Thursday, October 14, 2010

Mike Lee and The Number of the Beast!

No, I don't think Mike Lee is the Antichrist, but maybe four of his contributors do.  While I was browsing through Mike Lee's FEC report I noticed that Dennis Albers, a self employed investor from Piedmont, CA contributed $666 to Mike Lee's campaign.  I giggled at the thought but I'm pretty sure I wouldn't have written a blog post on the contribution if I had not noticed that  Amy Friedkin, a self employed activist from San Fransisco, CA, Russ Holdstein, a self employed investor from Kentfield, CA and Amnon Rodan, CEO of Rodan and Fields from Oakland, CA had made the same $666 donation.

So, what does this mean?  Absolutely nothing, but why would anyone give a candidate a contribution for $666?  Maybe the know something I don't. 

To be fair, I also checked Sam Granato's  FEC report, but I was unable to find any contributions from Sam's supporters for exactly $666 bucks.  

Maybe those particular contributors really gave $999 dollars and the number was input wrong.  Maybe they are just simply Iron Maiden fans. But, what ever the case may be, I leave it in your capable hands to decide what the link is between four Mike Lee supporters and The Number of the Beast!

4 comments:

Miss E. said...

Hey Rob did you even notice all 4 donations were made on the same day. 6/12, broken down is 666...... This is weird! is this cult related??? This scares me.

Cliff said...

Of course its cult related. Think nuclear waste. Think apocalypse.

When the Constitution hangs by a thread...

Donald Lewin Nelson said...

United States Senate candidate Mike Lee derived his wealth from his great-great grandfather John Doyle Lee, who was the man who gave the order to kill the members of the Fancher-Baker wagon train. Even though John Doyle Lee was executed for his participation in the Mountain Meadows Massacre, the Lee family kept the wealth that they derived as booty from the murder victims. No member of the Lee family including Mike Lee has ever apologized for the murders or offered to return either family heirlooms or any potion of the wealth. Nor has Mike Lee supported efforts to open the various records of the Church of Jesus Christ Latter Day Saints concerning the massacre and its cover up.

Obi wan liberali said...

What I'm guessing, is that there are several conservative groups out there donating in $2,000 increments who don't want to be identified, so they have 3 individuals use their names to make the donation and make it appear smaller than it actually is.