Associated Press highlights Jeff Flake’s lobbying history for Namibian Uranium operation with ties to Iranby Dee Dee Garcia Blase on May. 14, 2012, under 2012 United states senate races, female-led political movement, Joaquin Luna DREAM Act, Women Voters
I have been writing about Jeff Flake “flaking” out on the DREAM Act vote in December 2010, and my money being on Richard Carmona who is a
moderate and seems to be a reasonable politician for the 2012 Arizona Senate elections race.
In my political activities I bumped into a Wil Cardone supporter at an Arizona library where I discovered Jeff Flake’s former Iranian lobbying activities. I was surprised to learn that Flake does not really understand the private sector because he has been a politician for far too long. I had no idea the Cardone supporter informed me, and so I wrote a little about it here.
To my surprise, I was glad to see the Associated Press do some investigative research on Jeff Flake’s uranium operation with ties to Iran (see below).
But as a result of the six-term congressman’s work as a lobbyist two decades ago for a Namibian uranium operation with ties to Iran, a GOP primary opponent and Democrats are portraying him as a Washington insider who should not get to succeed retiring Sen. Jon Kyl, R-Ariz.
Wil Cardone is Jeff Flake’s Republican opponent and is some sort of self-made wealthy businessman here in AZ, and it appears Wil Cardone’s approach is to retire Jeff Flake because Jeff has been living on the taxpayer dole for far too long.
As a registered Independent voter living in Arizona, I will definitely flake out on voting for Jeff. It will make me feel better since Flake flip-flopped on the DREAM Act vote of 2010.