Enron's Close Ties to Bush - ABC News
With the May 25 conviction of former Enron chief Kenneth Lay on and Clinton– and How They Did Not Prepare Me for George W. Bush. Lay, who President Bush affectionately referred to as "Kenny-boy" "President Bush's explanation of his relationship with Enron is at best a. biggest bills for George Bush's political ascent, Enron founder Kenneth Lay, has been The same jury that convicted Lay found Enron's former chief As governor and president, Bush maintained that intimate relationship.
He flew you around America on the Enron company jet, and for that favor you touched down on tarmac after tarmac to tell your fellow citizens that you were 'going to restore dignity to the White House, the people's house.
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Lay and Dick formed an 'energy task force' Operation Enduring Graft which put together the country's new 'energy policy. And guess who made out like bandits while 'trading' the energy California was in desperate need of?
Kenny Boy and Enron! No wonder Big Dick doesn't want to turn over the files about those special meetings with Lay! The list of Enron people on your payroll is impressive.
A former advisor at Enron! Who is Vinson and Elkins?
The law firm representing Enron! The top polluter in Texas.George W. Bush cries delivering eulogy for his father, George H.W. Bush (Full Eulogy)
Timothy Whitethe Secretary of the Army? A former vice-chair of Enron Energy! Zoellickyour Federal Trade Representative?
Bush's Enron Problem
Karl Roveyour main man at the White House? He owned a quarter-million dollars of Enron stock. And there's the aforementioned Mr. Didn't he tell you this? Didn't he mention this to you? They claim to have called your chief of staff, Andrew Cardand he said he didn't bother to inform you.
What does your mother-in-law think about these boys her daughter's husband consorts with? It also features the current and former President Bushes paying warm tributes to the departing executive.
Enron's Close Ties to Bush
George Bush senior tells Enron's then president Rich Kinder: I don't think anybody did more than you did to support George. You're too good a man. Ken Lay of the Enron Corp. Bush actually served as a lobbyist for Enron, telephoning the Argentine government to promote an Enron pipeline proposal. Lay has been a major contributor for Republican presidential candidate Texas Gov.
He was also a friend of the company's former chief executive Kenneth Lay, whom he referred to affectionately as "Kenny boy". But I was very close to George W. He was a supporter of Ann Richards in my run in And she had named him the head of the Governor's Business Council. And I decided to leave him in place, just for the sake of continuity.