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kuozzman Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Jan-11-05 03:54 PM
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Partial(I think) List of Donors to Imperial Bush Coronation
Cash Supporters of the Imperial Bush Coronation Festivities
GMAC Horsham, PA $100,000
Exxon Mobil Corporation Washington, DC $250,000
Kojaian Ventures, LLC Bloomfield Hill, MI $250,000
Nuclear Energy Institute Washington, DC $100,000
Occidental Petroleum Corporation Los Angeles, CA $250,000
S. Davis Phillips High Point, NC $250,000
Al Hoffman, Jr. Fort Myers, FL $100,000
Rooney Holdings, Inc. Tulsa, OK $250,000
Altria Corporate Services, Inc. New York, NY $250,000
Tom Benson Metairie, LA $50,000
Bensco, Inc. Metairie, LA $100,000
Benson Football Metaire, LA $100,000
Sallie Mae, Inc. Reston, VA $250,000
Stephens Group, Inc. Little Rock, AR $250,000
United Technologies Hartford, CT $250,000
Elliott Broidy Los Angeles, CA $250,000
Dwight C. Schar McLean, VA $100,000
International Paper Memphis, TN $100,000
Nancy and Jeffrey Marcus Dallas, TX $100,000
JM Family Enterprises, Inc. Deerfield Beach, FL $25,000
Susan and Michael Dell Austin, TX $250,000
Southern Company Atlanta, GA $250,000
Boone Pickens Dallas, TX $250,000
Northrop Grumman Los Angeles, CA $100,000
Nancy and Rich Kinder Houston, TX $250,000
American Bankers Association Washington, DC $25,000
Bill G. Hartley Tyler, TX $25,000
Corporate Capital, LLC New Orleans, LA $250,000
Independent Community Bankers of America Washington, DC $100,000
Union Pacific Corporation Washington, DC $100,000
Argent Mortgage Company Orange, CA $250,000
Ameriquest Capital Corporation Orange, CA $250,000
Long Beach Acceptance Corp. Paramus, NJ $250,000
Town and Country Credit Irvine, CA $250,000
Waite, Schneider, Bayless et al, LPA Cincinnati, OH $10,000
Andrew C. Taylor St. Louis, MO $100,000
Ilene L. Flaum and David M. Flaum Rochester, NY $100,000
John W. Childs Boston, MA $100,000
Thomas F. Petway, III Jacksonville, FL $100,000
Pilot Corporation Knoxville, TN $50,000
James A. Haslam, II Knoxville, TN $50,000
CheveronTexaco Concord, CA $250,000
Golden Eagle Industries, Inc. Charlotte, NC $250,000
Linger Longer Development Co. Greensboro, GA $100,000
Qualcomm Incorporated San Diego, CA $100,000
The Boeing Company Arlington, VA $100,000
Bradford M. Freeman Los Angeles, CA $100,000
Frank Baxter Los Angeles, CA $100,000
Lawrence Auriana Greenwich, CT $100,000
Cherie and Robin Arkley Eureka, CA $100,000
Valhi, Inc. Dallas, TX $100,000
National Association of Home Builders Washington, DC $250,000
AFLAC, Incorporated Columbus, GA $100,000
Marc S. Goldman Hoboken, NJ $100,000
Robert Frank Pence McLean, VA $100,000
Matthew R. Simmons Houston, TX $100,000
Alexander F. Treadwell Westport, NY $100,000
The Coca Cola Company Washington, DC $100,000
Marriott International, Inc. Washington, DC $250,000
Marriott Vacation Club International Washington, DC $250,000
The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company, LLC Chevy Chase, MD $250,000
ServiceMaster Memphis, TN $25,000
The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. New York, NY $100,000
Duane Acklie Lincoln, NE $100,000
Hunt Consolidated, Inc. Dallas, TX $250,000
Ned L. Siegel Boca Raton, FL $100,000
UST Inc. Greenwich, CT $250,000
Well Care Health Plans, Inc. Tampa, FL $100,000
SBC Communications, Inc. Washington, DC $100,000
Cove Partners, LLC Santa Monica, CA $100,000
KB Home Los Angeles, CA $100,000
Peabody Holding Company, Inc. St. Louis, MO $100,000
TC Management Partners IV, LLC Washington, DC $100,000
HSBC USA Inc. Mt. Prospect, IL $25,000
Office of the Commissioner of Baseball New York, NY $100,000
Michael W. Murphy El Dorado, AR $25,000
Sam & Marilyn Fox St. Louis, MO $100,000
The Home Depot Washington, DC $250,000
TRT Holdings Inc. Irving, TX $100,000
Benson Mineral Group, Inc. Denver, CO $100,000
BlueCross BlueShield of Florida, Inc. Jacksonville, FL $100,000
First Data Corporation Greenwood Village, CO $250,000
Waste Management Service Center Houston, TX $100,000
Ford Motor Company Dearborn, MI $250,000
Microsoft Corporation Redmond, WA $100,000
Kenneth J. Kies McLean, VA $25,000
National Association of Realtors Chicago, IL $50,000
J. Ronald Terwilliger Key Largo, FL $100,000
Sheldon G. Adelson Las Vegas, NV $250,000
Dr. Miriam Ochshorn Adelson Las Vegas, NV $250,000
Direct Supply, Inc. Milwaukee, WI $25,000
Time Warner New York, NY $250,000
New Century Mortgage Corporation Irvine, CA $100,000
Cinergy Corporation Cincinnati, OH $250,000
Carl H. Lindner Cincinnati, OH $250,000
Titus Electrical Contracting, Inc. Austin, TX $100,000
Retzer Resources, Inc. Greenville, MS $25,000
American Financial Cincinnati, OH $250,000
American Health Care Association Washington, DC $50,000
American Chemistry Council Arlington, VA $25,000
Frederick R. Meyer Dallas, TX $25,000
Hunter Engineering Company Bridgeton, MO $100,000
New Energy Corp. South Bend, IN $250,000
Intervest Construction, Inc. Daytona Beach, FL $100,000
William Earl Riggs Pleasantton, CA $100,000
Broadcast Music, Inc. Nashville, TN $25,000
Robert W. Johnson, IV New York, NY $100,000
William O. DeWitt, Jr. Cincinnati, OH $100,000
John L. Kemmerer, III Morristown, NJ $100,000
A.G. Spanos Stockton, CA $250,000
Beverly Enterprises, Inc. Fort Smith, AR $50,000
Computer Associates International, Inc. Islandia, NY $100,000
AT&T Washington, DC $250,000
MCI Ashburn ,VA $25,000
Pepsi-Cola Company Purchase, NY $100,000
Tyson Springdale AR $100,000
United Parcel Service Roswell, GA $250,000
Bank of America Corporation Charlotte, NC $250,000
Cove Partners, LLC Santa Monica, CA $25,000
Bristol-Myers Squibb Washington, DC $250,000
Lydian Asset Management $25,000
California Farm Bureau Federation Sacramento, CA $100,000
New Breed Corporate Services, Inc. Greensboro, NC $25,000
Rick J. Caruso $100,000
Oracle Corporation Rocklin, CA $225,000
Thomas F. Stephenson Atherton, CA $250,000
Strongbow Technologies, Corp. Burtonsville, MD $250,000

http://www.tbrnews.org/Archives/a1306.htm
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complain jane Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Jan-11-05 04:02 PM
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1. BINGO! I was considering buying a Dell. Now I won't. Done deal. Thanks.
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efhmc Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Jan-11-05 04:08 PM
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2. Write and tell them. Michael Dell is a big supporter. Used to be a
very employee friendly company but too big and too competitive now.
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toymachines Donating Member (782 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Jan-11-05 04:15 PM
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4. alright so i just wont buy anything then.
goddam corporations.
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efhmc Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Jan-11-05 04:18 PM
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5. It's really hard to get around all of those people and still live in
the U.S.
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darkism Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Jan-11-05 04:13 PM
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3. Time Warner New York, NY $250,000
Damn liberal media!
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ThorsHammer Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Jan-11-05 05:21 PM
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9. I always thought big media donates to both sides
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rumpel Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Jan-11-05 04:42 PM
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6. I was curious about these private donors and here is one
interesting info when googled Elliott Broidy:

Republican Jewish Coalition

http://elitewatch.911review.org/RJC.html
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MasonJar Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Jan-11-05 04:43 PM
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7. It is crucial that we contact these companies and let them know
we were going to purchase their product, but not now. Can these people really afford to only sell to Pugs? We desperately need to dry up Pug money. I'm going to pick out 4 or 5 and let them know why they have lost my business until they change their donation policy. I really stick by my word to them; I was taking Caltrate until I found out about their Bush-leanings. I wrote them, and I have not bought it since.
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rumpel Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Jan-11-05 05:14 PM
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8. Pickens
T. Boone Pickens in Texas


The notorious oilman has acquired land overlying the Ogallala aquifer and wants to pump and sell as much as 200,000 acre-feet of groundwater annually to one of Texas metropolitan centers.

A new undertaking by Texas oilman T. Boone Pickens is even more disconcerting. Pickens has been acquiring acreage overlying the Ogallala aquifer with hopes that he could pump and sell the as much as 200,000 AFY of water to one of the states metropolitan centers El Paso, Lubbock, San Antonio, or Dallas-Fort Worth. Ogallala is already severely depleted. The West Texas farmers rely on the aquifer for water. The aquifers minimal recharge rate of less then one AFY means that its users are mining fossil water that will not be replenished.

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A more comprehensive groundwater regulatory regime is needed to prevent devastation of Texas groundwater resources. Further, Texas should abandon the Rule of Capture doctrine. Today, Texas is the only state to retain this antiquated rule.

http://www.citizen.org/cmep/Water/us/bulksales/texas/in...

and

T. Boone Pickens has been at the center of controversies surrounding Mesa. Called an "entrepreneurial populist," a corporate raider, and a greenmailer, he is accused of buying and breaking up companies and putting people out of jobs. In 1986 he started and funded a nonprofit organization called the United Shareholders Association to fund a newspaper informing shareholders of corporate abuses, and in 1987 he defended his position in a best-selling book entitled Boone. Pickens, for whom the West Texas A&M University business school is named, has served as the university's chairman of the board and supported other Texas universities.
http://www.famoustexans.com/boonepickens.htm

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rumpel Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Jan-11-05 05:26 PM
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10. Haslam
TESTIMONY OF JAMES A. HASLAM III
PILOT OIL CORPORATION
ON BEHALF OF THE SOCIETY OF INDEPENDENT GASOLINE MARKETERS OF AMERICA
BEFORE THE SUBCOMMITTEE ON CLEAN AIR, WETLANDS, PRIVATE PROPERTY & NUCLEAR SAFETY
SENATE COMMITTEE ON ENVIRONMENT AND PUBLIC WORKS
"PROPOSED ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY HIGHWAY DIESEL FUEL SULFUR REGULATIONS"
June 15, 2000

http://epw.senate.gov/107th/has_0615.htm
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