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Democrats’ First Week: Hooked on Corruption
Responding to criticism over the weekend, Speaker Pelosi promised to amend the bill to include American Samoa. Bill Zachary, Chairman of W Ketchup, reacted: “Speaker Pelosi, who is reportedly worth between $30 and $100 million, promised to ‘drain the swamp that is in Washington.’ Apparently at the bottom of the swamp is the rotting stench of Democratic corruption.”
Del Monte Foods is the third largest producer of ketchup in the United States after Heinz and Hunts. In 2002, the H.J. Heinz Company acquired 75% of Del Monte Foods. Teresa Heinz, wife of failed Presidential Candidate John Kerry, reportedly controls up to $750 million of Heinz stock.
W Ketchup CEO Dan Oliver commented: “It’s not easy untangling the tentacles of influence that control the Democratic Party, but last week’s vote revealed that Pelosi’s efforts to reform Congress have already floundered. ‘Big Tuna’ Pelosi may have flip-flopped after being snagged by the press, but it shows she’s already hooked on corruption. Unlike other leading brands, which fish for favors in Washington, we at W Ketchup focus on making delicious ketchup that all Americans can enjoy, and W Ketchup is also the only ketchup that supports the Freedom Alliance Scholarship Fund.”
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