Thursday, January 15, 2009

Lobbying the Stimulus

There's been some great news coverage about lobbyists flooding Washington in an effort to get their pieces of the economic stimulus pie. Of course we're working on this ourselves.

While we're based in New York City, we have people in all the important places - and DC is a big one. Some of you may remember when one of our DC lobbyists came to New York to visit Eliot Spitzer.

You see, the whole registered lobbyist route is a sham and we don't waste our time with it. Congress and the Executive Branch are full of men. Nearly all of them are rich and horny. What do you think is more effective - a $2000 campaign contribution or a toot on the tooter?

So if you're the CEO of a large corporation and you want some stimulus, contact our lobbying practice at Dewey Cheatham & Howe. Cut us a corporate check for $100K and you'll easily bank $1M or more out of the trillions coming from Washington.

And we know times are tough. So while you're riding back to your office on the corporate jet, we'll have one of our "lobbyists" keep you comfortable. Now that's service with a smile.

But don't ask us for Tracey Brooks. She doesn't work for us.

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