The Wine & Spirits Wholesalers of America have given John Boehner or his PAC $86,500 in contributions in the last 10 years alone. Boehner was first elected to Congress in 1990 and assumed office on January 3, 1991.
To put this into perspective, Boehner has been a Congressman for almost 20 years, and in the past 10 years, 2/3 of the $86,500 that has been reported has contributed in a span of 4 years. Leadership has been, very, very good to Mr. Boehner.
The motto of the Wholesalers is “Bringing You Life’s Memorable Moments.”
A study of the Wholesaler’s website proudly claims that for every dollar spent on wholesaling, $1.41 in overall value is returned. Using that math, for every dollar the Wholesalers have pumped into John Boehner in the past 10 years, they’ve received $121,965 in overall value returned.
Safer than the stock market.
A quick review of their website reveals a tragedy afflicting drinkers abroad the mainstream media simply won’t tell you about:
People abroad are dying from tainted alcohol. And in this U.S., we’re no longer guaranteed product safety when it comes to many foods and the toys we buy for our children.
Can we add bad booze to the list of things to blame China for now too? Is Al Qeada somehow involved?
Thank God we have a three-tier system in place and men like John Boehner to help ensure the safety of all alcoholic beverages for American consumers.
Congratulations are in order to John Boehner as he fought off a late challenge by Rep. Dan Lungren of California, detractors and other haters alike, re-securing his position as the highest ranking minority member of the House earlier today. Up until two weeks ago, Boehner was the Minority Leader. Now that his former title has been claimed by President-elect Barack Obama, Boehner’s title will officially be changed to “The Number One Rich, Old White Dude.”
From the Northeast to the Deep South, there is a distrust of big government that will only intensify in the months ahead. This is an opportunity we haven’t had in years. We have to seize it — together.
I wasn´t born a Republican … I didn´t know I was a Republican until I woke up one day in a pool of my own vomit and realized my wallet was missing.
It’s clear Republicans must find new ways to reconnect with the American people and address their priorities…Now if you’ll excuse me, I need to go get shit-faced.
Something tells me a liquid celebration is in order tonight. And there’s good news for the Boehner Camp – Bourbon is On Sale at Schneider’s of Capitol Hill!
We’ve all accidentally worn blue dress socks we thought were black, or even an occassional mismatch, but forgetting to wear any socks at all? Dude, this isn’t Miami Vice.
The Wine & Spirits Wholesalers of America Inc. PAC has donated a lot of money to John Boehner and his PAC, the Freedom Project over the years.
So have the National Beer Wholesalers Association PAC.