Sgt. Nick Yaranon (far right) was on hand to keep an eye on things. Checking in with the troops paid off when a rather large and somewhat confrontational group of union critters tried to break our picket line with shouts of "We Want Davis"! While shouting back, "You Can Have Him", Nick, a couple beat guys and a mounted unit put themselves between us and the unhappy campers. Thanks SAC PD... we know you're bipartisan on the job but we also know how most of you feel about Davis. I'm sorry my digital camera missed the group shot and the scene I just described. But hats off to a terrific bunch of Simon buffs and Freepers who answered the Call to Duty on such short notice.  More later at The Patriot Defenders Network

 

By the way... this is the thread you want to bookmark on Rizo!
Post Dump Davis Rally Activity Trashed by Gay Davis Shill? ^

20 posted on 01/24/2003 5:04:15 PM PST by comwatch
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To: comwatch; farmfriend
Previous thread (before the election) where CSEA endorsed Gray Davis for gov:
http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/news/762442/posts

Thanks, Comwatch for being there. Spread the word! I'm getting madder and madder at these CSEA creeps. Monday-Wednesday I'll be distributing flyers around the state buildings - before work, after work and during lunch time. A lot of workers are pissed right now. Can you blame them?

My take-home pay is $2,181/month; I'm an Office Technician. Meanwhile, the CSEA employees are getting rich and not having to worry about their jobs being terminated. Their salaries, by way of union dues/fees, are in no jeopardy of being cut. My program and my position, on the other hand, have been slated for termination by the gov. Go figure. The gov bites the hand that feeds him (CSEA) and then the CSEA turns around and bites the hand that feeds them (state workers)! It's a vicious cycle that needs to come to an end.

I am not a union member but I am forced to pay union dues. They call it "fair share". Fair share is the same as SLAVERY. Fair share is the same as EXTORTION. The union robs $23/month from me. I pay their salaries and their overhead which enables them to turn around the spit in my face every chance they get. I am pro life; they support virtually nothing but pro abortion candidates and causes. I am Republican; they support virtually nothing but democraps. I pay to get screwed.
21 posted on 01/25/2003 5:57:52 AM PST by Saundra Duffy
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To: Cool Guy
Yahoo! Thanks for checking in, pal. God bless you. For victory & freedom!!!
22 posted on 01/25/2003 6:00:11 AM PST by Saundra Duffy
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To: Gophack
The democraps have such a racket going here. Sheesh! You would laugh at the latest flyer from the CSEA that was distributed in my building! There's a picture of this guy, supposedly representing SEIU workers - he's wearing dark glasses, has a mean look on his face - he looks like a mafia boss - real scary looking. LOL!
23 posted on 01/25/2003 6:06:37 AM PST by Saundra Duffy
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To: Impeach98
Wanna freep? For victory & freedom!!!
24 posted on 01/25/2003 6:51:59 AM PST by Saundra Duffy
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To: Saundra Duffy
I'll try to make it. Bump for now.
25 posted on 01/25/2003 8:25:14 AM PST by farmfriend ( Isaiah 55:10,11)
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To: Saundra Duffy
Saundra Duffy always fighting the fight. What an example to all. Good luck and be careful, unions you know.
26 posted on 01/25/2003 5:21:08 PM PST by maranatha
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To: farmfriend
Yahoo! Thanks for any help you can provide. Love ya, Sis. For victory & freedom!!!
27 posted on 01/26/2003 5:36:37 PM PST by Saundra Duffy
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To: maranatha
Thanks for the encouraging words. They wouldn't dare hurt me . . . would they?! LOL! For victory & freedom!!!
28 posted on 01/26/2003 5:37:52 PM PST by Saundra Duffy
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To: comwatch
News release to be FAX'd tomorrow morning:

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Saundra Duffy (916)443-6449

State Clerical Worker Fed up with Union Rip-Off Plans Demonstration

State clerical worker, Saundra Duffy, is planning a demonstration at her union’s headquarters, 1108 O St., Sacramento, Thursday, Jan. 30, 12 Noon. She has been distributing the attached flyer to state workers in the capitol area.

Duffy is upset because the California State Employees Association (CSEA) refused to disclose how much union money it gave to political candidates in the 2001-02 election cycle. Patrick Haagensen of CSEA stated in an email to Duffy, “CSEA does not distribute information regarding the individual contributions it makes to candidates and initiative campaigns. . . CSEA supports candidates and initiatives that are favorable to state workers without regard to party or the positions candidates may have on other issues.”

“Unfortunately, this corrupt union donates our hard-earned money to, and endorses, the very politicians who have destroyed the state’s economy, thereby causing state workers to be laid off,” Duffy stated. “How stupid is that?!” Duffy’s position is just one of thousands targeted for elimination by Governor Davis’s proposed budget. “Meanwhile, the fat cats at CSEA are sitting pretty and not the least worried about losing jobs,” Duffy said.

Duffy is inviting all people concerned about deceit perpetrated by corrupt unions and corrupt politicians who have caused the worst economic conditions in the history of the state.

An Internet “thread” on this subject can be found here:
http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/news/828859/posts?page=26

Visuals: Home made signs; i.e., “Stop Union Tyranny” and “CSEA Betrays State Workers”

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The flyer:

CSEA - BETRAYS State Workers

--Endorsed Gray Davis for Governor and now thousands will lose their jobs.

--Spends our union dues on politics rather than defending our jobs and benefits.

--Fat cats at the union are getting filthy rich on the backs of working families.

--CSEA exploits state workers, climbing in bed with corrupt politicians. Union goons and thugs are yucking it up while we workers suffer.

DEMONSTRATION

When: Thursday, January 30, High Noon

Where: CSEA Hqtrs., 11th & O (1108 O St.) Sacramento

Why: To protest CSEA's policies of extortion, exploitation and blatant disregard for the well-being of state workers.

Who: State Workers

Bring home-made signs ("STOP UNION TYRRANY!")

For more information contact Saundra Duffy, 443-6449

Please NOTE: All concerned citizens are welcome to attend the demonstration to protest union deception. All FReepers welcome!!

For victory & freedom!!!
29 posted on 01/26/2003 8:10:00 PM PST by Saundra Duffy
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To: Gophack
Hi Gophack! You listed PESCETTI on your list of pro-abortion folks. Are you sure he's pro-abortion??? I worked on his campaign a couple of years ago and I was lead to believe that he was prolife. Otherwise I wouldn't have helped him.
30 posted on 01/27/2003 11:40:38 AM PST by Patrick the Patriot
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To: Patrick the Patriot
One way or another, the union just gives token amounts to pro life Republicans. Not sure about Peschetti. I KNOW Mike Briggs is pro life! They gave $150 to Dave Cox which I think is just so funny! They OBVIOUSLY did that so they could say, "See, we gave money to Republicans!" What a joke. Thanks for your post. I sure hope Peschetti turns out to be pro life.

P.S. HOW DO YOU THINK I FEEL?! They take my hard-earned union dues/fees and support virtually nothing but pro abortion candidates. This is sooooo infuriating!!!

For victory & freedom!!!
31 posted on 01/27/2003 11:55:03 AM PST by Saundra Duffy
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To: Patrick the Patriot
No, I listed him as pro-life, just that he jumps in bed with the unions. I've always heard he was pro-life as well. If my comments were confusing, I apologize!!!!! :-)
32 posted on 01/27/2003 1:19:54 PM PST by Gophack
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To: Gophack
Gophack - I'm preparing a "list of demands" to present to CSEA on Thursday. Got any suggestions? One will be to disclose CSEA's staff salaries (individually) and also the pattern of their raises over the last five years. What do you think? Thanks again for your help here. By the way, someone doubted CSEA spent ONLY $1.2 million. Do you think it might be more? Another demand is that CSEA divulge exactly how much, and to whom, they contributed to political candidates and causes.

Don't you think it's ironic that they are refusing to give me information? I've been keeping Eric Hogue of KTKZ radio and Dan Walters, columnist, advised of what I'm doing. Eric had shown some interest before the election when I raised a stink about CSEA endorsing Gray Davis. Grrrrrrrr. Hoping he'll help out this time around. I love that guy!! By the way, Eric Hogue is a bona fide freeper! Yahoo! (Not sure I trust Dan Walters but he can be fair when he puts his mind to it.) For victory & freedom!!!
33 posted on 01/27/2003 4:34:54 PM PST by Saundra Duffy
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To: NormsRevenge; comwatch; Freedom'sWorthIt; bigfootbob; jimtorr; ElkGroveDan; Gophack; Cool Guy; ...
My take home pay, as an Office Technician, is $2,181.61 per month. Why is the CSEA afraid/ashamed to tell me what their salaries are? I'd also like them to give me the pattern of their pay raises over the last five years. They have also refused to tell me which candidates received how much from CSEA. Gophack provided a list but why wouldn't CSEA give me the list? It's weird!

I heard that the President of CSEA received a 28% pay increase recently. CSEA refuses to confirm or deny this. It's infuriating!

Why does everything in California have to be so darned complicated?!
34 posted on 01/27/2003 4:42:19 PM PST by Saundra Duffy
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To: Saundra Duffy
By law, they have to disclose to the Secretary of State. I actually would probably do the same thing as them and refer someone to the SOS for the reports. If I had an organization to run, I wouldn't want to spend staff time and money on pulling together reports, copying, mailing them when they are all available on-line already.

Second, if they spent more than they reported that would be a crime. But you would have to have proof. How? Find a contribution they didn't report. Almost impossible, wouldn't you say? You could compare the reports from every candidate to CSEAs report and make sure they match up, but that, to me, seems to be a waste of time unless you know for sure they are not disclosing and just need to find it. I don't think you know, but people are simply in disbelief that they only spent $1.2 million. I'm not. There are new contribution limits, so they can't spend what they have in the past.

Before you put together your demands, make sure you understand how the organization works. Public, private, dues, mandatory dues or voluntary, etc. Then come up with your questions and concerns. And don't call them demands. List them as questions, reasonable questions that reasonable people would want to know the answer to. For example, if you find out the dues are mandatory (I don't believe they are), then I would ask why they only gave 3.8% of their money to Republicans when Republicans make up XX% of state employees? (I have no idea how to find that information, I doubt you can.) But I just threw it out as an example.

Good luck!

35 posted on 01/27/2003 4:44:14 PM PST by Gophack
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To: Saundra Duffy
Mega Bump!!! Go get 'em!
36 posted on 01/27/2003 4:49:24 PM PST by TAdams8591
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To: Saundra Duffy
You know the reason. That's what sucks. Don't go wobbly, you're doing the right thing! I'm praying for you.
37 posted on 01/27/2003 5:26:08 PM PST by bigfootbob
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To: Saundra Duffy
Isn't it nice to know that six figure incomes go to those who least deserve it in organizations like the CSEA? They trade influence for favors and votes, nothing new here. Just more BS out of a socialist "public" entity.

Go Get 'em!!
38 posted on 01/27/2003 5:50:08 PM PST by NormsRevenge (Semper Fi ... A government accountable to no one fears no one.)
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To: Gophack
if you find out the dues are mandatory (I don't believe they are),

Oh, but they are mandatory. You can opt out of "political" stuff but you're left with "fair share" giving. I pay $23.00 a month for my "fair share" which means I pay their overhead and salaries so they can be free to spit in my face with their hideous political shenanigans. They're nothing but political hacks for the democrats. Everyone knows that.

There is a way to opt out of union fees altogether but it's so difficult and so unjust few people can stomach it. The union gives you a choice of some hand-picked charities (the employee doesn't get to decide which charities she/he wants to choose from). The union provides a list to choose from; and then they will give your "fair share" to that charity. It's such a hassle and humiliating and stressful exercise, few can go there. I'm tellin' you THIS IS A MAJOR RIP-OFF.

I had two calls from union people today. The guy scared me a little but the woman was full of B.S. LOL! Sheesh. What have I gotten myself into? Anyhow, thanks for your help, FReeper pal. P.S. I think you're a little naive about the CSEA. For victory & freedom!!!

39 posted on 01/27/2003 10:27:29 PM PST by Saundra Duffy
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To: TAdams8591
Thanks for the mega bump; I sure appreciate it. I went to Office Max and printed another 500 copies of the flyer tonight. I get up real early and distribute the flyer to state workers before work. I'm getting some very interesting comments.

I made several signs tonight. Can't afford to pay a printer to print fancy signs like the union does. I also bought 8 C batteries for my bullhorn.

Getting ready to rumble!!!!!!!!!!! For victory & freedom!!!

40 posted on 01/27/2003 10:30:54 PM PST by Saundra Duffy
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To: bigfootbob
Don't go wobbly, you're doing the right thing! I'm praying for you.

Thanks; I needed that. For victory & freedom!!!

41 posted on 01/27/2003 10:32:24 PM PST by Saundra Duffy
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To: NormsRevenge
If I can find out how much the President of CSEA makes, I'll let you know . . . but don't hold your breath. They sure are tight-lipped about THEIR salaries. Wonder why?
42 posted on 01/27/2003 10:36:23 PM PST by Saundra Duffy
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To: Gophack; RonDog; daviddennis
I'm up early so I can go and distribute my flyer to the poor schmucks (like me) who work in the various state buildings downtown. I'll report back tonight about some of the comments and reactions. Yesterday, I distributed about 250 flyers. I'd say most state workers agree with me . . . but will they come out on Thursday. We'll see. I know that I found out someone had posted one of my flyers on a bulletin board and some supervisor called me to complain but I told her it wasn't me who posted it - I'm distributing the flyer BEFORE work and during my lunch break ON THE STREET - meaning somebody was pissed enough to stick the flyer up on the bulletin board in their own building. Hope this is happening all over.

Again, my take-home pay is $2,181/month. Why are CSEA employees ashamed to tell me what they make? This union lady called me last night at home - she was so full of B.S. you can't believe it! She said the deficit is Pete Wilson's fault! I laughed really loud! Anyway, I told her my salary and asked for hers. She, of course, refused to tell me. None of them want us to know how much money they make. They're in cahoots with Gov Davis and the democRATS. They're riding this huge gravy train but it's just the top elite. Meanwhile, the lowly masses (that's me) continue to struggle and get spit on.

Have a great day! For victory & freedom!!!
43 posted on 01/28/2003 6:05:53 AM PST by Saundra Duffy
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To: jimtorr
Watch out for any Goons that may be imported by the union to disrupt and intimidate, Philadelphia style.

They're out there, all right. I think one of them called me yesterday. Thanks for your concern, Pal. I don't expect any trouble, though. THEY WOULDN'T DARE!! For victory & freedom!!!

44 posted on 01/28/2003 6:07:30 AM PST by Saundra Duffy
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To: bigfootbob
Hammer down! (Can you believe I misspelled "tyranny"? Sheesh. Gotta go. Have a great day! HIT THE STREETS! For victory & freedom!!!
45 posted on 01/28/2003 6:08:25 AM PST by Saundra Duffy
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To: Saundra Duffy
Are CSEA staff public employees (state workers) or is it a private organization (like most associations)?
46 posted on 01/28/2003 9:13:50 AM PST by Gophack
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To: Saundra Duffy
I think I answered my question. They are a union organization. In one sense they are private, I believe, in that just because they work at the association doesn't make them state employees. They have a board, etc. that makes the decisions. I don't think there are mandatory dues -- correct me if I'm wrong.

If there are no mandatory dues, and they are not state employees, then I don't think they should have to give out their salary information. Why? Should everyone at Intel tell us what they make so we can judge if they earn their salary?

Of course, if they are public employees, their salaries ARE public record and you can obtain them twice yearly through the Capitol Weekly, or demand them through the Freedom of Information Act.

In a nutshell, if they are public, put your demands through via the Freedom of Information Act. If they are private, you're up the creek without a paddle. Sorry!

47 posted on 01/28/2003 9:19:44 AM PST by Gophack
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To: Saundra Duffy
"CSEA does not distribute information regarding the individual contributions it makes to candidates and initiative campaigns."

Hmmmm. . .now why would they want to withhold this information from their own members?

48 posted on 01/28/2003 10:07:57 AM PST by MEGoody
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To: MEGoody; Gophack
Hmmmm. . .now why would they want to withhold this information from their own members?

Thank you very much. Why, indeed? I pay their salaries but they don't want me to know how much they make? And they don't want me to know to whom they give political contributions? Maybe I'm crazy, but I think this is nuts. What a racket!!

49 posted on 01/28/2003 11:33:57 AM PST by Saundra Duffy
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To: Saundra Duffy
Are you a member of the CSEA? Is it mandatory? IF it is mandatory, you have a great case. If it's voluntary, you don't.

I work for the state and I don't belong.

50 posted on 01/28/2003 11:52:07 AM PST by Gophack
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