Thursday, April 14, 2011

Florida U.S. Senator Bill Nelson wants to appeal to the million dollars that Bacardi could give him in 2012

S. 603 -- Cuban Trademarks. A bill that would modify Section 211 of the Department of Commerce and Related Agencies Appropriations Act of 1999, 101(b) Pub. L. 105-277, 112 Stat. 2681-88 that denies protection to the trademarks of businesses seized by the Cuban government. (Sen. Nelson, D-FL; introduced 3/16/2011; referred to the Committee on the Judiciary)

JG: Bill Nelson, like Barack Obama and Marco Rubio, are professional Cuba haters. I will not waste my vote on any of the three. It is obvious that Nelson is looking for a "contribution" from Bacardi, the manufacturer of a fake Havana Club.

If you go to Thomas and read S. 603, you will see that it does not have the word 'Cuba' in it, but it is very clear that Nelson is trying to help Bacardi. Another example of a Democratic Party U.S. Senator trying to help a huge corporation in exchange for a "contribution."

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