What does the $2.2 Billion Big Labor spent on politicians buy labor bosses?

What does the $2.2 Billion Big Labor spent on politicians buy labor bosses?

BigGovernment.com reports that $2.2 Billion was spent by Big Labor during the last two election cycles from its forced-dues fed treasuries.  This by far exceed Big Labor's $1/2 Billion 20-year cumulative political contributions found at OpenSecrets.org. The big question: What does the $2.2 Billion Big Labor spent on politicians buy labor bosses?  The list is so extensive that it deserves a blog post of its own.  Please consider commenting with your own suggestions for the list that may be added to the upcoming related blog post. From BigGovernment.com: The [Professor Anthony Davies’ series of charts] represent dollars flowing to politicians from the “Top-100” special interest donors over the last 20 years.  [In Davies' chart Big Labor spent $500 million combined over a 20-year time period.] Further investigation reveals that the money represented on this chart is only the tip of the iceberg. According to the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL), Big Labor spent $2.2 Billion on political activities during the 2008 & 2010 election cycles alone — eclipsing by four times the 20-year $1/2 Billion from the chart. But, then no one should be shocked by this. You see Big Labor has special powers above all other special interests..