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January 12, 2006
By: Kevin Drum

THE K STREET PROJECT....Thomas Edsall of the Washington Post provides a brief history of modern lobbying and how it's evolved since Republicans came to power a decade ago:

The change in standards of what is objectionable versus what is commonplace is suggested by a nearly forgotten uproar nearly two decades ago. On Feb. 3, 1987, newspapers disclosed that then-Sen. Lloyd M. Bentsen (D-Tex.), chairman of the Finance Committee, had set up a "breakfast club" for lobbyists who donated $10,000 to his campaign committee.

The implied bargain money for access struck many as just too obvious. Three days later, Bentsen ended the breakfasts and acknowledged that his error of judgment had been "a doozy."

Now, every day Congress is in session, there are lobbyist-organized fundraisers for senators and representatives at breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner at which the basic transaction is little different than what got Bentsen in hot water.

....The pivotal point in Washington's changing culture, according to lobbyists and congressional ethics analysts, came in 1995, shortly after Newt Gingrich and his "Republican Revolutionaries" roared to power in the 1994 midterm elections. Tom DeLay, the new majority whip, and his allies began the "K Street Project" the pressuring of trade associations and lobbying firms to hire Republican, and to contribute to Republican campaigns if they wanted access to key leaders and committee chairmen in the House.

By the way, the K Street Project has its own website if you're interested in checking it out. It's entirely "non-partisan" of course....

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Sounds like the Republicans recognized the possibilities of Bentson's great idea, but failed to understand the ethical concerns. Or maybe, based on IOKIYAR, Bentson did not qualify.

Posted by: The Dad on January 12, 2006 at 2:09 AM | PERMALINK

Oops, "Bentsen" not "Bentson".

All press is good press as long as they spell your name right, right?

Posted by: The Dad on January 12, 2006 at 2:12 AM | PERMALINK

And while I still have the megaphone, I'd like to say again that I really think the Democrats should seize the moment and re-brand themselves as the squeeky-clean, beyond reproach, ethical, Constitutional, Rule of Law party.

Posted by: The Dad on January 12, 2006 at 2:16 AM | PERMALINK

squeeky-clean, beyond reproach, ethical, Constitutional, Rule of Law party.

I'd settle for an all-American, reality based, willing to compromise, except for f*cking pre-emptive wars, tax-breaks for the rich, and yes!!!global warming is a major PROBLEM!!!(did you hear Alice/Patton?)

Posted by: LW Phil on January 12, 2006 at 2:23 AM | PERMALINK

The web site is so lame. You can't even buy legislation online.

Posted by: MillionthMonkey on January 12, 2006 at 2:27 AM | PERMALINK

Millionth:

But do they sell T-shirts?

Damn, I hope so. "Jack Abramoff bought my Congressman and all I got was this lousy T-shirt."

Bob

Posted by: rmck1 on January 12, 2006 at 2:31 AM | PERMALINK

You can't even buy legislation online.

Did you use the gold card or remember to use platinum?

Posted by: The Dad on January 12, 2006 at 2:32 AM | PERMALINK

You know what strikes me most about the K Street project, and the Republicans, most especially Tom Delay, who run it?

Just the simple idiot crudeness, the sheer tackiness of it all. It is so clearly the brainchild of a third rate businessman who had no understanding even of the level of ethics and standards of behavior common in corporate America.

This is like Joe Blow Pizza Parlor Manager, or, I don't know, Insect Terminator, just decided to take his non-existent rules of correct organizational behavior and impose it on the largest, most complex institution in the entirety of world history, namely the American government.

What's obvious is that it didn't even occur to this mean spirited, small minded, limited little man Delay that he might really be running afoul of some serious rules in a way that might come back to haunt him. He just didn't get that very crucial point.

Delay reminds me of the con men who promote schemes to keep from paying the IRS a single cent in taxes, who seem almost surprised when they find out that, in fact, what they are doing is illegal, and that they're going to wind up going to jail. They seem just too fucking dumb to figure it out, left to their own devices.

Let's face it, Democracy isn't all peaches and cream. And the ascendency of a crude, nasty little creature like Tom Delay to the pinnacle of power in our government is Exhibit A.

Posted by: frankly0 on January 12, 2006 at 2:55 AM | PERMALINK

"Jack Abramoff bought my Congressman and all I got was this lousy T-shirt."

Pretty damn good.

Posted by: frankly0 on January 12, 2006 at 3:00 AM | PERMALINK

I traded liberty for security... and all I got was this lousy T-shirt.

Posted by: MillionthMonkey on January 12, 2006 at 3:17 AM | PERMALINK

Do the telecom lobbyists still have billboards up at Reagan International?

What losers. Just buy the congressmen a boat or something already.

Posted by: Jack on January 12, 2006 at 3:25 AM | PERMALINK

Keven that was a fine example of the difference between Republicans and Democrats.

Dem gets caught with his hand in the cookie jar, admits he was wrong, apologizes, and (most importantly) stops stealing cookies.

Rethug gets caught denies it and then blames the Dem while continuing to steal cookies in plain sight.

Posted by: joe on January 12, 2006 at 3:56 AM | PERMALINK

Delay is a felon. If he gets away, I will take care of him.

Posted by: Jimm on January 12, 2006 at 3:56 AM | PERMALINK

At least someone is making an effort. Keep up the good work mate......Way to go...

Posted by: kevin on January 12, 2006 at 4:49 AM | PERMALINK

"This is like Joe Blow Pizza Parlor Manager, or, I don't know, Insect Terminator, just decided to take his non-existent rules of correct organizational behavior and impose it on the largest, most complex institution in the entirety of world history, namely the American government."

The social backbone of fascism has always been the small businessman. However, it can't succeed unless better-educated wealthier classes acquiesce in the crude brutality of a Hitler or a Delay. The despicable course of recent American political history is more the fault of supine Republican moderates than it is of the shattered Democratic opposition.

For example, there are enough pro-choice Republican senators to derail Alito, but where they will be when the vote--which is for all intents and purposes to overturn Roe--is taken? Like the Junkers, traditional corporate Republicans have created and embraced a monster.

K Street is Crystalnacht.

Posted by: Steve High on January 12, 2006 at 5:11 AM | PERMALINK

Delay is a felon. If he gets away, I will take care of him.

Posted by: Jimm on January 12, 2006 at 3:56 AM | PERMALINK

Death threats! More liberalism.

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K Street is Crystalnacht.

Posted by: Steve High on January 12, 2006 at 5:11 AM | PERMALINK

So which group did they persecute for perceived weatlh?

Posted by: McA on January 12, 2006 at 5:22 AM | PERMALINK

Look at meeeeeeeeeeeee!!!

Posted by: McA on January 12, 2006 at 5:44 AM | PERMALINK

Has anybody visited BILLMON today?

He has a well-documented piece on just how "bi-partisan" this scandal really is.

NOT.

http://www.billmon.org/

Posted by: dsc on the plateau on January 12, 2006 at 7:07 AM | PERMALINK

By the way, the K Street Project has its own website if you're interested in checking it out. It's entirely "non-partisan" of course....

Oh goody, then your self-proclaimed moderate girl friend that demanded links from you and you gave in and decided to read her everyday Ann Althouse will undoubtedly approve.

Posted by: jerry on January 12, 2006 at 7:21 AM | PERMALINK

One curious thing is being omitted here.
I seem to remember some less that saintly fundraising that took place in the White House the last time a Democrat was in office. You could even say the current split in roles between Dems and Repubs was exactly the opposite. At least it seemed that way to me.
Remember shady Asian fundraisers who fled the country? Remember envelopes stuffed with checks? Remember huge breakfast meetings which Bill Clinton always attended? Remember talking heads opining that sure, Bush and Reagan did this, but Clinton took it to a whole new level of sleazyness?

It seems that the Republicans saw Clinton's success, and decided to emulate it.
At least, it sure seems that way to me.

Posted by: rhinoman on January 12, 2006 at 7:29 AM | PERMALINK

I like your horn.

Posted by: rhinogirl on January 12, 2006 at 7:57 AM | PERMALINK

I like it too.

Posted by: chinese aphrodisiac on January 12, 2006 at 8:01 AM | PERMALINK

rhinoman, offensively to some, reminds us of history. I'll add a couple more, bipartisanly, since the Post story was pretty brief on recent history.

1. The Clinton WH sleepovers
2. The flights with Ron Brown
3. The $100,000 republican "club" in which those who donated 100 K received special access to just about any Republican legislator. I forget the name they used for this. But it most definitely smacked of pay to play.
4. The shakedown phone calls from just about all legislators to campaign "contributors".
5. The scandal involving the indian tribe and Al Gore's old friend/campaign staffer who, I seem to recall, was named Peter Knight.

Although I will definitely side with those who say that this latest scandal is heavily weighted toward the Republican side, the problem is just way too damned endemic to suggest that it is only their problem.

Posted by: lou on January 12, 2006 at 8:16 AM | PERMALINK

I remember the Finnish papers' commentaries on the Black Tie and Boots Ball in 2001. Apparently, the Nokia attendees had to pony up $50,000 like the other corporate sponsors. In exchange, they knew they were buying access. It was portrayed at the time as a necessary cost of doing business. Kind of gives their slogan "Connecting People" a new twist.

Posted by: kostya on January 12, 2006 at 8:34 AM | PERMALINK

Are the elected Democrats up to proposing and pushing real reforms or do they accept the Gingrich and DeLay revolution and hope to emulate the K-Street project if they win back the house or senate in the fall?

Posted by: Ron Byers on January 12, 2006 at 9:06 AM | PERMALINK

We always blame the lobbyists for the greed in Washington, but we should also point the finger at members of Congress. Anyone who has worked for a special interest group PAC can tell you stories of being "shaken down" by a congressman or senator: "We're having a fundraiser Thursday night, bring a check for x dollars or you will never set foot in our office again." That kind of thing. Only the Mafia does a better job of that.

Posted by: D. Read on January 12, 2006 at 9:36 AM | PERMALINK

People must not have been too concerned about Bentsen's faux pas. The Dems did, after all, put him up for Vice President the very next year. I don't remember it being an issue in that campaign at all. It was really just a prequel to the Jim Wright Book Club fiasco.

Posted by: rvman on January 12, 2006 at 9:39 AM | PERMALINK

It was really just a prequel to the Jim Wright Book Club fiasco

which itself was a prequel to Newt's book troubles.

Posted by: cleek on January 12, 2006 at 9:46 AM | PERMALINK

Delay reminds me of the con men who promote schemes to keep from paying the IRS a single cent Clinton's success, and decided to emulate it.
At least, it sure seems that way to me.

Posted by: fredrik on January 12, 2006 at 10:00 AM | PERMALINK

Hmmm.

A "whois kstreetproject.com" comes up with the name, Matthew Braynard. A little googling produces an organization called the "Braynard Group" (can one person be a group?).

It looks to be some sort of Republican polling and/or PR firm.

Doesn anyone else have any better information?

Posted by: Jim Ramsey on January 12, 2006 at 10:15 AM | PERMALINK

Someone recently said (roughly): politicians don't seek out corruption. Corruption seeks out power, and the American people have allowed power to grow in our government. The only thing that will limit corruption is limiting power. Let me see: republicans came to power in 1994 vowing smaller government and less power. They have been in power in Congress for most of the last ten years. Government has grown faster than under Lyndon B. Johnson. Bush has yet to veto a bill, and each bill is laced with pork. the more money Congress doles out, the more "power" it has, and the more corruption seeks it out. Strike out for the republicans. Their K Street Project is an abject failure when it comes to reducing corruption and government.
Democrats, of course, have already proven over the decades that they have no idea how to limit power and thus corruption.
We have a country with two parties, and each seeks out more money and more power, leading to more corruption. What is the answer? you do the math.

Posted by: Chris on January 12, 2006 at 10:19 AM | PERMALINK

Edsell uses the "barbarians at the gate" trope to describe the changing lobbyist/congress relationship. "Borg" seems more accurate

Posted by: David on January 12, 2006 at 10:20 AM | PERMALINK

I am embarrassed that the Democratic party has yet to produce a meaningful reform agenda that will clean house and get the lobbyists out of Washington. Their tacktic seems to let Congress go to s***, and then carpet-bag the House, wizened to the successes of the Repulican strategists, and eager to pick the poisened fruits of it.

I'm beginning to feel that the only reason the Democratic party doesn't like the K-street project is because they never got a cut.

Posted by: Jon Karak on January 12, 2006 at 10:25 AM | PERMALINK

Karak: democrats are jsut as bad as Republicans. While the parties try to position themselves on "superfifical" subjects that galvanize the base on each side, they quietly are both doing the same thing: increasingly destroying what we have here in the US: a government of and for and by the people. Voters are swayed to vote left or right by the arguments that are partially created by each party to differentiate it from the other party. But both are corrupt. We have a dictatorship of the two party system. there is no viable alternative in this country. Good luck to us.

Posted by: Chris on January 12, 2006 at 10:30 AM | PERMALINK

I think some of the commentors here are missing the gigantic elephant in the room with this issue. The K Street project is unprecedent in it's scale and near total control of lobbying.

Nothing any previous Democrat, or for that matter, Republican Congressmember has even approached it.

So any comparisons to the Clinton administration, or any other administration, are misleading at best and propaganda aimed at obscuring the reality of the situation, most likely.

Posted by: Dr. Morpheus on January 12, 2006 at 10:36 AM | PERMALINK

Corruption seeks out power, and the American people have allowed power to grow in our government. The only thing that will limit corruption is limiting power.
Ya, what did PJ O'Roarke say

Giving money and power to government is like giving whiskey and car keys to teenagers
We got what we asked for.

Posted by: conspiracy nut on January 12, 2006 at 11:14 AM | PERMALINK

What I would like to see is a non-partisan group of Elder Statesmen coming out and stating that the entire congress is corrupt. After all, Lloyd Bentsen's breakfast club was a terrible scandal, and today, that happens every single day.

Corrupt.

Posted by: POed Liberal on January 12, 2006 at 11:16 AM | PERMALINK

We got what we asked for.

I agree. You REPUKELISCUM asked for corruption, venality, pay for play, bribery to get votes, and that is what we have.

This is a REPUKELISCUM scandal, and you REPUKELINAZIs are getting what you have asked for.

Glad you recognize the maggots in your own skull.

Posted by: POed Liberal on January 12, 2006 at 11:18 AM | PERMALINK

Hey! Ahnuld's going to get a cut of the same money too.

Posted by: J Bean on January 12, 2006 at 11:40 AM | PERMALINK

It seems to me that corrupt Democrats are fundamentally less dangerous than corrupt Republicans. Who owns Democrats? Labor, enviros, bleeding hearts. Give those folks everything they dream of and it will still cost a comparative pittance (well, OK, not universal health care). Republicans, on the other hand, are beholden to massive, hungry industries who want ginormous government contracts and free reign from legal restrictions and are willing to pay (bribe) through the nose to get them. Not that there aren't pro-business Democrats, but the people with the money are always going to send the big bucks to the don't tax/deregulate/and spend like crazy crowd on the right side of the fence.
I think recent history pretty much bears this out.

Posted by: Curious on January 12, 2006 at 11:58 AM | PERMALINK

With the help of the k Street project the Republicans have reduced the government to a bureaucracy doing the governing for the benefit of big money.

There has been no legislation for the benefit of the people in the last 5 years or longer.

And they are not finished yet.

Posted by: Renate on January 12, 2006 at 12:05 PM | PERMALINK

This is a REPUKELISCUM scandal, and you REPUKELINAZIs are getting what you have asked for.

I'm sorry, does anyone here actually find this sort of thing funny, or insightful, or constructive? Honest to God, the comments on this site reads like Free Republic sometimes - same quality of debate, same level of maturity, same command of English.

Posted by: neoliberal on January 12, 2006 at 12:22 PM | PERMALINK

We have to hold these guys to their word when President H.R. Clinton uses this authority. And they start to howl.

Posted by: zak822 on January 12, 2006 at 12:42 PM | PERMALINK

Sign in front of Whitehouse: For Sale.So true.

Posted by: scott on January 12, 2006 at 1:43 PM | PERMALINK

Curious: Corrupted good guys are more dangerous than corrupted bad guys. Democrats' natural inclination is to vote 'liberal', so if vote and access are being bought, it is at cost of a vote which would have gone the liberal way otherwise. A Republican's vote would probably be the 'wrong' way, anyway. So if you are liberal, you should view corrupt Dems as worse, at least for you.

If the money goes to someone who was going to vote that way anyway, nothing was bought, and the 'corruption' is at best a technical violation of rules, not a crime against democracy.

In the event, both sides do this, and Wright(D), Gingrich(R), DeLay(R) suggest that it is the fast track to Party leadership. Not just the House, either - anyone remember the Keating 5? (4 democrats and 1 republican, for those keeping score) Traficant? Torricelli? the "Post Office"?

There are very few high-profile 'clean' politicians, for the simple reason that it is hard to rise through the ranks if you don't spread around the cash to the campaigns of the people who have to choose you for Party leadership. Getting that much money without fudging a bit on the rules would be nearly impossible.

Posted by: rvman on January 12, 2006 at 2:13 PM | PERMALINK

I'm sorry, does anyone here actually find this sort of thing funny, or insightful, or constructive?

not me.

but then again, i think capital letters are ostentatious.

Posted by: cleek on January 12, 2006 at 3:12 PM | PERMALINK

Sign in front of Whitehouse: For Sale.
That isn't limited to the White House. linky

Posted by: conspiracy nut on January 12, 2006 at 4:26 PM | PERMALINK

That isn't limited to the White House.

...the key phrase in c.n's link, of course, being "Abramoff's lobbying, and political contributions from Abramoff, the tribes that hired him, and SunCruz Casinos, since 1999."

Abramoff himself gave no money to Democrats. His corruption was, and is, 100% owend by the Republicans.

Posted by: Gregory on January 12, 2006 at 4:53 PM | PERMALINK


##Here is a detailed look at Abramoff's lobbying, and political contributions from Abramoff, the tribes that hired him, and SunCruz Casinos, since 1999.##


hey c-n....

since abramoff is the only one of the 3-entities that appears to have broken the law...

certainly the only one who pled guilty...

do you have a list of who abramoff...specifically

gave money to?

Posted by: thisspaceavailable on January 12, 2006 at 5:03 PM | PERMALINK

do you have a list of who abramoff...specifically gave money to?
No, but there's a link to it in one of the other threads.

Posted by: conspiracy nut on January 12, 2006 at 5:22 PM | PERMALINK

do you have a list of who abramoff...specifically gave money to?

John Aravosis at Americablog has it. Go to:

http://americablog.blogspot.com/2006/01/what-was-that-about-abramoff-giving.html

Here's an excerpt from John:

Here is the list of who Abramoff gave money to, per Michael Petrelis' research:
$172,933 - Republican
$88,985 - special interest
total: $261,918
That's 229 donations and not a DIME to Democrats.

The list of donations is long, but it makes a great visual, so I'm posting it anyway. Next time you hear someone say that this is a bipartisan scandal, whip out this list and laugh.

This comes from Newsmeat.com, they have all the FEC data. I just counted, and I think this list of GOP donors and organizations is around 15 feet long. Someone on our side REALLY needs to print out this list and get in front of a camera. Hell, every single one of our pundits should have this list with them on TV and just roll it out on the table.

Posted by: Stefan on January 12, 2006 at 6:11 PM | PERMALINK

...the key phrase in c.n's link, of course, being "Abramoff's lobbying, and political contributions from Abramoff, the tribes that hired him, and SunCruz Casinos, since 1999."

The Indian tribes were Abramoff's victims, the ones that he fleeced and stole money from. So to county contributions from the tribes as contributions from Abramoff is dishonest and misleading. It's lumping the victim along with the victimizer.

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