Skip to comments.Dianne Feinstein's Husband Bags High-Speed Rail Construction Contract
Posted on 04/30/2013 4:34:47 PM PDT by markomalley
Sen. Diane Feinsteins husband Richard Blum won a construction contract for Californias high-speed rail project, reports the California Political Review.
Author Laer Pearce says Perini-Zachary-Parsons, a construction group partially owned by Blums investment firm, Blum Capital, and their investors, bagged the nearly billion dollar contract:
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The old bags husband bags a contract.
Social engineering via trains to nowhere.
They are all as crooked as a hound dog’s back leg. To quote an expert. LBJ
“I won’t give up my train”
obama/willie theme song.
California’s already bankrupt, having driven so much investment and business and employment away (with its super-high taxes and exaggerated regulations about nearly everything)......... California’s already broke without a duplicative silly little multi- billion dinero choochoo it can’t afford
but there are big PROFITS to be made....
This pig in a neck scarf is the most corrupt politician alive right now.
Start bailing, stretch.
With all that big money coming in, I don’t think we need her dumb ass in Washington anymore. She needs to retire so she can go home and spend more time with the money.
I guess that California has such a burgeoning economy and such a small land mass that it needs a Japanese train to get its people to where they need to go in a big hurry /s.
I hate democrat Fienstein and all democrats
Savage will have fun with this one.
Since she’s 80 and he’s 77, they may not even make it to the photo-op LOL.
It’s only corruption when Repubs do anything that can be called corrupt. Like Romney killing the wife.
Pray for America to Wake Up
Tax the rich bitch.
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