Cross Post from IfLizWereQueen

No, that’s not his daughter.  That’s Rhonda, 64 year old Dana Rohrabacher’s 40 something wife and their triplets.

Juanita Jean’s – the world’s most dangerous beauty salon had a great and hilarious post on Dana Rohrabacher, U.S. Congressman from Orange County CA who was once my representative.  It’s a funny post titled OINK.

However, what is not so funny is the underlying truth.  Costa Mesa Congressman Dana Rohrabacher gave his wife more than 50 percent of the campaign contributions he raised mostly from corporate sources during July, August and September, according to recently filed records at the Federal Election Commission (FEC) in Washington.  The Committee to Re-Elect Congressman Dana Rohrabacher reported raising $21,925 during the three-month period and then paying Rhonda Rohrabacher$11,026.

Rohrabacher pays his wife about $4,000 a month under the ruse that he needs a full-time campaign manager.  Since 2006, Rhonda has collected more than a quarter of a million dollars from her husband’s campaign coffers, according to FEC records.

Amazing isn’t it?  But this is what you can expect as long as we continue to allow the corrupt to write the rules.

According to these low ethical standards, when I take over Pete Sessions House seat in 2013, I should be able to pay my 9 year old rat terrier, Bubbles, a monthly salary as well since she is by far my most loyal cheerleader.  In fact, she is at the heart of my winning strategy:  I plan to have her bite anyone who even suggests that they will not vote for me.

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We can stop this kind of class warfare played by the rich and their bought and paid for political class anytime we decide to by voting and replacing them with honest Independent candidates from the 99%.  Yes, there will be some of these who are corrupt too, but if we continue to consistently root people out who are so obviously abusing the system for their own personal advantage, we will eventually end up with a clean House.


Bubbles a.k.a. Campaign Manager

[Note: Bubbles was named after a Power Puff Girl–not the Wall Street Bubble market.]

Liz Berry

Liz Berry

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