Thursday, 12 February 2009


Senator John Dingell Becomes Longest Serving Member In House History.

What is Senator Dingell about?

Asked about the legislative highlights of his career, Dingell ponders for a moment. "Presiding over Medicare, getting it through," he answers, and then adds his involvement in the 1957 and 1964 Civil Rights Acts, the Endangered Species Act and the National Environmental Protection Act. He also cites $16 billion for an annual grant program funding clean water.

One can't help but draw comparisons between Senator Dingell and another long serving ex-Senator... Uncle Ted.

Sarah Palin was one of the directors of the Political Action Committee serving corrupt former Alaska Senator Ted Stevens. Palin is listed in the 2003 incorporation papers of the “Ted Stevens Excellence in Public Service, Inc.” 527 group.


(Full article in the HuffPo)

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