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Friday, August 5, 2011

Donald Rumsfeld on ALEC

From the ALEC 1983 Annual Report

"On behalf of the members of the ALEC Business Polity Board, I can express a deep sense of pride in the many accomplishments of the American Legislative Exchange Council. I look forward to seeing the ALEC Business Policy Board grow and expand because I know that, through this special partnership with ALEC and its leaders across the country, we can accomplish the common goals of a healthy economy and a productive America."

—Donald H. Rumsfeld President, G.D. Searle & Co. Chicago, Illinois;  Chairman of the Board ALEC Business Policy Board
He has served as a Member of Congress, Secretary of Defense, NATO Ambassador, and most recently as the Special Representative of the President of the United States for the Middle East.


Some things just need to be shared with a larger audience.
If this doesn't scare you - it .......................should - think about it!


Also from the 1983 Annual Report
ALEC serves as the coordinator between state policymakers, corporate government affairs officers, and White House and Intergovernmental Liaison personnel. ALEC has played a highly visible role in the advancement of the Federalism concept, and has worked closely with the White House and Agency Intergovernmental Affairs offices.

Many ALEC members hold positions on national committees and commissions. ALEC Board Member and former ALEC National Chairman, Idaho Speaker of the House Tom Stivers, chaired thejudicial and Regulatory Reform Subcommittee of the President's Advisory Committee on Federalism. Immediate Past Chairman, Senator Donald E. Lukens serves as Chairman of the President's Export Council's Subcommittee on Export Administration.

President Reagan appointed ALEC's Executive Director Kathleen Teague to serve on the Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations.

Some things just need to be shared with a larger audience.
If this doesn't scare you - it .......................should - think about it!

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