8 thoughts on “Joe Lieberman Lobbies for Israel Aerospace Industries Without Registering as Foreign Agent – Tikun Olam תיקון עולם إصلاح العالم
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  1. Aipac pays the highest pensions( funded at 99% almost doubling the high executive salaries) and the regular staff receive 30% Benifits( double a reasonable and normal 13-15%). Over 45 salaries over 100 thousands..dozens at 3-4-5 hundreds of thousands…topped off at 1.2 millions for outgoing director Abe Foxman.
    I know these folks work tirelessly to support the Israel they love..but any casual observer might think of them as highly paid mercenaries.

  2. …I knew Joe Lieberman well, back in Hartford…and to think I would stand with him on Farmington Ave. in front of Eddies’s Mobil during campaign season…un-fippin’-believable. …he was a liberal democrat then, btw…if I saw him walking towards me today, I’d cross to the other side of the street…

  3. “ and promoting it…”
    That is your addition and it isn’t in the quote. If a consultant has to be registered as a foreign agent than… so does the milkman. Hey, without the milkman there won’t be coffee and we know what can happen then…

  4. I’m scratching my head on this one. Israel Aerospace Industries – North Africa – the company Lieberman is reported as working for – PAID a law firm but the lead is that Lieberman RECEIVED the money? What else is mixed up here?

    Searching the gov’t database, I found that Joe Lieberman is named in numerous FARA filings regarding meetings with registered agents. Apparently the registered agents have to file notes about who they talk to. If everybody they talked to and received/disbursed money from/to had to file as a registered agent, then the gov’t would be requiring taxi drivers and bellhops to register as foreign agents as well!

    1. @ Solomon2: You claim to have searched a “government database,” but couldn’t bother to figure out that the law firm paid by IAI is Lieberman’s law firm. Yes, of course he was paid the money through his law firm. That’s how these relationships work. So I repeat, Lieberman is a paid lobbyist by IAI who refuses to register as a lobbyist for a foreign entity, a violation of FARA.

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