Politico has the story of the appointment of Don Kent, currently a corporate lobbyist and previously a Bush administration legislative aide in the Department of Homeland Security. Before that Kent was a staffer for Oklahoma Republicans in the Senate and in the House.
Kent counseled corporations and other clients on strategy, policy and communications, particularly on issues related to the Homeland Security Department. He served as a lobbyist for Tyco International, AT&T, Advanced Micro Devices, UPS and other firms, according to Senate records.
Why isn't this surprising?
- Barry Orton