November 2, 2010, - 7:50 pm
Although the polls are just about to close and the election is almost over (here in the Eastern Time Zone), I couldn’t bear throwing this tidbit away, so better late than never. It ain’t over ’til the ballots are counted.
Recently, I told you about GOP Congressional candidate Andrew “Rocky” Raczkowski’s mucho campaign bucks from Islamic terrorism supporters (here and here). And since last Friday, October 15th was the deadline for the filing of quarterly Congressional campaign finance reports with the Federal Election Campaign, I decided to take a look at Rocky’s filing on that day. With one of the tightest Congressional races in Michigan, I thought there would be some interesting info. And it was “interesting,” but not in the way you’d expect. (Oh, and by the way, he’s endorsed by Sarah Palin. Figures.)
Roger Roger, Clearance Clarence: Crook Andrew “Rocky” Raczkowski’s “Donors”
You see, much of Rocky’s campaign finance reports (page 1, page 2) sound like a scene from “Airplane.” “Clearance, Clarence. Roger, Roger. What’s your Vector, Victor?” Yup, a good deal of Rocky Raczkowski’s major donors have the same first and last name. Surely, you must be joking, you say. No, I’m not joking, and don’t call me, “Shirley.”
No, not kidding. There are no Roger Rogers or Clearance Clarences. But there are Angus Angus, Jill Jill, Jody Jody, Maria Maria, and quite a few suspicious other contributors with identical first and last names, many of them with P.O. boxes, one of them with a P.O. box with no specific P.O. box number. There’s even a person named “M.F. M.F.”–hey, the perfect initials to describe Rocky, whether or not he gets elected tonight. And there are people and addresses that don’t exist, too. A woman named “Christa Kwitt” had a street address on Bobolink in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. Um, there is NO Bobolink in Bloomfield Hills. Not even a Bob-O-Link street. Yup, fictional addresses for fictional donors. But, hey, at least he didn’t list her as Christa Christa. Where did this money really come from?
Check out these “donors” to Rocky’s campaign . . .
Sure, looks like a fraudulent campaign finance report to me and like Rocky’s trying to hide the real sources of his campaign donations. Is this a cover for more extremist Muslim donations he got? Check it out below, and judge for yourself. Look for more of this in the next two years, if Rocky gets elected to Congress, Tonight.
DebbieSchlussel.com . . . doing the work some Americans–the mainstream media and congenital Republican hacks and Rocky followers (same thing)–won’t do.
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