Is it true that AIG donated 100k to the Obama's campaign?

Would that be considered a conflict of interest with obama's authorization of the bailout plan for AIG ?


If it is true.

9 Answers

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
    Favorite Answer

    Yes it is true...but AIG spread the dirty money around to a lot of folks....AND I THINK THEY SHOULD ALL RETURN EVERY DIME!!! I called Chucky Schumers office and told them that and they hung up on me....and I was being sweet as peach pie when I said it!

    Name Total Contributions

    Dodd, Chris (D-Conn) $281,038

    Bush, George W (R-Texas) $200,560

    Schumer, Charles E (D-NY) $111,875

    Obama, Barack (D-Ill) $110,332

    McCain, John (R-Ariz) $99,249

    Baucus, Max (D-Mont) $90,000

    Kerry, John (D-Mass) $85,000

    Johnson, Nancy L (R-Conn) $75,400

    Sununu, John E (R-NH) $69,049

    Clinton, Hillary (D-NY) $61,515

    Lieberman, Joe (I-Conn) $57,900

    Rangel, Charles B (D-NY) $53,582

    Giuliani, Rudolph W (R-NY) $50,250

    Lazio, Rick A (R-NY) $48,600

    Ensign, John (R-Nev) $44,569

    Bayh, Evan (D-Ind) $43,700

    Larson, John B (D-Conn) $43,000

    Biden, Joseph R Jr (D-Del) $41,350

    Baker, Richard (R-La) $41,032

    Torricelli, Robert G (D-NJ) $39,000

    D'Amato, Alfonse M (R-NY) $38,750

    Carper, Tom (D-Del) $37,213

    Bush, George (R-Texas) $34,000

    Roth, William V Jr (R-Del) $33,400

    Lowey, Nita M (D-NY) $31,800

    Smith, Bob (R-NH) $31,750

    Shelby, Richard C (R-Ala) $31,250

    Reed, Jack (D-RI) $30,600

    Castle, Michael N (R-Del) $29,350

    Ackerman, Gary (D-NY) $27,750

    Grassley, Chuck (R-Iowa) $27,750

    Specter, Arlen (R-Pa) $27,450

    Gephardt, Richard A (D-Mo) $27,250

    Hagel, Chuck (R-Neb) $27,250

    Clinton, Bill (D-Ark) $27,000

    Foley, Mark (R-Fla) $26,650

    Nadler, Jerrold (D-NY) $26,000

    Murkowski, Frank H (R-Alaska) $25,700

    Zimmer, Dick (R-NJ) $25,397

    Crapo, Mike (R-Idaho) $24,500

    Kyl, Jon (R-Ariz) $24,400

    Dole, Bob (R-Kan) $24,250

    Nelson, Ben (D-Neb) $23,200

    Collins, Susan M (R-Maine) $22,542

    Molinari, Susan (R-NY) $21,650

    Dunn, Jennifer (R-Wash) $21,250

    Romney, Mitt (R-Mass) $20,850

    Bond, Christopher S 'Kit' (R-Mo) $20,750

    Farrell, Diane Goss (D-Conn) $20,550

    Zeliff, Bill (R-NH) $20,427

    Pomeroy, Earl (D-ND) $20,270

    Paxon, Bill (R-NY) $20,150

    Reynolds, Tom (R-NY) $19,750

    Maloney, Carolyn B (D-NY) $19,200

    Kolbe, Jim (R-Ariz) $18,550

    Crowley, Joseph (D-NY) $18,500

    Chafee, Lincoln D (R-RI) $18,150

    Berman, Howard L (D-Calif) $18,000

    Bennett, Robert F (R-Utah) $17,700

    Bowles, Erskine B (D-NC) $17,600

    Frist, Bill (R-Tenn) $17,300

    Menendez, Robert (D-NJ) $17,000

    Hastert, Dennis (R-Ill) $16,549

    Gore, Al (D-Tenn) $15,750

    Swett, Dick (D-NH) $15,500

    Nelson, Bill (D-Fla) $15,412

    Frost, Martin (D-Texas) $15,250

    Jeffords, James M (R-Vt) $15,250

    Corker, Bob (R-Tenn) $15,150

    Davis, Tom (R-Va) $15,000

    Chafee, John H (R-RI) $14,757

    Perlmutter, Edwin G (D-Colo) $14,650

    Gregg, Judd (R-NH) $14,500

    Portman, Rob (R-Ohio) $14,300

    Durbin, Dick (D-Ill) $14,000

    Matsui, Robert T (D-Calif) $14,000

    Israel, Steve (D-NY) $13,950

    Burton, Dan (R-Ind) $13,650

    Coverdell, Paul (R-Ga) $13,600

    Abraham, Spencer (R-Mich) $13,500

    Kennedy, Edward M (D-Mass) $13,500

    Murkowski, Lisa (R-Alaska) $13,500

    Andrews, Michael Allen (D-Texas) $13,400

    McConnell, Mitch (R-Ky) $13,200

    Cornyn, John (R-Texas) $13,000

    Moynihan, Daniel Patrick (D-NY) $13,000

    Faircloth, Lauch (R-NC) $12,875

    Fowler, Wyche Jr (D-Ga) $12,760

    Chocola, Chris (R-Ind) $12,500

    Houghton, Amo (R-NY) $12,500

    Kanjorski, Paul E (D-Pa) $12,500

    White, Rick (R-Wash) $12,490

    King, Pete (R-NY) $12,343

    Feinstein, Dianne (D-Calif) $12,250

    Grams, Rod (R-Minn) $12,150

    Conrad, Kent (D-ND) $12,000

    Frisa, Daniel (R-NY) $11,825

    Daschle, Tom (D-SD) $11,700

    Rockefeller, Jay (D-WVa) $11,500

    Weiner, Anthony D (D-NY) $11,500

    METHODOLOGY: The numbers on this page are based on contributions from PACs and individuals giving $200 or more. All donations were made during the A election cycle and were released by the Federal Election Commission. Figures for the current election cycle are based on data released on March 02, 2009.

    Feel free to distribute or cite this material, but please credit the Center for Responsive Politics.

  • 1 decade ago

    It is fairly common for big companies to make donation to all campaigns. I would think if the donated to Obama's they also donated to McCain and the others.

    Lobbyists make their living on both sides of the aisle.

  • 3 years ago

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Banks donated to Obama's campaign as well as McCain's, Hilary's, and all the Independent campaigns...

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    You would think but the fact that journalism died in Jan of 2009 anything will go from now on. BO will not do any wrong...

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    I know they did for Chris Dodd.

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