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Feinstein's husband’s firm cashes in on crisis

On the day the new Congress convened this year, Sen. Dianne Feinstein introduced legislation to route $25 billion in taxpayer money to a government agency that had just awarded her husband’s real estate firm a lucrative contract to sell foreclosed properties at compensation rates higher than the industry norms.


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fifi is a perfect example of

fifi is a perfect example of a political opportunist.

children shot dead?

stand on their corpses and push for gun control

economy ruined? people's houses stolen by banks?

buy em up and sell them back to people and re-write the law so you can rip them off further


Her Firearms Ownership

Read something somewhere that not only did she have the only concealed carry permit in San Francisco County but she owned several firearms. And for a gun buyback she gave up one that one of her employees said wasn't worth much to begin with.

Does anyone have more info on that?

As far as her husband's lucrative contract it doesn't surprise me.

That old bag

She seriously needs to just resign. Save the humiliation. But if she persists...then expose her for what she is.

If investigated properly, that woman and so many others who have strived for position in government, would likely be guilty of crime after crime.

And to think, she'll retire with fat income, full bene's at the tax payer's expense...for all the robbing and dirty works she's done against the people of this nation. That's on top of the tens of millions she and those around her have raped the public for.


I bet there is NRA and Pentagon connection to other politicians who authorize procurement of things for government use.

Article is from 2009

I guess no one noticed it the first time around

Feinstein is the worst of the worst.

She is like the crook who doesn't want you to own guns for fear you might shoot her and her husband's best friends, the burglars and robbers.


Yes, it did have the appearance of a conflict of interest.

But you're not Martha Stewart. If you were (re LL's poem post), you'd have suggested decorating tips to go along with the root beer float: "Match the beers up with a simple tap-room inspired décor and some good snack foods and let the fun begin..." http://www.themarthablog.com/2012/03/throw-a-beer-tasting-pa...

When we try to pick out anything by itself, we find it hitched to everything else in the Universe.
~ John Muir