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  1. posted on http://depictbooks.blogtownhall.com/
    PERSPECTIVE–OBAMA WHITE HOUSE STAFF for $100K
    Rachana Bhowmik, Director of Special Projects and Special Assistant to the Office of Obama’s Chief of Staff, who takes in $100,000 yearly salary was, in her past life, staff attorney, for the Center To Prevent Handgun Violence in Washington, D.C.

    In 2000, she was quoted in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette to interpret the second amendment as a means for state armies and not the right for individuals to own guns.
    Again, in a 2000 essay, “The Second Amendment Does Not Protect Private Gun Ownership,” she asserts:
    The Second Amendment poses no obstacle to reasonable gun control laws.
    There is nothing unconstitutional about waiting periods
    There is no constitutional right to access a gun whenever the urge strikes.
    There is no constitutional right to own a weapon without knowing proper safety procedures.
    There is no constitutional protection to purchase weapons without licensing and registration.
    Accordingly, that is what she thinks, but what does the Director of Special Projects and Special Assistant to the Office of The Chief of Staff actually do?

    Firearms Litigation Bio
    City of St. Louis v Cernicek 1999
    City of New York et al v. B.L. Jennings, Inc. et al 2000

    BEEN THERE DONE THAT

    Dag (Dagoberto) Vega Special Assistant to the President and Director of Broadcast Media who also takes in $100,000 yearly salary was, in his past life News Analysis (Clinton) spokesman (DNA), White House Director of Broadcast Media (Obama), Campaign Spokesman (Kerry-Edwards), Office Manager, Campaign Spokesman (Gore-Lieberman) Gore campaign’s Hispanic outreach coordinator, Office of the Press Secretary (Clinton), etc

    WHAT DAG DID/DOES FOR $100K

    New York Times 2011
    In the White House, for instance, Dag Vega, the director of broadcast media, and Amy Brundage and Reid Cherlin, both administration press officers (each take in $78K per year), all cut their teeth trolling for meaty early-morning news clips.

    Herald News 2004
    Still, the Vietnam veterans who have latched onto Kerry’s run have been have played an important, even vital, role in the campaign, said Dag Vega , spokesman for Kerry.

    Long Beach Press 2003
    More than anything, celebrities provide a character validation,” said Dag Vega, a spokesman for Kerry. “But as far as celebrities are concerned, we’ve definitely appreciated the support but so far we haven’t proactively sought it.”

    San Antonio Express-News 2000
    Gore campaign spokesman Dagoberto Vega said a quick check showed at least two visits (to Mexico) and that Gore also studied in Mexico as a teen-ager. “I think (Democratic) Vice President (Al) Gore has been to Mexico once in his vice presidency,” (border perspective to be brought to the office of the presidency)

    The Buffalo News 2000
    Gore spokesman Dagoberto Vega recently said, “I don’t think Catholic voters are single-issue voters.”

    The Wall Street Journal 2000
    Gore spokesman Dagoberto Vega courts TV news producers with three calls a week, e-mails press releases and speeches to more than 100 Spanish-language print reporters

    The Miami Herald 2000
    “[Gore] definitely thinks that government needs to get involved when it comes to protecting our children,” campaign spokesperson Dagoberto Vega told the E-Commerce Times. “Often he talks about creating red-light districts regarding sites that are inappropriate for children.”

  2. posted on http://depictbooks.blogtownhall.com/
    PERSPECTIVE–OBAMA WHITE HOUSE STAFF for $100K
    Rachana Bhowmik, Director of Special Projects and Special Assistant to the Office of Obama’s Chief of Staff, who takes in $100,000 yearly salary was, in her past life, staff attorney, for the Center To Prevent Handgun Violence in Washington, D.C.

    In 2000, she was quoted in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette to interpret the second amendment as a means for state armies and not the right for individuals to own guns.
    Again, in a 2000 essay, “The Second Amendment Does Not Protect Private Gun Ownership,” she asserts:
    The Second Amendment poses no obstacle to reasonable gun control laws.
    There is nothing unconstitutional about waiting periods
    There is no constitutional right to access a gun whenever the urge strikes.
    There is no constitutional right to own a weapon without knowing proper safety procedures.
    There is no constitutional protection to purchase weapons without licensing and registration.
    Accordingly, that is what she thinks, but what does the Director of Special Projects and Special Assistant to the Office of The Chief of Staff actually do?

    Firearms Litigation Bio
    City of St. Louis v Cernicek 1999
    City of New York et al v. B.L. Jennings, Inc. et al 2000

    BEEN THERE DONE THAT

    Dag (Dagoberto) Vega Special Assistant to the President and Director of Broadcast Media who also takes in $100,000 yearly salary was, in his past life News Analysis (Clinton) spokesman (DNA), White House Director of Broadcast Media (Obama), Campaign Spokesman (Kerry-Edwards), Office Manager, Campaign Spokesman (Gore-Lieberman) Gore campaign’s Hispanic outreach coordinator, Office of the Press Secretary (Clinton), etc

    WHAT DAG DID/DOES FOR $100K

    New York Times 2011
    In the White House, for instance, Dag Vega, the director of broadcast media, and Amy Brundage and Reid Cherlin, both administration press officers (each take in $78K per year), all cut their teeth trolling for meaty early-morning news clips.

    Herald News 2004
    Still, the Vietnam veterans who have latched onto Kerry’s run have been have played an important, even vital, role in the campaign, said Dag Vega , spokesman for Kerry.

    Long Beach Press 2003
    More than anything, celebrities provide a character validation,” said Dag Vega, a spokesman for Kerry. “But as far as celebrities are concerned, we’ve definitely appreciated the support but so far we haven’t proactively sought it.”

    San Antonio Express-News 2000
    Gore campaign spokesman Dagoberto Vega said a quick check showed at least two visits (to Mexico) and that Gore also studied in Mexico as a teen-ager. “I think (Democratic) Vice President (Al) Gore has been to Mexico once in his vice presidency,” (border perspective to be brought to the office of the presidency)

    The Buffalo News 2000
    Gore spokesman Dagoberto Vega recently said, “I don’t think Catholic voters are single-issue voters.”

    The Wall Street Journal 2000
    Gore spokesman Dagoberto Vega courts TV news producers with three calls a week, e-mails press releases and speeches to more than 100 Spanish-language print reporters

    The Miami Herald 2000
    “[Gore] definitely thinks that government needs to get involved when it comes to protecting our children,” campaign spokesperson Dagoberto Vega told the E-Commerce Times. “Often he talks about creating red-light districts regarding sites that are inappropriate for children.”

  3. posted on http://depictbooks.blogtownhall.com/
    PERSPECTIVE–OBAMA WHITE HOUSE STAFF for $100K
    Rachana Bhowmik, Director of Special Projects and Special Assistant to the Office of Obama’s Chief of Staff, who takes in $100,000 yearly salary was, in her past life, staff attorney, for the Center To Prevent Handgun Violence in Washington, D.C.

    In 2000, she was quoted in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette to interpret the second amendment as a means for state armies and not the right for individuals to own guns.
    Again, in a 2000 essay, “The Second Amendment Does Not Protect Private Gun Ownership,” she asserts:
    The Second Amendment poses no obstacle to reasonable gun control laws.
    There is nothing unconstitutional about waiting periods
    There is no constitutional right to access a gun whenever the urge strikes.
    There is no constitutional right to own a weapon without knowing proper safety procedures.
    There is no constitutional protection to purchase weapons without licensing and registration.
    Accordingly, that is what she thinks, but what does the Director of Special Projects and Special Assistant to the Office of The Chief of Staff actually do?

    Firearms Litigation Bio
    City of St. Louis v Cernicek 1999
    City of New York et al v. B.L. Jennings, Inc. et al 2000

    BEEN THERE DONE THAT

    Dag (Dagoberto) Vega Special Assistant to the President and Director of Broadcast Media who also takes in $100,000 yearly salary was, in his past life News Analysis (Clinton) spokesman (DNA), White House Director of Broadcast Media (Obama), Campaign Spokesman (Kerry-Edwards), Office Manager, Campaign Spokesman (Gore-Lieberman) Gore campaign’s Hispanic outreach coordinator, Office of the Press Secretary (Clinton), etc

    WHAT DAG DID/DOES FOR $100K

    New York Times 2011
    In the White House, for instance, Dag Vega, the director of broadcast media, and Amy Brundage and Reid Cherlin, both administration press officers (each take in $78K per year), all cut their teeth trolling for meaty early-morning news clips.

    Herald News 2004
    Still, the Vietnam veterans who have latched onto Kerry’s run have been have played an important, even vital, role in the campaign, said Dag Vega , spokesman for Kerry.

    Long Beach Press 2003
    More than anything, celebrities provide a character validation,” said Dag Vega, a spokesman for Kerry. “But as far as celebrities are concerned, we’ve definitely appreciated the support but so far we haven’t proactively sought it.”

    San Antonio Express-News 2000
    Gore campaign spokesman Dagoberto Vega said a quick check showed at least two visits (to Mexico) and that Gore also studied in Mexico as a teen-ager. “I think (Democratic) Vice President (Al) Gore has been to Mexico once in his vice presidency,” (border perspective to be brought to the office of the presidency)

    The Buffalo News 2000
    Gore spokesman Dagoberto Vega recently said, “I don’t think Catholic voters are single-issue voters.”

    The Wall Street Journal 2000
    Gore spokesman Dagoberto Vega courts TV news producers with three calls a week, e-mails press releases and speeches to more than 100 Spanish-language print reporters

    The Miami Herald 2000
    “[Gore] definitely thinks that government needs to get involved when it comes to protecting our children,” campaign spokesperson Dagoberto Vega told the E-Commerce Times. “Often he talks about creating red-light districts regarding sites that are inappropriate for children.”

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