J.D. Hayworth for National Grants Conferences
Let’s set the Wayback Machine for November 2007…
JAYE: “Hundreds of billions of dollars — wow. Well, forgive me if I sound like a skepic, because that’s a lot of money. It sounds too good to be true. Congressman, is it for real?”
HAYWORTH: “It is for real. Now look, I understand the skepticism, in part because President (Ronald) Reagan used to say the greatest contradiction ever uttered was, ‘I’m from the government, and I’m here to help.'”
Yes, we get a chuckle, too. Especially since the outfit J.D.’s shilling for “has faced criticism from multiple state attorneys general and Better Business Bureaus.” Seems they charged up to $1,200 for details about how to receive free government money.
Detail #1: The government doesn’t give free money to individuals.
We also get a chuckle from the outfit’s owner, Michael Milin, giving John McCain $9,400 in 2008. And how McCain’s spokesbot says Psychogeezer “recently has given the Milin money to charity.”
“Recently.” Like, just after the story broke?