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A Senator is supposed to represent his constituents, or at least pretend to share some of their values. It is no longer clear whether Orrin Hatch even pretends anymore. Hatch professes to be a Mormon and he also professes to represent his Mormon constituency in Utah. Yet, in-spite of the LDS Church battle against the gay marriage initiative in California, Hatch defied his constituency and supported radical Lesbian activist Elena Kagan as our Nation's Solicitor General.
Hatch was fully behind her Supreme Court nomination until this website, which has a huge Utah following, did a series of expose's on Kagan's militant stance on homosexual rights and her opposition to the Bill of Rights. Hatch not only misrepresents his constituency, he openly defies their values and beliefs. Consider the following:
1. Convicted Felon Jack Abramoff's Lobbying firm, Greenberg Traurig, donated $13,000 to Orrin Hatch. Abramoff's primary objective was to gain approval for Indian gambling casinos. The LDS Church is doctinally opposed to gambling in all its forms. Abramoff's Senate Victory PAC donated $12,000 to Hatch. There are more links to Abramoff that I will explore in a future article.
2. Hatch took a total of $40,000 from Alcohol Interests:
$10,000 from Alcohol Manufacturer Anheiser Busch. The LDS Church doctrinally opposes the use of alcohol.
$1,000 from Heineken (Beer).
$2,000 from Whiskey Manufacturer, Jim Beam.
$11,500 from the National Beer Wholesaler Association and $500 from the licensed beverage association.
$14,500 from the Wine and Spirits Wholesalers.
3. Hatch took $19,500 from Tobacco Interests. Hatch netted $12,000 ( He took $13,000 but returned $1,000) from Philip Morris Tobacco/Altria Group. The LDS Church prohibits its members from using any and all tobacco products. He also netted $7500 from RJ Reynolds Tobacco.
4. Orrin Hatch seems very popular with an industry run by Organized Crime. He took almost $40,000 from the Gambling Industry
Hatch took $2500 from the American Horse Council
$2,000 from Boyd Gaming (Gambling),
$2,000 from Caesar's Entertainment (Casino).
$8500 from Harrah's Entertainment (Casino Gambling).
$3,000 from Mandalay Resorts (casinos).
$10,500 from MGM Mirage, of which he only returned $5,000.
$2,500 from the National Thoroughbred Racing Association.
$7500 from Station Casinos.
$1,000 from Tropicana Casino.
5. For those in Utah concerned about the increasing slime in their movies and music, Hatch took $57,500 from the makers of so-called soft pornography:
$11,000 from the Director's Guild.
$9,500 from Metro Goldwyn Mayer.
$11,500 from Motion Picture Association of America, the group that gives us our movie ratings.
$13,500 from Sony Pictures. And then there are those in Utah offended by the degradation of our music. Hatch received $12,000 from the Recording Industry.
6. For those "downwinder's" who feel Utah already has a high enough cancer rate, Hatch took $26,000 from Energy Solutions, the low-level nuclear waste company that feels Utah should be its dumping ground.
7. For those of you in Utah that feel that Mormons should not be discriminated against in the workplace, Hatch took $2,000 from Farmers Insurance Group and $3,000 from Zurich Insurance.
8. Limited Brands, the Owners of "Victoria's Secret" donated $15,000 to the sanctimonious Hatch.
These are things you won't read in your Utah Newspapers. Real journalism exposes hypocrisy and corruption. As you can see, Real Journalism no longer exists in Utah. Only rainbows, lollipops and the ocassional photo- op with an American flag.