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- - - - Mark Twain (Roughing It)

Friday, November 11, 2011

Legislators are bribed with Hawaii vacations

Big business, labor unions and oil companies have joined together to BRIBE California state legislators with "free" vacations to Hawaii.

Bi-Partisan Corruption  -  Special interests are bribing legislators of both parties with free vacations to Hawaii

California legislators of both parties are whores.  This is a well known fact.  What we did not know is they are cheap whores who will sell their souls for a Hawaii vacation.

More than a dozen California lawmakers are packing their bags for a weeklong trip to Hawaii to hobnob and discuss key issues with some of the Capitol's most powerful interests.

The legislators will spend five nights at Maui's luxurious Fairmont Kea Lani resort, which bills itself as "a luxurious haven in one of the most scenic places on Earth," reports the Sacramento Bee.

Participants can enjoy a breathtaking combination of sun, sea and turf. The Kea Lani touts a sandy beach, three swimming pools, fine dining, and activities ranging from sailing to kayaking to golf.

Assembly Speaker John A. Pérez, D-Los Angeles, is among those expected to attend, as are Sen. Tom Berryhill, R-Oakdale; Sen. Curren Price, D-Inglewood; and Sen. Ron Calderon, D-Montebello, officials said.

The conference is the creation of the California Independent Voter Project, or CAIVP, a nonprofit public policy group backed by Pacific Gas and Electric Co., Chevron, the California Correctional Peace Officers Association and other Capitol interests.  CAIVP offers lawmakers free airfare and five nights at the Kea Lani. 

In between golf games and expensive bottles of wine, we are told the legislators will be hard at work talking we each other about the many problems of California.

Bull Shit.

(Sacramento Bee)

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