Sen. Joe "The Mole" Lieberman

Robert Novak – Feb. 11, 2006
Two prominent Republican lobbyists, Craig Fuller and H.P. Goldfield, hosted a fund-raising dinner Thursday evening at Goldfield’s Washington home for Democratic Sen. Joseph Lieberman, seeking re-election in Connecticut this year.
Fuller was President Ronald Reagan’s Cabinet secretary and later Vice President George H.W. Bush’s chief of staff. Goldfield, a Reagan White House aide and later assistant secretary of Commerce, was a fund-raiser in the two Bush-Quayle campaigns.
While Lieberman is a major voice for lobbyist reform, three of his dinner’s five hosts were registered lobbyists. Fuller represents the National Association of Chain Drug Stores. Goldfield lobbies for Airbus and for energy companies (ConcocoPhillips, Dynegy International and Gulfsands Petroleum). Co-host C. Michael Gilliland, a partner in the Hogan & Hartson
law firm, represents a variety of clients.

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0 replies on “Sen. Joe "The Mole" Lieberman”

All I have on Lieberman is an opinion,
and that is that I do not like him, never did, never will…so if Joe goes I could not care less.

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