Follow the Proposition Money

The California Voter Foundation has created a “Follow the Money” guide to November’s propositions. You can see the top 5 contributors, pro and con, to each ballot measure by going to their November 2010 General Election Guide and clicking on each Proposition number. Select “Follow the Money/Top 5 Donors” to see who are the major donors behind each ballot measure.

  3 comments for “Follow the Proposition Money

  1. October 19, 2010 at 6:16 pm

    Attention, – sheep who are about to be sheered, take a look at the top 5 investors for the No on Prop 23 campaign, $5 million from a Hedge Fund manager who is also the No on 23 Co-Chair, and at least $2 million from venture capitalists.
    They’re covering their bets. They’re betting that government subsidies, (your tax money), will pay for their investments in alternative energy schemes (wind & solar).

    If Prop 23 removes the government mandated alternative energy requirements the venture-capitalists will lose billions, thus they are willing to invest millions to defeat Prop 23.

    Carbon fees and carbon credits are financial instruments waiting to be turned into the next derivatives bubble. When the derivatives bubble pops the sucker tax payers will be called upon to bail out the Hedge Funds for truly noble cause of saving the environment.

    “Global Warming” isn’t about science; it’s about the money scam.

    Vote YES on Prop 23.

  2. MM
    October 20, 2010 at 5:13 pm

    @Robert Lauten:

    Yawn. ONE hedge fund manager does not a conspiracy make.

    • October 20, 2010 at 10:16 pm

      Thomas Steyer, the Hedge Fund guy, is also the “No on 23” Co-Chair.
      Scrool to “Con Prop 23 Investors”
      The Co-Chair is at the top of the list of Investors.

      Since Thomas Steyer is smart enough to have $5 million to invest, to cover his bet, then he’s probably smart enough to know that “Global Warming” is science fraud.

Comments are closed.