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hillary be shillary
« on: November 06, 2015, 08:47:39 AM »
BY:  Alana Goodman
November 2, 2015 2:14 pm

AP<blockquote> Hillary Clinton is calling for a federal investigation of ExxonMobil’s
climate change activities just months after the company neglected
to renew its sponsorship of the Clinton Global Initiative annual meeting.

 ExxonMobil, which is being accused by global warming activists of 
misleading the public about climate change, has given between
$ 1  million and $5 million to the Clinton Foundation and sponsored the CGI 
annual meeting in 2014. But this year, the oil giant was one of six  major
corporations that stopped sponsoring the event, according to USA Today.

 Clinton said  last week that the Department of Justice should investigate
ExxonMobil  for allegedly withholding data related to climate change,
 saying that  there is “a lot of evidence they misled people.”

But despite Clinton’s comments, the Democratic presidential  frontrunner
has seemed willing to work with the oil giant until very  recently,
 the International Business Times reports. And there is no indication
that she’s planning to cut her financial ties with the company:

 The Clinton Foundation has accepted at  least $1 million from
ExxonMobil, despite the company’s history of  financing challenges
 to climate science. And Clinton’s State Department touted ExxonMobil
 as an example of how America should look at Iraq as
“a business opportunity.” […]

Though ExxonMobil has stopped sponsoring the Clinton Foundation,
 ties  between the company and the Clintons remain. Clinton’s  campaign
listed an ExxonMobil lobbyist as one of its top fundraisers,  and the
company’s employees have donated $8,900 to her 2016 campaign, 
according to Federal Election Commission records.

 Tony Podesta, the  brother of Clinton’s campaign chair, has lobbied
for Golden Pass  Products LLC, a company part-owned by ExxonMobil. 
Podesta has raised $130,000 for her campaign.

The Clinton Foundation featured two ExxonMobil board members at
 its  conference this year.
The foundation has also accepted donations
from  other major oil firms  that have a financial interest in fighting climate
change  legislation. Data compiled by the Center for Responsive Politics
shows  that her presidential campaign has accepted more than $159,000
from  donors in the oil and gas industry, making her one of the top five 
recipients of the industry’s campaign money.

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Re: hillary be shillary
« Reply #1 on: November 08, 2015, 11:56:59 PM »
How many times have I heard or read about the evil designs of Agenda 21 and more recently Agenda 2030.  We cry about the climate change legislation that is pushed by these agendas.  The legislation is there to take away more of our money through taxation and fines we cry.  The legislation is there to take away more of our rights and freedoms, we cry.  At the same time we cry and stamp our feet about the big oil companies that spend millions fighting that same legislation.  They just want to profit and to poison our world and our future, we cry.  ""SCREEEECH"" (That's the sound of this train of thought coming to an abrupt halt).  Those big oil companies are fighting the same legislation that we want to see defeated.  But, because they have money, they're evil.  Because they want to profit from their endeavours, they're evil.  Now I may be way off base here, but aren't we kind of looking down our noses at others who may be able to accomplish the things we can't.
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