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  •  Collection of 237 Sproul links from 2004 (2+ / 0-)
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    sinnyc, citizendc

    If you look at Tom Josefiak's bio you find this:

    In 1985, President Ronald Reagan appointed Tom to a six-year term as Commissioner on the Federal Election Commission (FEC). He served as FEC Chairman during the 1988 presidential election, and as Vice Chairman of the FEC and Chairman of the Finance Committee in 1987. Prior to his appointment as FEC Commissioner, Tom was Special Deputy to the Secretary of the Senate from 1981 to 1985, representing the Secretary as a full-time, Ex-Officio Commissioner at the FEC. As Special Counsel to the Minority of the Committee on House Administration from 1977 to 1979, he assisted Republican members in proposing and amending election law legislation, resulting in the passage of the 1979 amendments to the Federal Election Campaign Act.
    The fact that Sproul is walking about a free man leaves me with a strong impression our election laws are now written in such a manner as to permit rather than prohibit corruption.

    Many of these links are broken now, but the history is extensive. Sproul is a notorious trickster from way back. Sunlight may be the best disinfectant but Sproul seems to be immune to sunlight.

    Others have simply gotten old. I prefer to think I've been tempered by time.

    by Just Bob on Sat Oct 13, 2012 at 12:45:06 PM PDT

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