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https://plus.google.com/103273455412999852308 Dallas Conagher : "Ya'll bout to have a real bad day!" Name: Dallas James Conagher Age: Twenty-five Gender: "Isn't it...
"Ya'll bout to have a real bad day!"

Name: Dallas James Conagher
Age: Twenty-five
Gender: "Isn't it pretty obvious?"
Sexuality: "Straighter than the aim of a wild west sharpshooter."
Height: 5,11
Weight: 150 pounds

Personality:

Dallas is kick backed and relaxed off and on the battlefield. Usually in battle you'll see em strumming a tune on his guitar, not minding the rockets that fly over his head. He even built a compactible recliner he calls "The Rancho relaxo." He is always willing to sit down with a friend and have a beer or two. He is also a self proclaimed "Barbecue master" Although, he does make some pretty good ribs...

He can be somewhat serious at times given the situation, proving to be a very dangerous opponent.

Appearance:

With a stunning chin and a manly beard he wears a western cowboy hat proudly. with a collared blue undershirt and some dark jean overalls. When outside of combat and mainly just hanging about, he wears a dark red plaid collared shirt. And blue jeans, he prefers to only wear his cowboy hat when he's in battle. He says it "brings him good luck" and also just ruins his short brown hair. Under his glove hides a secret, his robot hand. After a shall we say "incident" he lost his right hand. He wears a rubber glove over it most of the time but like to free it up at times.

Loadouts:

Offensive: Mini sentry, Frontier justice, colt peacemaker revolver and his robot hand for melee

Defensive: 50.Caliber tripod (Default sentry) , Frontier justice, robot hand and Colt peacemaker.

Merc ID#197266
Official tuefort mercenary licence: Approved
Team of Employment: Reliable.Excavation and demolition.

Powers/Abilities: "Utter laziness."
Stats out of /10

Cooperation: 9/10
Self esteem: 7/10
bravery: 6/10
Laziness: 11/10
Confidence: 9/10

Bad habits:
Smoking, drinking, cursing, insulting.
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https://plus.google.com/109051496042161315382 Adaawa Tv : We’ve Always Wondered Why All Jeans Have These Metal Rivets, And The Real Reason Is Fascinating. It’s...
We’ve Always Wondered Why All Jeans Have These Metal Rivets, And The Real Reason Is Fascinating.
It’s hard to find anything more American than blue jeans. They’re the go-to pants for everything from working in the yard to going to the mall. But even if you wear jeans every day, you still really don’t know everything about them. As it turns out, those j...
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We’ve Always Wondered Why All Jeans Have These Metal Rivets, And The Real Reason Is Fascinating.
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https://plus.google.com/117005987335869708251 Alice Kerley : How to wear modern day "mom jeans" & denim on denim with ThredUP.
How to wear modern day "mom jeans" & denim on denim with ThredUP.
Boots and Blue Jeans

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https://plus.google.com/115700924545948750874 Doug Harrington : THIS WOMAN SOUNDS VERY MUCH LIKE ME. MY MOTHER WANTED ME TO TO LOVE FRILLS , PINK, HIGH HEEL SHOES AND...
THIS WOMAN SOUNDS VERY MUCH LIKE ME. MY MOTHER WANTED ME TO TO LOVE FRILLS , PINK, HIGH HEEL SHOES AND HAIR FIXED JUST SO. I WANTED BLUE JEANS, MY OLDER BROTHER'S T-SHIRTS, CLIMBING TREES , DIGGING ROADS IN THE DIRT AND HUNTING.
NOW I DO ENJOY DRESSING NICE (IF NECESSARY) , STILL DON'T WEAR HIGH HEELS AND WANT MY HAIR NEAT BUT NO TROUBLE. I ALSO LOVE MY HUSBAND, 2 SONS, DAUGHTER-IN-LAW AND 3 GRANDCHILDREN. I AM WHAT GOD MADE ME AND HAPPY HE ALOUD ME TO BE WHO I AM.
I am Ryland - the story of a male-identifying little girl who didn’t transition - lindsay leigh bentley
I have been shying away from highly controversial topics on this blog recently because I just couldn’t take the drama that naturally associates with it. But I keep hearing the story of Ryland, a child who was born a female, whose parents have transitioned her to male at 5 years old. You can see the full... Read More »
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https://plus.google.com/110820593751481138082 Rilee Wolf : Name: Rose Darkwood Species: Ghoul Kagune: 2 scorpion tails with several more that get smaller up...
Name: Rose Darkwood


Species: Ghoul


Kagune: 2 scorpion tails with several more that get smaller up my back


CCG name: Red wolf


BIO: Rose was adopted by parents who abused her. drunk. and she wouldn't get bruises but the thought of not being loved hurt so bad. she was very anti-social and bullied for it. She had to sneak out every month or so to get food but when her "Dad" locked her up for a week after she hadn't eaten for a long while she devoured her dad but fled the scene. when she was only 13. she found her way into a assassin trainer and she now uses any sort of weapon.

Weapons of choice: Ax, Whip, Pistol

Age:19

Appearance: Leather jacket. gold tank top. blue jeans. and red knee- high boots.

Height: 5'11

Weight: 150 mostly muscle

Gender: female

Relationship status: single

Sexuality: Bi
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https://plus.google.com/116414323596778921625 Vince Peter Lance : white pant + blue jeans, china ... (shown faces)
white pant + blue jeans, china ... (shown faces)
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https://plus.google.com/100311443321883803819 Shopnshoppy.com : Versace Blue Jeans for #Men 75 ML Eau De #Toilette http://www.shopnshoppy.com/index.php/versace-blue...
Versace Blue Jeans for #Men 75 ML Eau De #Toilette

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Product Description
Blue Jeans is a #fragrance one always goes back to. A classic masculine fragrance with woodsy, citrusy notes with a spicy heart and a warm drydown. Top notes are composed of bergamot, lemon, anise, basil and palisander tree. Geranium, rose, lavender, jasmine, sage, heliotrope and lily are at its heart. The drydown contains the notes of iris, sandalwood, vetiver, musk, patchouli, Tonka bean, vanilla and amber.


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Size     75 (ML)
Gender     Male
Delivery Time     2-5 days
Versace Blue Jeans for Men 75 ML Eau De Toilette by Versace
Blue Jeans is a fragrance one always goes back to. A classic masculine fragrance with woodsy, citrusy notes with a spicy heart and a warm drydown. Top notes are composed of bergamot, lemon, anise, basil and palisander tree. Geranium, rose, lavender, jasmine, sage, heliotrope and lily are at its heart. The drydown contains the notes of iris, sandalwood, vetiver, musk, patchouli, Tonka bean, vanilla and amber.
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https://plus.google.com/104102183859531525065 FavOutfit : Fashion Inspirations Featuring Sweater, Blue Jeans, Gianvito Rossi Pumps And Hand Bag From May 2016
Fashion Inspirations Featuring Sweater, Blue Jeans, Gianvito Rossi Pumps And Hand Bag From May 2016
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https://plus.google.com/104102183859531525065 FavOutfit : Fashion Mix With J.crew T-Shirt, Blue Jeans, Sandals And Messenger Bag From May 2016
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https://plus.google.com/100509265982919907695 SHERRY LEBLANC : °|Name|°: Hisoka Len °|Age|°: 17 °|Gender|°: Female °|Species|°: Human °|Occupancy|°: Assassin ...
°|Name|°: Hisoka Len

°|Age|°: 17

°|Gender|°: Female

°|Species|°: Human

°|Occupancy|°: Assassin

°|Apperance|°: Hisoka has long blonde hair that's tied into pigtails. Her hair goes great with her sharp pale blue eyes. For clothes, she has her assassin clothes and regular clothes. Her assassin clothes are all black; shirt, pants, jacket, shoes, gloves, and a mask that covers half of her face. When Hisoka not doing assassin mission, she wears her casual clothes; a black shirt with a light pink sweater and dark blue jeans.

°|Skills|°: Hisoka is amazingly skilled with firearms. She uses the guest bedroom in her apartment as storage for her weapons. She keeps track of all of them. Each firearm is used specifically. Other than that, Hisoka can do hand-to-hand combat. She's not the best at it, but she's good at it.

When Hisoka was seven, she was trained by a outstanding prodigy. It was a women named Neo. Neo was only twenty nine when she first started to train Hisoka. Ten years later, Neo made Hisoka the best gunmen there is, but not as good as Neo. The two would have small battles, and Neo would always win.

°|Likes|°: Firearms, fighting, training, music, relaxing, keeping things to herself, being alone sometimes, and the feeling of holding a dangerous weapon in her hand.

°|Dislikes|°: Losing in a fight, misplacing a weapon, being underestimated, being in a room with a lot of people, being center of a attention, and people getting into her business.

°|Personality|°: Hisoka is can be clever and sassy around people she doesn't know. When she's with a close friend however, her nice and playful side comes out. But she can be sarcastic even if she's with friends.

°|Bio|°: Hisoka had a thing for guns since she was little. It was mostly because she watches a lot of action movies that involve lots of guns. She really wanted to know how to use one, but who was gonna teach her?

One day Hisoka was walking home from school, and she came across a gun shop. She immediately went inside the shop and gazed at everything inside. While Hisoka was looking around, she heard gunshots. There was a shooting range in the shop. The small seven year old wandered to the shooting range, and spotted a woman in her twenties firing bullets at a target. Her name was Neo.

_Neo finally stopped shooting and put the gun away. Hisoka complimented Neo and asked if she could train her. Neo wasn't sure at first. Especially since, Hisoka was a little kid. But in the end, Neo trained her anyway._
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https://plus.google.com/111390629174617456175 The Starpool Show/Reviews : Name: Starpool (Real name is Tyler Pickup) Alias: Starpool (sometimes Ty) Date of Birth: 36 BBY Date...
Name: Starpool (Real name is Tyler Pickup)

Alias: Starpool (sometimes Ty)

Date of Birth: 36 BBY

Date of Death: none

Rank: Jedi Padawan/Commando

Faction: The Republic

Weapons: blue bladed lightsaber, DC-15S Carbine pistol and DC-17 blaster pistol

Force Sensitivity: Medium High

Race: human

Gender: Male

Homeworld: Alderaan

Likes: Helping friends and pulling pranks

Dislikes: droid abuse/insults and friends in danger

Personality: Spunky, loyal, friendly, helpful, mischievious and joking

Biography: Starpool started out as a teenager, usually playing pranks on friends and hanging out with them while photographing things like models and action figures and playing Holographic video games, holo-vlogging, (if it's not allowed I'll make an acception on taking it out) and watching holo-tv. Even working on my own cloaking/invisibility gadget. One day, R2-D2, Ahsoka Tano, Captain Rex, Anakin Skywalker and a dozen of Clone Troopers came over to his house and took him with them to be a Jedi. So they took him back to the Jedi Temple where Starpool learned how to wield blasters, he built my own lightsaber and he even personalized and payed for his droid R2-SP. Later, Starpool designed an invisibility/cloaking app for his R2-Unit. SP and Starpool would even holo-vlog and pull occasional pranks. Starpool may have even developed a minor to severe crush on Ahsoka. But Starpool loved astromech droids so much and has more of them as friends throughout the temple than anyone else... other than the people that found him. Oh and Starpool wears blue jeans, boots, a utility belt, a sandy blue V-neck, black armor on the right side (like Kanan) with the Starpool logo on the shoulder pad and a blue version of Deadpool's mask. Starpool's personality is mainly PG but sometimes PG-13. (I don't have a picture of Starpool but a friend is working on it... she's trying to anyway.)
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https://plus.google.com/111390629174617456175 The Starpool Show/Reviews : First name: Tyler Last name: Pickup Alias: Starpool (sometimes Ty) Known Relatives: Starpool has ...
First name: Tyler

Last name: Pickup

Alias: Starpool (sometimes Ty)

Known Relatives: Starpool has a mother, father and brother, a Lothcat and 2 Anubas (I probably spelled that wrong) but his best friends are C-3PO, Ahsoka Tano, Captain Rex, Anakin Skywalker, Padmé Amidala, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Commander Cody, R2-SP and R2-D2

Age: 16 (in 21-20 BBY)

Appearance: Exactly the same as Kanan's outfit from Rebels but instead of a light green shirt and dark green armor, Starpool has a sand blue V-neck and the armor is black. Starpool has a lightsaber in the usual left side of his belt, a DC-17 blaster pistol on the right side of his belt and a DC-15S carbine pistol holstered on his back. Oh and wears a blue version of Deadpool's mask.

Homeworld: Alderaan

Likes: Helping friends and pulling pranks

Dislikes: droid abuse/insults

Personality: Spunky, loyal, friendly, helpful, mischievious and joking

Biography: Starpool started out as a teenager, usually playing pranks on friends and hanging out with them while photographing things like models and action figures and playing Holographic video games, holo-vlogging, (if it's not allowed I'll make an acception on taking it out) and watching holo-tv. Even working on my own cloaking/invisibility gadget. One day, R2-D2, Ahsoka Tano, Captain Rex, Anakin Skywalker and a dozen of Clone Troopers came over to his house and took him with them to be a Jedi. So they took him back to the Jedi Temple where Starpool learned how to wield blasters, he built my own lightsaber and he even personalized and payed for his droid R2-SP. Later, Starpool designed an invisibility/cloaking app for his R2-Unit. SP and Starpool would even holo-vlog and pull occasional pranks. Starpool may have even developed a minor to severe crush on Ahsoka. But Starpool loved astromech droids so much and has more of them as friends throughout the temple than anyone else... other than the people that found him. Oh and Starpool wears blue jeans, boots, a utility belt, a sandy blue V-neck, black armor on the right side (like Kanan) with the Starpool logo on the shoulder pad and a blue version of Deadpool's mask. Starpool's personality is mainly PG but sometimes PG-13. (I don't have a picture of Starpool but a friend is working on it... she's trying to anyway.)
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https://plus.google.com/103270606858575480989 Julie Taruc : Ootd Post Featuring Sweater, Blue Jeans, Shoes And Round Glasses From May 2016
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https://plus.google.com/110705248479698971768 Online Computer Tips : Video conferencing has become part of enterprise communication. Businesses use it to reduce their costs...
Video conferencing has become part of enterprise communication. Businesses use it to reduce their costs related to travel and improve employee productivity. According to Remote’s website, 87 percent of remote workers felt more connected using online multimedia systems and 82 percent reported less stress. Some even said they find it more useful than regular physical meetings as they have a set time frame and are more focused. The saving in terms of travel costs is not the only advantage that online platforms provide. A conference call for the IT sector with software like Blue Jeans has a lot more advantages which make a compelling case for organizations to use it.
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https://plus.google.com/115932302741585014046 Dana Frost : Spring Looks I'm a blue jeans kind of girl. It's what I feel most comfortable in. But there is something...
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I'm a blue jeans kind of girl. It's what I feel most comfortable in. But there is something about spring that brings out my feminine side and has me reaching for long, flowy dresses. A couple weeks ago, I teamed up with photographer Remy Roman to shoot a li...
Spring Looks
I'm a blue jeans kind of girl. It's what I feel most comfortable in. But there is something about spring that brings out my feminine side and has me reaching for long, flowy dresses. A couple weeks ago, I teamed up with photo...
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https://plus.google.com/108532008616982351236 Draggy DaDemon : ((NOT DONE YET STILL WORKING ON IT)) B A S I C | Name: Phoenix | Age: 15 | House: Gryffindor | Godly...
((NOT DONE YET STILL WORKING ON IT))

B A S I C

| Name: Phoenix
| Age: 15
| House: Gryffindor
| Godly Parent: Hades
| Quote:
| "Ask for forgiveness, not permission"
| Personality:
| Tomboy, Skater, Quick, Smart, Funny, Brave, Loyal, Protective of the | things she loves
| Weapon(s):
+ Stygian iron/ Celestial broke double sided sword
+ Throwing knives
+ Bow and Poisoned Arrows
Strengths:
= Has been fighting for most of her life, so is very good at it
= Would do anything to help her friends
Fatal Flaw:
_ Power (The temptation for power is very strong in her)
_ Personal Loyalties
Species: Demigod/ Witch
Appearance:
Hair: Fire red with streaks of blond
Eyes: Caramel- gold
Height: 5'7
Shirt: Gray with Hogwarts symbol criss crossing with a bow
Pants: Dark blue jeans

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P E R S O N A L S T U F F ( S e c r e t s & S t u f f )

Secret:
Has been on own for around 8 to 9 years
Romantic Interests: Prefers to stay unattached but may like someone
Friends: Many of the Gryffindors
Enemies: Most Slytherins
Extra:
Is on the Gryffindor Quittich team as Seeker

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L I K E S

Hobbies: Skating, Flying
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https://plus.google.com/110734946218641679352 Rex Dexter : The Man Who Bought the Clintons: the Political Business of Terry McAuliffe Posted May 24, 2016 By Luther...
The Man Who Bought the Clintons: the Political Business of Terry McAuliffe

Posted May 24, 2016 By Luther Blissett

(Editor’s note: In light of yesterday’s announcement that Hillary Clinton’s former campaign chairman Terry McAuliffe is being investigated by federal prosecutors for illegal foreign campaign donations made directly to him and through the Clinton Foundation, it’s worth revisiting this article from 10/15 to learn more about his shady history: http://usuncut.com/politics/clinton-mcauliffe-campaign-fbi/)

By Jeffrey St. Clair | Source: CounterPunch

[http://www.counterpunch.org/2015/10/23/the-man-who-bought-the-clintons-the-political-business-of-terry-mcauliffe/]

In May 1999, the Labor Department brought suit against Jack Moore and John Grau, charging the two men with mismanaging the pension fund for the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers.

Moore was the longtime secretary of the union, while Grau was the vice-president of the National Electrical Contractor’s Association, which was partner in the fund. At issue was a series of sweetheart real estate deals in central Florida, which regulators labeled “imprudent”, and cost the fund money.

Moore and Grau eventually settled the case for more than six figures.

The union was forced to kick in another $5 million to cover the losses to the pension fund.

The person at the center of the scandal, however, made out in the deal very well, indeed.

His name: Terry McAuliffe, former head of the DNC, now governor of Virginia.

McAuliffe met Moore in 1988, when both were raising money for the doomed presidential bid of Dick Gephardt.

They became close friends, allies in a campaign to redesign the Democratic Party into a more moderate political vessel, along the lines of the pre-Reagan Republicans.

Moore controlled the $6 billion IBEW pension fund and had a reputation for investing money in businesses run by friends and political cronies.

So it was that in November 1990, McAuliffe approached Moore and his friend Grau with a proposal for a real estate partnership in central Florida with an investment company called American Capital Management, which McAuliffe owned with his wife Dorothy.

The deal involved the purchase of the Woodland Square Shopping Center and five apartment complexes outside Orlando, Florida.

It was a lopsided partnership.

The pension fund put up $39 million to purchase the property.

McAuliffe shelled out $100, yet he and his wife enjoyed 50 percent ownership in the project.

He eventually parlayed his $100 investment into a $2.45 million profit.

Fresh from this triumph, McAuliffe approached Moore with a new proposal. He asked Moore to dip into the pension fund one more time for $6 million so that he could purchase a parcel of land south of Orlando called Country Run, which McAuliffe planned to subdivide into 500 single-family homes.

Moore obliged and loaned McAuliffe the money.

The development soon proved to be a bust.

Only half the homes were built and many of them didn’t sell.

Years passed, but McAuliffe never bothered to make a single payment to the pension fund on the loan.

According to Labor Department records, McAuliffe was in default from December 1992 through October 1997.

The managers of the pension fund never demanded payment or called in the loan.

The only collateral they had required was the nearly worthless Country Run property itself.

Eventually, McAuliffe found a buyer for the property and repaid the loan.

But the aroma of the deals attracted the attention of the Labor Department, which had been looking into the looting of worker pension funds.

In May of 1999, the agency brought a suit against Moore and Grau for mismanagement of the fund.

Both eventually settled, agreeing to six figure fines, and resigned their positions.

The IBEW was compelled to reimburse the pension fund to the tune of five million dollars.

The Labor Department didn’t have any authority to go after McAuliffe.

That was up to the Clinton Justice Department and they took a pass.

He wasn’t sued or otherwise inconvenienced.

So a labor fund got looted and Terry McAuliffe got very rich.

This wasn’t the only time McAuliffe steered a labor union toward dangerous legal and financial shoals.

In 1996, McAuliffe helped devise a political money-cycling scheme that led to the downfall of several leaders of the Teamster’s Union, including the union’s reform-minded president Ron Carey and his political director William Hamilton.

At Hamilton’s trial on corruption charges, Richard Sullivan, the former director of finance for the Democratic National Committee, testified that McAuliffe asked Sullivan and other top DNC fundraisers to approach big Democratic donors who could make a contribution of at least $50,000 to the re-election campaign of Ron Carey, then in a pitched battle with James Hoffa, Jr.

Under McAuliffe’s scheme, Sullivan testified, the Teamster’s Union would later recycle that $50,000 back into various Democratic Party accounts.

Once again, McAuliffe was never charged with wrongdoing and his lawyer, Richard Ben-Veniste, repeatedly said there’s was nothing illegal in his client’s plan. He lives a charmed life.

Terry McAuliffe was born in 1957 in Syracuse, New York. His father was a longtime Democratic power-broker in upper state New York and a top fundraiser for the party.

Terry got into politics at a young age.

But as anyone can tell there’s not much evidence that he was ever excited about policy issues.

The environment, abortion rights, civil rights, peace.

These great issues didn’t turn Terry on.

Instead, he was entranced by the mechanics of political fundraising, party planning and schmoozing with business elites and Hollywood celebrities.

He made a beeline for the Beltway, attending Catholic University.

Through his father’s influence, he got a position as a fundraiser for Jimmy Carter.

And then he was off and running, renting his financial services to House and senate races and gubernatorial elections.

In the meantime, McAuliffe managed to earn the obligatory law degree from Georgetown University.

Then in 1984, he began to fine-tune his craft under the wing of Tony Coelho, the longtime House whip and master fundraiser from California.

At the time, Coelho was heading up the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, the main DNC fundraising apparatus for House races.

More than anyone, Coelho laid the foundations for the Democratic Party’s open courting of big business.

And Terry McAuliffe, working from the master’s Rolodex, served as Coelho’s chief apprentice, sprinting from one Beltway lobby shop to the next offering prime access to Democratic power-brokers for political cash, hard and soft money, the new coin of the realm.

The young fundraiser learned an early lesson.

No enterprise was off-limits, no matter how tarnished the reputation of the company: weapons-makers, oil companies, chemical manufacturers, banks, sweatshop tycoons.

Indeed, McAuliffe made his mark by targeting corporations with festering problems, ranging from liability suits to environmental and worker safety restraints to bothersome federal regulators.

The more desperate these enterprises were for political intervention, the more money McAuliffe knew he could seduce into DNC coffers.

What about environmental groups?

Big labor?

The traditional core of the Democratic Party?

Not only didn’t their objections (assuming they voiced any) matter, they actually made McAuliffe’s pitch more appealing to the corporadoes.

After all, the Republicans didn’t have any sway over these organizations. Triangulation, the backstabbing political playbook of Clinton-time, originated as a fundraising gimmick.

A very lucrative one.

In the early 90s, really big money began to pour into the DNC. McAuliffe recruited robust donations from Arco and Chevron, Entergy and Enron, Phillip Morris and Monsanto, Boeing and Lockheed, Citibank and Weyerhaeuser.

Many of these corporations had all but abandoned the Democrats during the Reagan era. McAuliffe lured them back with promises of favorable treatment by a new generation of anti-regulatory Democrats attuned to the special needs of multinational corporations.

This was the mulch bed from which the Clinton presidency took root.

By 1994, Clinton himself had aligned himself to McAuliffe’s magic touch.

He tapped him as the chief fundraiser for the 1996 reelection campaign.

In this capacity, McAuliffe masterminded some of the more risqué political fundraising operations since the Kennedy era.

There were the fundraisers at Buddhist temples in California.

There were the notorious coffee klatches, where for a six-figure contribution to the DNC, corporate executives were brought to the White House for some face-time with Bill and Hillary, Al and Tipper, and a retinue of cabinet secretaries, with pen in hand ready to address any nagging problem.

McAuliffe also devised the plan to rent out the Lincoln Bedroom to top contributors for slumber parties with the president.

Over the course of the next six years, McAuliffe was personally responsible for raising, largely from corporate sources, more than $300 million for the DNC.

The scene: the MCI Center in Washington, D.C.

The date: May 14, 2000.

The Event: “BBQ and Blue Jeans Gala.”

It’s Terry McAuliffe’s biggest party yet.

A star-studded gathering of DC lobbyists, corporate executives and Hollywood liberals, all in dressed in blue jeans, eating BBQ and listening to the blues and country music.

It was also the single biggest fundraiser in history.

More than $25 million was raised for the DNC in a single night.

Toward the end of the evening, Al Gore lumbered his way onto the stage and seized the microphone.

He directed the spotlight turned on McAuliffe, the real star of the evening.

“Terry”, Gore said, “You are the greatest fundraiser in the history of the universe.”

The crowd thundered with applause for the man who had just lightened their wallets of several thousands of dollars.

Gore would soon come to rue those fervent words.

While most Democrats blamed Katherine Harris or the Supreme Court for the loss of the White House to George W. Bush, McAuliffe pointed the finger at Gore.

The fundraiser believed that Gore ran an inept campaign, misspending the precious millions he had worked so diligently to raise.

McAuliffe detested the way that Gore distanced himself from the Clintons and refused to allow the president to campaign for him even in key southern states.

Even worse from McAuliffe’s perspective, Gore had subtly dissed Clinton on the campaign trail, suggesting that he himself was a man of firmer moral sinew than the embattled president.

When Gore lost, the party fell back into the control of the Clintons and their chief emissary, Terry McAuliffe.

The fundraiser swiftly took his revenge out on Gore.

In late January, as the moving vans where pulling away from the White House, McAuliffe planned a major send off for the Clintons at Andrews Air Base.

All the top Democrats were there; many were invited to give tributes to the first couple in front of the national TV cameras.

Al Gore, naturally, expected to give the keynote farewell address.

But McAuliffe refused to allow Gore even near a microphone.

Gore wasn’t permitted to speak a single word.

“McAuliffe didn’t want Gore to speak”, a top aide at the DNC told the Washington Post.

“McAuliffe didn’t even want Gore there.

The send off was about good memories, success stories.

And the VP wasn’t either.”

McAuliffe’s implacable loyalty to Clinton was soon rewarded.

Later in 2001, Bill Clinton engineered the ouster of Joe Andrew as head of the DNC and installed McAuliffe, who only months earlier had offered to purchase the Clintons a house in Chappaqua, New York for $1.3 million, as the chief of the party.

As the head of the DNC, McAuliffe was now in a position to protect the Clintons’ legacy, reward loyalists, punish party dissidents and select the next presidential nominee.

When Gore began to flirt with the notion of challenging Bush in 2004, McAuliffe went to work to kill off his campaign before it even started.

He went straight to Gore’s top political sponsors and advised them to withhold funds from the Gore campaign chest.

He was tremendously persuasive, convincing even some of Gore’s most loyal backers, such as financier James Tisch, to deny money to their old friend.

The sabotage of the nascent Gore 2004 campaign was just a run-up for demolition job McAuliffe directed against the unauthorized campaign of Vermont governor Howard Dean.

The Dean threat had almost nothing to do with any perceived ideological heresy from the Vermonter.

After all Dean was a run-of-the-mill neoliberal who pretty much aped the centrist economic policies of Clinton.

The real threat posed by Dean came from his determination to raise millions in campaign contributions outside of the precincts of the DNC.

McAuliffe’s control over the party stemmed from his role as the prime dispenser of campaign cash, the elixir necessary to keep political recipients loyal to the party leadership and its policies.

Dean showed another way was possible and he had to be put down.

But after the Dean juggernaut was scuttled, McAuliffe reached out a helping hand to the defeated candidate.

As usual, the hand proffered money.

The Dean campaign was in debt, the legions of Deaniacs seething with rage over the demolition of their hero.

McAuliffe offered to help pay off Dean’s debts and set up his new institute, Democracy for America.

In return, Dean worked to calm his troops, imploring them not to abandon the party for the independent campaign of Ralph Nader.

Terry McAuliffe didn’t just use his business contacts to fatten the accounts of the Democratic National Committee; he also deftly exploited them to inflate his own fortune, which now nudges toward nine figures.

A similar fruitful intimacy with corporate cronies led to Tony Coelho’s stunning fall from grace, but McAuliffe never looked back.

His trajectory has been decidedly prosperous and, to this point, utterly immune to the slumping fortunes of the economy outside the confines of the Beltway.

These days McAuliffe says he wants to resurrect the Misery Index, but he’s not acquainted with any of the numbers.

In 1996, McAuliffe met a young corporate tycoon named Gary Winnick, who had once referred to himself as the richest man in Los Angeles.

Winnick ran Global Crossing, a fiber-optics company chartered in the tax-friendly haven of Bermuda.

At the time McAuliffe met Winnick, Global Crossing was a privately held company, poised to cash in on the deregulation of the telecom industry and the new opportunities in China.

In 1997, Winnick offered McAuliffe the opportunity to purchase $100,000 worth of Global Crossing stock.

When Global Crossing shares went public in 1998, the value of the stock soared.

Operating with an acute sensitivity to the fluctuations of the market bordering on ESP, McAuliffe sold his shares at the precise moment the stock peaked.

McAuliffe told the New York Times he pocketed $18 million in the deal.

Within a few months, Global Crossing’s stock collapsed, the company plunged into bankruptcy and more than a third of its workforce were tossed into the ranks of the unemployed.

McAuliffe also served as an on-call DC fixer for Winnick in those optimistic days following the Clinton reelection.

In early 1997, McAuliffe set up shop in an office in downtown DC owned by a Winnick company called Pacific Capital Group.

According to a boastful McAuliffe, Winnick hired him as a consultant to “help work some deals” with the federal government.

“Gary was looking for some political action”, McAuliffe told Worth magazine.

“He wanted a stable of people around him with great contacts.”

Few people inside the Beltway enjoyed better contacts than McAuliffe, as Winnick would soon discover.

At an appearance in Los Angeles later that year, Bill Clinton lavished on Winnick his personal endorsement.

“Gary Winnick has been a friend of mine for some time now and I’m thrilled by the success that Global Crossing has had.”

There’s no evidence that Winnick and Clinton had even met each other before that evening.

But the endorsement proved fruitful.

It signaled not only Clinton’s faith in the company, but also sent a message to federal agencies that Global Crossing was a firm that they should do business with.

It soon paid off.

A few months later Global Crossing won a $400 million contract from the Pentagon after repeated prodding from the White House.

After the contract was awarded, McAuliffe arranged for Winnick to play a round of golf with Clinton.

Shortly after the afternoon on the links, Winnick donated $1 million to the Clinton presidential library.

Winnick’s joy was short lived, however.

In the winter of 2001, the Pentagon rescinded the Global Crossing deal following an investigation by the Inspector General of the Defense Department, which raised questions over how the contract was awarded and Global Crossing’s ability to fulfill its obligations.

Later, the company fell into the financial death noted above.

The attack dogs in the Bush White House never really made much of McAuliffe’s ripe ties to Global Crossing.

Why?

Global Crossing had been almost equally generous to the Bush family.

In 1997, Global Crossing invited former President George H.W. Bush to address company executives in Tokyo, Japan.

At the time, Bush’s standard speaking fee was $80,000.

The morning after the speech, Bush had breakfast with Winnick.

Winnick advised Bush that it would prove much more profitable for the former president to accept payment in Global Crossing stock, then privately held, than cash.

Bush agreed.

Soon the company went public and the value of Bush’s stock swelled to more than $14 million.

Not a bad pay-off for an hour’s speech.

To complete the symmetry, one of Winnick’s top executives also serves as a trustee of the G.H.W. Presidential Library Fund.

Winnick tried to cover all of his bases.

Yet as with Enron and Tyco, even the most judicious dispensation of money across the political spectrum couldn’t save a company that had been looted from the inside out.

Global Crossing went down and so did Winnick.

But the politicians who made it all possible remain indemnified from any liability for the carnage, protected by a mutually advantageous non-aggression pact.

Never bite the hands that feed the system.

https://desultoryheroics.com/2016/05/24/the-man-who-bought-the-clintons-the-political-business-of-terry-mcauliffe/
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Age : 16

Species : Lightling (aka special or gifted ones)

Sexuality : heterosexual

Gender : male

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