Code Pink ‘Bama Bundler

Friends
Frontpage is reporting that one of Barack Obama’s big bundlers is Jodie Evans, one of the founders of Code Pink. From Frontpage:

According to Ralph Nader’s Public Citizen, Evans has bundled “at least $50,000” in donations for Barack Obama’s 2008 campaign. “Bundling” is a process in which people turn over a large number of “individual” political contributions as a group, in the hope of exerting greater influence if their candidate is elected.

According to Human Events reporter Catherine Moy, “Evans and her son, a student who lives at her Southern California address, each also gave the maximum individual allowable donation of $2,300 to Obama’s campaign.”

And who is Jodie Evans? A former political appointee of Jerry Brown during his tenure as governor of California and his presidential campaigns, Evans briefly made headlines in 2003 by arranging for women to claim Arnold Schwarzenegger groped them. However, she has kept lower company for the last few years. Her official biography states “her life has been consumed with Codepink: Women for Peace since September of 2002.”

Of course if you’ve read this blog any time at all or just look at the picture, then you know who Jodie’s good friends are.

2 Replies to “Code Pink ‘Bama Bundler”

  1. So the single biggest liberal in the Senate (no mean feat given his competition) gets his money from an odious leftist organization. No surprise whatsoever.

    Still think it’s a good idea to stay home in November to “teach the RINOs a lesson”? How’s that workin’ out for ya? Ask Patreus what he thinks about that strategy.

  2. Not voting is the worse possible solution. If you don’t like the
    candidates, write in your own name. For years, the president
    and most of our elected officials have been chosen by a minority
    of elgeble voters who don’t vote. When you vote, you still have
    the right to complain or brag, depending on if your candidate
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