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Re: OT: How low can WorldCom stock go?
Hello, Tuesday, June 25, 2002, 8:27:12 PM, you wrote: RAD> I keep waiting for someone to ask the FTC, SEC, etc., exactly what they've RAD> been doing with their budgets for the past decade or so. Doesn't seem like RAD> anyone has been minding the store except members of congress collecting RAD> money from business interests with little, if any, attention to public RAD> interest. RAD> Enron was the number one contributor in the energy sector. Any bets on RAD> WorldCom in the telecom sector? In the 2002 Election cycle WorldCom has not cracked the top 20 to date: http://www.opensecrets.org/industries/contrib.asp?Ind=B09&Cycle=2002 They were #16 in the 2000 election cycle: http://www.opensecrets.org/industries/contrib.asp?Ind=B09&Cycle=2000 They also did not crack the top 20 in the 1998 election cycle: http://www.opensecrets.org/industries/contrib.asp?Ind=B09&Cycle=1998 I do find it interesting that Global Crossing was #1 in the 2000 election cycle, and is #2 to date in the 2002 election cycle. Not surprising, but interesting. Hope this helps, and hope that was not just a rhetorical question ;}. allan -- allan firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.allan.org