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« on: December 18, 2008, 05:55:58 pm »
It is so interesting that the US Senate Demo Majority leader is a Mormon and a Mason...
Interesting that he was previously the Head of the Nevada Gaming Commision (no influence there)
A lot of people don't remember that The Mormons were the first bankers/investors in Las Vegas Casino's.

Other than this picture of Harry making a masonic handshake I havn't been able to confirm that he is a freemason. However the LDS Josesph Smith was a mason... and some say to be a mormon is masonic in itself and interchangable...


http://www.utlm.org/onlineresources/masonicsymbolsandtheldstemple.htm
To understand the symbols one must first know something of Joseph Smith's involvement with Freemasonry. Joseph's brother, Hyrum, had been a Mason since the 1820's. Many other members of the LDS church, like Brigham Young, were Masons before they joined Mormonism. LDS historian Reed Durham observed:

"By 1840, John Cook Bennett, a former active leader in Masonry had arrived in Commerce [Nauvoo] and rapidly exerted his persuasive leadership in all facets of the Church, including Mormon Masonry. ... Joseph and Sidney [Rigdon] were inducted into formal Masonry...on the same day..." ("Is There No Help for the Widow's Son?" by Dr. Reed C. Durham, Jr., as printed in Joseph Smith and Masonry: No Help for the Widow's Son, Martin Pub. Co., Nauvoo, Ill., 1980, p. 17.)




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Reid firmly rooted in Mormon faith
No other Latter-day Saint has served in higher role in Congress than Nevada Democrat

WASHINGTON -- When the transmission went out in his car, the young law student was ready to quit school and go back home to Nevada.

After all, he had a wife and two babies to support, and expenses in Washington, D.C., were eating him alive.

In desperation, he went to see the dean of George Washington University Law School to see if financial help might be available.

That's when he found out what President Truman meant when he said, "If you want a friend in Washington, get a dog."

Almost 40 years later, the dean's ice cold response is embedded in his memory.

"Why don't you just drop out of school?" the dean asked.

But Harry Reid did not drop out of school.

As it turned out, he had one more option: his Mormon church.

The church paid for his transmission. Reid graduated, went on to become a millionaire lawyer and eventually, the majority whip of the United States Senate.

"I'm sorry to admit now I would have quit," Reid said. "I think I was looking for a way out."

Without the church, he said, "I don't think I would have made it out of law school or been able to do as well with my family."

As a Democrat, Reid is unusual among Mormon politicians. For example, there are five Latter-day Saints in the Senate. All are Republicans except Reid.

The first time Reid's son Leif attended a Latter-day Saint church in Washington, D.C., a member asked him to attend a Young Republicans rally.

When Leif declined, and explained he was a Democrat, the church member replied, "I didn't know a Mormon could be a Democrat."

Despite the perception that Mormons are inextricably linked to the GOP, the senator said he believes voter registration between Democrats and Republicans in the church is fairly even.

Reid also insists it is easier for a Democrat to be a good Latter-day Saint than it is for a Republican to be a good Latter-day Saint.

"One of the reasons I feel so strongly about the philosophy of the Democratic Party is that we're concerned about people who have little," Reid said. "Look at the programs we've pushed: Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid. Republicans opposed those, every one of them. ... I don't see how a person who cares about their fellow man could oppose these programs."

Another Latter-day Saint, Republican Senator Orrin Hatch of Utah, disagrees.

"Let's put it this way. I think that's pure bunk," Hatch said.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harry_Reid

Reid is a first generation member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.[4] Reid and his wife, who was born to Jewish parents, converted to Mormonism while Reid was a college student.[5] He stated in an interview with Brigham Young University's Daily Universe that "I think it is much easier to be a good member of the Church and a Democrat than a good member of the Church and a Republican." He went on to say that the Democrats' emphasis on helping others, as opposed to what he considers Republican dogma to the contrary, is the reason he's a Democrat.[6] He delivered a speech at BYU to about 4,000 students on October 9, 2007 in which he affirmed that Democratic values mirror Mormon values.[7]

Nevada political career

Reid was elected to the Nevada State Assembly in 1967. He left after being elected lieutenant governor in 1970, the same year his mentor O'Callaghan was elected governor. He served in that office until 1974, when he ran for the U.S. Senate seat being vacated by Alan Bible. He lost by fewer than 600 votes to former Governor Paul Laxalt.

Reid then served as chairman of the Nevada Gaming Commission from 1977 to 1981, a post that subjected him to death threats. Reid's wife once found a bomb attached to one of their cars.[8] A character in the film Casino played by Dick Smothers is based, in part, on Reid.[8] Jack Gordon once tried to bribe Reid. Reid allowed the FBI to tape Gordon's attempt to bribe him with $12,000, at which point Reid attempted (unsuccessfully) to strangle Gordon, saying "You son of a bitch, you tried to bribe me!"[5]

[edit] Leadership
From 1999 to 2005, Reid served as Senate Democratic Whip. He served as minority whip from 1999 to 2001 and again from 2003 to 2005, and as majority whip from 2001 to 2003 (except for a brief period from January-May 2001). From 2001 to 2003, he served as chairman of the Senate Ethics Committee.

Reid succeeded Tom Daschle as minority leader in 2005, and gained notoriety for his confrontational approach in dealing with the Republican majority and President George W. Bush. He became majority leader after the 2006 elections.

Reid was re-elected Majority Leader by the Democratic caucus without an opposition on November 18, 2008, winning all 57 votes[9].


[edit] Committee memberships
Select Committee on Intelligence (Ex Officio)
Committee on Rules and Administration


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Tuesday, December 02, 2008
New US Capitol Visitor's Center Opens
....

Not to play partisan politics here, but Senate Majority leader Harry Reid today made it clear how he feels about the taxpayers he ostensibly works for. In his remarks at the center's opening today he said,


"My staff tells me not to say this, but I'm going to say it anyway," said Reid in his remarks. "In the summer because of the heat and high humidity, you could literally smell the tourists coming into the Capitol. It may be descriptive but it's true. Well, that is no longer going to be necessary."


Please do tell your colleagues the feeling is mutual.




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Re: Harry Mason Reid - Mormon - Mason? - False Left-right?
« Reply #1 on: December 18, 2008, 06:02:35 pm »




  The worst thing he has done was the he and Pelosi DID NOT DO WHAT THEY SAID THEY WOULD DO---GET US THE HELL OF IRAQ.  They wimped out.  They are a disgrace.  He is a do nothing senator that should retire and spend his ill-gotten millions.

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Re: Harry Mason Reid - Mormon - Mason? - False Left-right?
« Reply #2 on: December 18, 2008, 06:16:13 pm »
the Mormons were founded by Masons. Everything about them is Masonic.
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Re: Harry Mason Reid - Mormon - Mason? - False Left-right?
« Reply #3 on: December 18, 2008, 06:37:23 pm »
Let's not forget the temple garments...



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_qhzfjfL7eU


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Temple_garment


According to generally-accepted Mormon doctrine, the marks in the garments are sacred symbols (Buerger 2002, p. 58). One proposed element of the symbolism, according to early Mormon leaders, was a link to the Square and Compass, the symbols of freemasonry (Morgan 1827, pp. 22-23), to which Joseph Smith had been initiated about seven weeks prior to his introduction of the Endowment ceremony.[3] Thus, the V-shaped symbol on the left breast was referred to as "The Compasses", while the reverse-L-shaped symbol on the right breast was referred to by early church leaders as "The Square" (Buerger 2002, p. 145).[4]

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« Reply #4 on: December 18, 2008, 07:42:20 pm »
The Mormon "passgrips" in order to get into the inner sanctum (re-creation):

^ Note the arm trough the veil, reaching to the outsider.







Bush shakes hands with Thomas Spencer Monson:

^ Monson is the 16th and current President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.




Both Joseph Smith and Brigham Young were Masons.
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« Reply #5 on: December 18, 2008, 08:30:16 pm »
Kinda offtopic, but the lead character in Silent Hill 1 (1999) is called Harry Mason. It's a game loaded with occultism.
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« Reply #6 on: December 18, 2008, 09:18:42 pm »
And is Reid honest? Well, just ask him.....

http://www.breitbart.com/article.php?id=D8KMJ8I00&show_article=1
AP Exclusive: Reid Got $1M in Land Sale

WASHINGTON (AP) - Senate Democratic Leader Harry Reid collected a $1.1 million windfall on a Las Vegas land sale even though he hadn't personally owned the property for three years, property deeds show.
In the process, Reid did not disclose to Congress an earlier sale in which he transferred his land to a company created by a friend and took a financial stake in that company, according to records and interviews.

The Nevada Democrat's deal was engineered by Jay Brown, a longtime friend and former casino lawyer whose name surfaced in a major political bribery trial this summer and in other prior organized crime investigations. He's never been charged with wrongdoing—except for a 1981 federal securities complaint that was settled out of court.

Land deeds obtained by The Associated Press during a review of Reid's business dealings show:

_The deal began in 1998 when Reid bought undeveloped residential property on Las Vegas' booming outskirts for about $400,000. Reid bought one lot outright, and a second parcel jointly with Brown. One of the sellers was a developer who was benefiting from a government land swap that Reid supported. The seller never talked to Reid.

_In 2001, Reid sold the land for the same price to a limited liability corporation created by Brown. The senator didn't disclose the sale on his annual public ethics report or tell Congress he had any stake in Brown's company. He continued to report to Congress that he personally owned the land.

_After getting local officials to rezone the property for a shopping center, Brown's company sold the land in 2004 to other developers and Reid took $1.1 million of the proceeds, nearly tripling the senator's investment. Reid reported it to Congress as a personal land sale.

The complex dealings allowed Reid to transfer ownership, legal liability and some tax consequences to Brown's company without public knowledge, but still collect a seven-figure payoff nearly three years later.

Reid hung up the phone when questioned about the deal during an AP interview last week.

The senator's aides said no money changed hands in 2001 and that Reid instead got an ownership stake in Brown's company equal to the value of his land. Reid continued to pay taxes on the land and didn't disclose the deal because he considered it a "technical transfer," they said.

They also said they have no documents proving Reid's stake in the company because it was an informal understanding between friends.

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SALE HIDDEN FROM CONGRESS

Reid and his wife, Landra, personally signed the deeds selling their full interest in the property to Brown's company, Patrick Lane LLC, for the same $400,000 they paid in 1998, records show.

Despite the sale, Reid continued to report on his public ethics reports that he personally owned the land until it was sold again in His disclosure forms to Congress do not mention an interest in Patrick Lane or the company's role in the 2004 sale.

AP first learned of the transaction from a former Reid aide who expressed concern the deal hadn't been properly reported.

Reid isn't listed anywhere on Patrick Lane's corporate filings with Nevada, even though the land he sold accounted for three-quarters of the company's assets. Brown is listed as the company's manager. Reid's office said Nevada law didn't require Reid to be mentioned in the filings.

"We have been friends for over 35 years. We didn't need a written agreement between us," Brown said.

The informalities didn't stop there.

PROPERTY TAXES LOOSELY HANDLED

Brown sometimes paid a share of the local property taxes on the lot Reid owned outright between 1998 and 2001, while Reid sometimes paid more than his share of taxes on the second parcel they co-owned.

And the two men continued to pay the property taxes from their personal checking accounts even after the land was sold to Patrick Lane in 2001, records show.

Brown said Reid first approached him in 1997 about land purchases and the two men considered the two lots a single investment.

"During the years of ownership, there may have been occasions that he advanced the property taxes, or that I advanced the property taxes," Brown said. "The bottom line is that between ourselves we always settled up and each of us paid our respective percentages."

Ultimately, Reid paid about 74 percent of the property taxes, slightly less than his actual 75.1 ownership stake, according to canceled checks kept at the local assessor's office. One year, the property tax payments were delinquent and resulted in a small penalty, the records show.

Ethics experts said such informality raises questions about whether any of Brown's tax payments amounted to a benefit for Reid. "It might be a gift," Cooper said.

Brand said the IRS might view the handling of the land taxes as undisclosed income to Reid but it was unlikely to prompt an investigation. "If someone is paying a liability you owe, there may be some income imputed. But at that level, it's pretty small dollars," he said.

FEDERAL LAND SWAPS

Nevada land deeds show Reid and his wife first bought the property in January 1998 in a proposed subdivision created partly with federal lands transferred by the Interior Department to private developers.

Reid's two lots were never owned by the government, but the piece of land joining Reid's property to the street corner—a key to the shopping center deal—came from the government in 1994.

One of the sellers was Fred Lessman, a vice president of land acquisition at Perma-Bilt Homes.

Around the time of the 1998 sale, Lessman and his company were completing a complicated federal land transfer that also involved an Arizona-based developer named Del Webb Corp.

In the deal, Del Webb and Perma-Bilt purchased environmentally sensitive lands in the Lake Tahoe area, transferred them to the government and then got in exchange several pieces of valuable Las Vegas land.

Lessman was personally involved, writing a March 1997 letter to Interior lobbying for the deal. "This exchange has been through many trials and tribulations ... we do not need to create any more stumbling blocks," Lessman wrote.

For years, Reid also had been encouraging Interior to make land swaps on behalf of Del Webb, where one of his former aides worked.

In 1994, Reid wrote a letter with other Nevada lawmakers on behalf of Del Webb, and then met personally with a top federal land official in Nevada. That official claimed in media reports he felt pressured by the senator. Reid denied any pressure.

The next year, Reid collected $18,000 in political donations from Del Webb's political action committee and employees. Del Webb's efforts to get federal land dragged on.

In December 1996, Reid wrote a second letter on behalf of Del Webb, urging Interior to answer the company's concerns. The deal came together in summer and fall 1997, with Perma-Bilt joining in.

In January 1998—just days before he bought his land—Reid applauded the Lake Tahoe land transfers, saying they would create the "gateway to paradise."

None of Reid's letters mentioned Perma-Bilt. Reid's office said the senator never met Lessman nor discussed the Lake Tahoe land transfer or his personal land purchase. A real estate attorney handled the 1998 sale at arms-length, aides said.

"This land investment was completely unrelated to federal land swaps that took place in the mid-1990's," Manley said.

Lessman said he never talked to Reid or asked for his help before the 1998 land sale, and only met the senator years later at a public event. "Any suggestion that the land sale between Senator Reid and myself is somehow tied in with the Perma-Bilt exchange is completely absurd," Lessman said.

THE REZONING

Clark County intended for the property Reid owned to be used solely for new housing, records show. Just days before Reid sold the parcels to Brown's company, Brown sought permission in May 2001 to rezone the properties so a shopping center could be built.

Career zoning officials objected, saying the request was "inconsistent" with Clark County's master development plan. The town board in Spring Valley, where Reid's property was located, also voted 4-1 to reject the rezoning.

Brown persisted. The Clark County zoning board followed by the Clark County Commission voted to overrule the recommendation and approve commercial zoning. Such votes were common at the time.

Before the approval in September 2001, Brown's consultant told commissioners that Reid was involved. "Mr. Brown's partner is Harry Reid, so I think we have people in this community who you can trust to go forward and put a quality project before you," the consultant testified.

With the rezoning granted, Patrick Lane pursued the shopping center deal. On Jan. 20, 2004, the company sold the property to developers for $1.6 million. Today, a multimillion dollar retail complex sits on the land.

On Jan. 21, 2004, Reid received more than $1.1 million of the sale proceeds. Reid disclosed the money the following year on his Senate ethics report as a personal sale of land, not mentioning Patrick Lane.

A BUSINESS PARTNER'S PAST

Brown has been a behind-the-scenes power broker in Nevada for years, donating to Democrats, Republicans and charities. He represented a major casino in legal cases and dabbled in Nevada's booming real estate market.

Brown befriended Reid four decades ago, even before Reid served as chairman of the Nevada gaming commission and decided cases involving Brown's clients.

Brown's name has surfaced in federal investigations involving organized crime, casinos and political bribery since the 1980s.

This past summer, federal prosecutors introduced testimony at the bribery trial of former Clark County Commission chairman Dario Herrara that Brown had taken money from a Las Vegas strip club owner to influence the commission. Herrara was convicted of taking kickbacks. Brown was never called as a witness.

Brown declined to discuss past cases where his name surfaced, including Herrara. "The federal government investigated this whole matter thoroughly, and there was never any implication of impropriety on my part," he said.







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« Reply #7 on: December 18, 2008, 10:43:28 pm »
Harry Reid has visited Area 51 (one of the few to publicly acknowledge it) and says everything is A-OK.

He is sooooooo trustworthy.

NOT!

He is a total and complete puppet who sold out this country a long time ago.

He is a CFR stooge and is their to give an impression of "change" yet offers nothing but boring speeches about how impotent he is.
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« Reply #8 on: December 19, 2008, 04:53:25 pm »
Here's some follow-up on the growing Reid Land "Scandal"

Also, there is the ongoing saga with the Yucca Mountain Nuclear Waste repository, where Reid keeps the project going so that billions of federal money continues to flow to Nevada while he blocks it from ever being opened since that would end his political career in Nevada.

The Harry Reid scandal: More lapses

http://www.pittsburghlive.com/x/pittsburghtrib/opinion/archive/s_475468.html

Wednesday, October 18, 2006
Forgive us for using the name "Harry Reid" and "ethics" in the same sentence. But it's the only way we can address the former's lack of the latter -- for the second time in four days.

On Sunday we editorialized on the Senate minority leader's smarmy Las Vegas land deal in which he pocketed a cool $1.1 million for the sale of property he hadn't personally owned for years. Mr. Reid will be "amending" his financial disclosure forms, don't you know.

Now comes word that Mr. Reid illegally has been using campaign money to mete out Christmas bonuses for staffers at his tony Ritz-Carlton condo. He calls it a "clerical error," don't you know.

These aren't the first ethics questions for Harry Reid, always quick out of the starting blocks to offer sound bites about the Republicans' "culture of corruption." The Los Angeles Times and New York Post have reported on another questionable Nevada land deal.

Oh, and Reid implies that The Associated Press, which broke the latest stories, somehow is working in concert with Republicans. The Associated Democrat Press? Please.

As Ralph Waldo Emerson once wrote: "We must hold a man amenable to reason for the choice of his daily craft or profession. It is not an excuse any longer for his deeds, that they are the custom of his trade. What business has he with an evil trade?"

Well, Harry Reid, what's your answer?

http://www.captainsquartersblog.com/mt/archives/008266.php
October 11, 2006
Harry Reid And The Culture Of Corruption

Once again, we discover why the Democrats quietly dropped their "culture of corruption" theme for the upcoming midterms. The AP catches Harry Reid without a disclosure on real-estate deals that netted him $700,000 in profit:


Senate Democratic Leader Harry Reid collected a $1.1 million windfall on a Las Vegas land sale even though he hadn't personally owned the property for three years, property deeds show.

In the process, Reid did not disclose to Congress an earlier sale in which he transferred his land to a company created by a friend and took a financial stake in that company, according to records and interviews.

The Nevada Democrat's deal was engineered by Jay Brown, a longtime friend and former casino lawyer whose name surfaced in a major political bribery trial this summer and in other prior organized crime investigations. He's never been charged with wrongdoing - except for a 1981 federal securities complaint that was settled out of court. ...

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There is much more to this, please read the full article....

Reid's connections to Jack Abramoff, ...
http://www.captainsquartersblog.com/mt/archives/006308.php

February 9, 2006
When Harry Met Jack
After weeks of harping on the emerging Jack Abramoff scandal as an example of the Republican "culture of corruption" and debating for the last day about the proximity to George Bush that Abramoff had, Democrats may find the investigation hits too close to home to continue celebrating. The AP reported earlier today that Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid intervened on four separate occasions on behalf of Abramoff clients and that Reid coordinated on legislative efforts with the lobbyist's office:

Senate Democratic Leader Harry Reid wrote at least four letters helpful to Indian tribes represented by Jack Abramoff, and the senator's staff regularly had contact with the disgraced lobbyist's team about legislation affecting other clients.
The activities _ detailed in billing records and correspondence obtained by The Associated Press _ are far more extensive than previously disclosed. They occurred over three years as Reid collected nearly $68,000 in donations from Abramoff's firm, lobbying partners and clients. ...

Abramoff's records show his lobbying partners billed for nearly two dozen phone contacts or meetings with Reid's office in 2001 alone.

Most were to discuss Democratic legislation that would have applied the U.S. minimum wage to the Northern Mariana Islands, a U.S. territory and Abramoff client, but would have given the islands a temporary break on the wage rate, the billing records show.

Reid also intervened on government matters at least five times in ways helpful to Abramoff's tribal clients, once opposing legislation on the Senate floor and four times sending letters pressing the Bush administration on tribal issues. Reid collected donations around the time of each action.

This isn't the first time that Reid's connections to Abramoff have come up, but the AP has drawn much more clear lines between Reid and Abramoff than was known before. The AP also reminds its readers that Abramoff hired a former Reid staffer as one of its lobbyists, who promptly held fundraisers for Reid from the lobbyist's offices -- fact we noted seven months ago. Reid took over $40,000 from Abramoff clients for his enthusiastic bargaining on their behalf.









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« Reply #9 on: December 19, 2008, 07:24:28 pm »
These congressmen use their positions in congress as follows:

1 - Booze and prostitutes (the Emperor's Club anyone?)
2 - Capital cronyism
3 - Lobbying for personal gain - getting a huge land property or something
4 - Flooding their family/spouse's coffers with cash (example: Pelosi)

All else is ceremonial. The Constitution is just a punchline for these people.
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« Reply #10 on: December 19, 2008, 10:49:54 pm »
You can't judge the whole Mormon church on the behaviour of one person (even if he is evil). He goes against the Mormon faith in nearly all he does. Yes Joseph Smith and his family were part of the Mason's as many of the American Male population were at that time. There were a couple of secs of Masons during that time. Some good, some bad. Regardless, when Joseph Smith found out that the Masons worshiped the devil he got out. A lot of the mob that murdered him were in fact Masons. Mormon's aren't anti Masons, but we are encouraged not to belong to the organisation. As for the handshakes etc. The Mason's got them from back when King Solomon built the temple (Old Testament). So they've been passed down through the ages. But there are some differences between them now and the Mormon church temple handshakes. But what God makes, you can bet the Devil will Counterfeit. In other words, just because there are some similarities, it does't mean they are part of the same mob.

If you look at the fruits of the Mormon church you will see that we have many prominent members, including past prophets who have fought a good fight against the NWO. The Mormon church is very anti a NWO and anything that goes towards destroying the Consitition (which Mormons believe was inspired of God) or taking away our free agency.


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« Reply #11 on: December 19, 2008, 11:29:56 pm »
You can't judge the whole Mormon church on the behaviour of one person (even if he is evil).

I am not suggesting that at all.

More on the line of who is under illuminati control. One might think that the Senat majority leader would be an excellent control point for false left-right. Further one would like to show that he is currupted and blackmail-able.

If the congress was honest, they would promote the most honest man. If currupt, they would promote the most corrupt man....

Which do you think is there now?

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« Reply #12 on: December 20, 2008, 04:53:28 am »
Yes, I agree this particular Mormon (at least a wolf in sheeps clothing) is corrupt. I agree with your analogy. But the page just turned into a Mormon = NWO discussion which being a member of the church and meeting quite high up people on numerous occasions, know it is the furtherest thing from the truth. As mentioned, we fight the NWO. They hate us for it, and so try to keep us close (eg. keep your friends close and your enemies closer). So of course they will grab whatever corrupt Mormon they can.

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« Reply #13 on: December 22, 2008, 02:24:33 pm »
It is all about understanding the roots.
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« Reply #14 on: February 04, 2009, 06:21:21 pm »
Reid RE--affirms a slime bucket...

William A. Reinsch was reappointed to the Commission by Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid for a fifth term expiring December 31, 2009.

  Who is WILLIAM A. REINSCH? (CFR member)  a total slime bag...

http://www.uscc.gov/annual_report/2008/annual_report_full_08.pdf
U.S.-CHINA ECONOMIC AND SECURITY REVIEW COMMISSION

ADDITIONAL VIEWS OF COMMISSIONER WILLIAM A. REINSCH
This year’s Report represents continued improvement over previous years, despite the Commission’s determined effort to make its
text as soporific as possible. If one is looking for a cure for insomnia, here it is. Substantively, however, the Report continues its
slow march to responsibility.

The rhetoric of past years has been reduced, and most—but not all—inflammatory recommendations have been omitted.
In short, the Report is maturing, ....


http://www.uscc.gov/about/commissioners/reinpg.php

William A. Reinsch was reappointed to the Commission by Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid for a fifth term expiring December 31, 2009.
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http://archive.newsmax.com/archives/articles/2006/8/28/92737.shtml
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I once confronted Reinsch after a congressional hearing on secure communications. During that meeting, he denied that he had anything to do with the export of advanced encryption satellite technology to the Chinese military. At that point, I presented him with copies of documents showing that he was not only a major player; he also authorized the sale of precisely that technology directly to Chinese military-owned companies.

Reinsch turned very pale and literally ran from the room. Since then he has refused to answer any of my questions and failed to return any calls.

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« Reply #15 on: February 05, 2009, 04:01:49 am »
People who associate themselves with Jesus are obvious dealing with drugs.
Can someone send me some anthrax?

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Re: Harry Mason Reid - Mormon - Mason? - False Left-right?
« Reply #16 on: January 12, 2010, 03:53:47 pm »
Harry's not bad because he's a crook or that it looked like he was going to lose the next election anyway , now they have a new reason that he is to lose the next election....

http://www.cnn.com/2010/POLITICS/01/12/reid.gop/
McCain complains of 'double standard' for Reid

January 12, 2010 2:01 p.m. EST

Washington (CNN) -- The GOP's 2008 presidential candidate decried Tuesday what he called a "stunning double standard" between the treatment of a top Democrat and Republican leader caught making racially insensitive remarks.

Sen. John McCain of Arizona ripped the decision among most leading Democrats largely to dismiss the recent revelation that Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nevada, said in 2008 that Barack Obama could succeed as a black presidential candidate partly because of his "light-skinned" appearance and speaking patterns "with no Negro dialect, unless he wanted to have one."

Reid has apologized to the president, and Obama said he considers the issue closed. Reid noted that numerous prominent African-American officials, including NAACP Chairman Julian Bond and Attorney General Eric Holder, have called him to offer their support.

Reid's comment on Obama was revealed in the newly released book "Game Change" by Mark Halperin and John Heilemann.

GOP critics have noted that former Sen. Trent Lott, R-Mississippi, lost his post as Senate majority leader in 2002 after saying that the nation would have been better off if Strom Thurmond had been elected president in 1948 when he ran on a pro-segregation platform as a Dixiecrat.

There has been a "stunning double standard as far as the treatment of Sen. Lott, who also made unfortunate and inopportune remarks, and the treatment of Harry Reid by the liberal left," McCain said on NBC's "Today" show.

Two leading Republicans have called for Reid to resign as majority leader: Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele and Sen. John Cornyn of Texas, who heads the National Republican Senatorial Committee. McCain, however, did not say Reid should step down.

The Senate's top Republican refused to comment on the controversy Tuesday.

"I think that's an issue for the Democratic conference," Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Kentucky, told reporters asking if Reid should resign.

Republican leadership aides, speaking on condition of anonymity, suggested McConnell knows it's unlikely Reid will step down as majority leader, and the two have a good working relationship he wants to maintain.

A fellow Nevadan, Sen. John Ensign, a Republican, defended Reid on Monday, noting in a radio interview that the majority leader had apologized.

Ensign said Lott had been treated unfairly and urged Republicans not to act toward Reid that way.

The GOP senator who now holds Lott's Mississippi seat also declined to call for Reid's ouster, saying he believes it's up to the people of Nevada to decide the Democrat's political fate.

"There is a particular interest in our state because of what Sen. Lott went through," said Sen. Roger Wicker. But he said that "the voters of Nevada will make a judgment about that."

Reid, who is facing a tough re-election campaign this year, is slated to host a political meeting with African-American leaders Thursday in Las Vegas. The event has been scheduled for weeks.

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Re: Harry Mason Reid - Mormon - Mason? - False Left-right?
« Reply #17 on: October 27, 2010, 11:53:16 pm »
Bump for the election....

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Re: Harry Mason Reid - Mormon - Mason? - False Left-right?
« Reply #18 on: November 03, 2010, 02:54:54 pm »
With Masonic voodoo Reid wins....

http://www.prisonplanet.com/did-harry-reid-steal-nevada.html
Did Harry Reid Steal Nevada?

5 point margin of victory highly suspicious given pre-election polls showing Angle ahead, combined with reports of vote-flipping on machines controlled by Reid’s son and serviced by corrupt pro-Reid union

Paul Joseph Watson & Alex Jones
Prison Planet.com Wednesday, November 3, 2010

A serious investigation into potential vote fraud needs to be launched immediately in Nevada, after incumbent Harry Reid beat Tea Party candidate Sharron Angle by a clear five points, despite pre-election polls showing Angle four points ahead, amidst suspicious evidence of vote flipping and other dirty tricks on behalf of the Reid campaign last week that were dubbed “criminal” by Angle’s campaign attorney.

Angle clearly had the momentum going into the election, having come from behind to take the lead over the Senate majority leader.

Four separate Rasmussen polls prior to the election had Angle ahead. Two weeks before Super Tuesday, she held a 50% to 47% lead over Reid. One week prior to voting, on October 26, her lead was extended to four points, with Angle at 49% and Reid at 45%.
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http://channel6newsonline.com/2010/11/nevada-election-results-significantly-delayed-due-to-power-outage/
Nevada election results significantly delayed due to power outage

LAS VEGAS (BNO NEWS) -- All election results from polling stations in Nevada have been significantly delayed because of a power outage, officials said on late Tuesday evening.

The power outage happened at approximately 5.45 p.m. PDT at Schofield Middle School in southeast Las Vegas, resulting in long lines of people who wanted to vote before polls closed at 7 p.m. PDT. The power outage has since been resolved, but people were still waiting to cast their vote as of 8 p.m. PDT.

http://gunnyg.wordpress.com/2010/11/03/is-harry-reid-just-going-to-get-away-with-stealing-the-election/

Were you following the results? Before the power failure they were close then Dingy Harry pulled away! Where’s the outrage? Where’s the investigation? Where’s the anger? What caused the power to go out and security to fail? The CIA? Obama’s puppet masters?

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Re: Harry Mason Reid - Mormon - Mason? - False Left-right?
« Reply #19 on: October 02, 2013, 03:08:30 pm »
So this is how Dirty Harry got re-elected in Las Vegas - Bundler Whittmore....

http://gatelessgatezen.com/2013/10/01/reid-supporter-whittemore-gets-2-years-in-campaign-cash-case/
Reid Supporter Whittemore Gets 2 Years in Campaign Cash Case

Posted on October 1, 2013   

If this was not such a clear picture of graft at the national level then it would be funny. This reaches into the office of the lead senator of the US Senate. $130,000 is not chump change and there is a term in campaign financing called bundlers. They are recognized and rewarded for their efforts.
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http://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/2013/10/01/reid_supporter_whittemore_gets_2_years_in_campaign_cash_case_120171.html
Reid Supporter Whittemore Gets 2 Years in Campaign Cash Case
By Scott Sonner - October 1, 2013

RENO (AP) — Ex-Nevada power broker Harvey Whittemore admitted he was "arrogant and naive" but insisted "I'm not greedy" before a judge sentenced him Monday to two years in prison for funneling more than $130,000 in illegal campaign funds to Sen. Harry Reid's re-election committee in 2007.

U.S. District Court Judge Larry Hicks also ordered Whittemore to pay $100,000 in fines for his three felony convictions and serve 100 hours community service upon his release from a yet-to-be determined prison that houses white-collar criminals.

The 61-year-old former lobbyist and wealthy developer is to surrender on his own to federal authorities on Jan. 31, 2014.
"These offenses go to the very heart of our electoral process," Hicks said.
Prosecutors said Whittemore gave money to family members and employees in 2007 to make contributions he had promised to Reid while concealing himself as the true source to skirt campaign finance laws.

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http://www.rgj.com/article/20130529/NEWS/130529001/Harvey-Whittemore-guilty-3-felony-charges-excessive-campaign-contributions-Harry-Reid-mistrial-4th-charge
Harvey Whittemore guilty on 3 felony charges of excessive campaign contributions to Harry Reid; mistrial on 4th charge
May 29, 2013

Harvey Whittemore, once the most powerful lobbyist in Nevada and the head of a billion-dollar development company, was convicted Wednesday of using family and employees to funnel illegal campaign contributions to U.S. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid in 2007.

Whittemore, 59, could face a combined maximum of 15 years in prison and $750,000 in fines on the three felony charges. U.S. District Judge Larry Hicks sent sentencing for Sept. 23. Whittemore’s lawyer Dominic Gentile said he will argue for probation, adding that similar cases had resulted in non-prison punishments, and then appeal the case.

Hours after those verdicts were read, the jury proclaimed they were “hopelessly deadlocked” on the fourth charge against Whittemore — that he lied to FBI agents when they interviewed in 2012 about the conduit contributions to Reid, D-Nev. Hicks responded by declaring a mistrial on that charge. Like the other three charges, it carries a maximum sentence of five years and a $250,000 fine.
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Gentile said those campaign contribution limits will be the basis of their appeal.

“The U.S. Supreme Court has before it right now the precise issues that were raised by us pretrial dealing with whether any limits on how much any individual can contribute to a campaign or to a person running for office are unconstitutional,” he said.
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