husband, financier Richard Blum, controls Perini, a controversial
company that scored big-time Iraq war money apparently due to Senator
Dianne Feinstein's seat on the Military Construction Appropriations
subcommittee. She steered a $650 million environmental cleanup deal to
Perini. Blum also serves as a University of California Regent - and was
chairman until 2009 - and is Chairman and President of Blum Capital, big
in providing - and thriving on - student loans.
I guess Hirrily has as much of a chance of being anointed the first female president as corporate money and corrupt worldviews can buy.
There's a lot more to write about "this ilk of politician as doing enormous psychic damage to reg'lar women....[and] these 'gals' have more in common with White Man Culture than they do with any flavor of woman culture; indeed, if anything, they act as if they must Out-White Guy the White Guys to be anything/anyone."
I'm working on that piece of serious writing....
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