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  •  DeLay's brother consulted for Halliburton (none)
    Here's another thread that should be followed...DeLay's brother Randy has a consulting firm called PPS Consult which as recently as 2004 had a contract with KBR/Halliburton.  Would be interesting to see the rest of his client list as well.
    •  Well done you (none)
      Pat on the back and a our. Follow it.

      We still want the leaks though.

      Who is pushing the media take down on DeLay from their side?

      Who wants to be majority leader?

    •  DeLay's Brother -- Was Lobbyist in Texas in 2003 (none)
      Randy DeLay was a Registered Lobbyist in Texas in 2003.  He does not apear on the 2005 list.

      http://www.ethics.state.tx.us/dfs/loblists.htm

      TEXAS ETHICS COMMISSION
      2003 Lobby List with Concerns (Employers and Clients)
      December 29, 2003

      http://www.ethics.state.tx.us/tedd/lobcon2003a.htm

       DeLay, Randolph L.
        (713)780-4090
        P.O. Box 420730  Houston, TX 77242-0730
        Lobbyist Termination Date: 12/31/03

            Brownsville Navigation District of Cameron County, Texas ("BND")
            1000 Foust Road  Brownsville, TX 78521
            Type of Compensation: Prospective
            Amount: $150,000 - $199,999.99

            Dunn-McCampbell Royalty Interest, Inc. (DMRII)
            P.O. Box 3841  Corpus Christi, TX 78463-3841
            Type of Compensation: Prospective
            Amount: $100,000 - $149,999.99

            Reliant Energy, Inc.
            1111 Louisiana, 46th Floor  Houston, TX 77002
            Type of Compensation: Prospective
            Amount: $100,000 - $149,999.99

      He was also registered with the U.S. Senate from 1998 through 2003.

      http://sopr.senate.gov/cgi-win/m_opr_viewer.exe?DoFn=3&LOB=DELAY,%20RANDOLPH%20L.&LOBQUAL==

      •  what does "prospective" mean? (none)
        Those are big numbers.  Does Prospective mean he might get that if whatever bill passes?  Can we find out if he did get that money?  $350,000 in a year, for a guy who was probably not at any higher station in life than the Exterminator was, is an awful lot.  And this is just one state's list.  

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