Will the Gun hoe Republican Darral Issa and his foot solider disquise as politicians go after the Bush administration for war crimes.
Two offices of Issa’s dual careers, meshing of public Office and private business interests rarely seen in government.
A conflict of interest as it would appear that Issa has been using his public office for personal financial gain.
A conflict of interest arises as it would appear that Issa has been using his public office for personal financial gain.
Attorney General Holden is in Issa Way so now he is subpoena, investigate, and harass the Obama Administration, Issa was being described as a future leader of his party—and the man most likely to weaken the President before the 2012 election
In August 2011, the New York Times revealed that Issa had been purchasing office space, businesses, and real estate in the district that he represents. Issa has also been using his position in Congress to secure millions of dollars in earmarks that improve roads and public works that promise to improve traffic and provide other improvements in the area that his commercial property is located in. One such earmark secured as much as $800,000 in earmarks for such an area. Traffic in the area has greatly eased and property valued has soared. A conflict of interest arises as it would appear that Issa has been using his public office for personal financial gain.
Issa is one the Most wealthy members of Congress push their financial activities to the side, with many even placing them in blind trusts to avoid appearances of conflicts of interest. But Mr. Issa (pronounced EYE-suh), one of Washington’s richest lawmakers, may be alone in the hands-on role he has played in overseeing a remarkable array of outside business interests since his election in 2000.
In July, Issa sent a letter to top government regulators demanding that they back off and provide more justification for new margin requirements for financial firms dealing in derivatives. ...When he took over the chairmanship of the Oversight Committee this year, Issa dramatically shifted the committee’s focus away from its traditional role of investigating major corporate scandals. Instead, Issa has used the committee to merge the responsibilities of Congress with the interests of K Street and Issa’s own fortune.