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Legislation: A Lucrative Investment
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Attention All Billionaires:

If you're like most of us, you're always looking for higher returns on your investments. And while you may be familiar with stocks and bonds, currency speculation, IPOs, and all the rest, there's a new investment arena you really ought to be aware of: Legislation.

If a mutual fund returns 20% a year, that's considered unbelievably good. But in the low-risk, high return world of legislation, a 20% return is positively lousy. Why, there's no reason why your investment dollar can't return 60,000, 70,000, even 80,000%!

Here's how it works: With the help of a professional legislation broker (called a Lobbyist), you place your investment (called a Campaign Contribution) with a carefully selected list of legislation manufacturers (called Members of Congress). These manufacturers then go to work writing legislation: crafting industry-specific subsidies, inserting tax breaks into the tax code, extending patents, or giving away public property for free. In an assembly-line process that would make Henry Ford proud, the legislation is produced, and you (and your favorite industry) reap the benefits! The effect on your bottom line is immediate and huge. Just check out these results:

Contributor (Investor)

Campaign Contributions (Investment)

Legislation or Administrative Action


Payoff in govt contracts, reduced costs, higher prices for consumers, or shift in tax burden

Return on Investment



$2,379,792 1990-2002

Logistics contracts in Iraq and Afghanistan




Center for Public Integrity, Windfalls of War Oct. 30, 2003.


$3,310,102 1990-2002

Infrastructure construction contracts in Iraq




Center for Public Integrity, Windfalls of War Oct. 30, 2003.

Airline Industry

$16 million 1991-2001

Airline bailout

Sept. 2001

$15 billion


Common Cause, The $16 Million Soft Landing, Jan 10, 2002

Drug Companies

$44 million since 1999

Prescription drug coverage in Medicare reform bill.

Nov. 2003

$139 billion in increased profits


Public Campaign, Ouch #123, The Big Medicare Fix, Nov. 20, 2003.


$59.3 million in 2000 election cycle

Farm Bill

Feb. 2002

$40 billion in increased subsidies for large farms


Public Campaign, Ouch #98, The Farmer in the Till, May 3, 2002.

Wealthy Americans

$1.8 billion 1999-2002

2001 Tax Cut

May 2001

$769 billion in tax cuts for top 10%


Public Campaign, State of the Union Poster, Jan. 21, 2003

50 Biggest Corporate Tax Avoiders

$151 million, 1991 -2001

Various tax breaks


$55 billion in tax breaks from 1996-1998 alone


Public Campaign, State of the Union Poster, Jan. 21, 2003

Oil, Gas, Coal and Nuclear Industries

$71.8 million since 1999

Tax breaks, subsidies, and MTBE pollution indemnification in Energy bill.


$49 billion


Public Campaign, Ouch #122, Crude Politics in Energy Bill, Nov. 17, 2003.

If you can get this kind of return when you buy a few congressmen, just imagine what you get when you buy the President. Don't wait. Invest now, and let the paybacks roll in for the next four years.

Billionaires for Bush Investment Newsletter #23



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