Obama’s own campaign convicts him for Fannie Mae collapse

Wow this is this most tainted twisted story I have ever seen! The narrator should lose all credibility and his job (if he has one beyond being a shill for the campaign). The arguments layed out here absolutely set up Senator Obama for an investigation. The campaign contributions by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac implicateContinue reading “Obama’s own campaign convicts him for Fannie Mae collapse”

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Dear John…I hope we can work this out (page 2)

Continued from Page 1 Dear John… (Page 2) 2. I said I would get back to tax policy. I understand the fears about cutting taxes with the current deficits. But their are a few facts that I think are not being considered. First item is that tax rates are not the measure with which weContinue reading “Dear John…I hope we can work this out (page 2)”

Dear John: I hope we can work this out (page 1)

Dear John McCain, Please stop “I can reach across the isle” platitudes. Everyone knows you have and everyone understands. What you have to do is explain where you stand and where you believe Obama stands. Gov. Palin started on a few points but missed the clarity that is required to convert the undecided. It isContinue reading “Dear John: I hope we can work this out (page 1)”

O’reilly dead on for McCain campaign

McCain is losing on the economy because he is afraid to slam Bush. Don’t slam Bush, slam the financial meltdown and take a stand. O’bama and the media already admit that revenues are going to drop and that a recession is imminent. Their traditional answer of raising taxes to get “more revenue” is disastrous. AndContinue reading “O’reilly dead on for McCain campaign”

Advice from a supporter that is beginning to wane

I want the maverick back. Not the guy that talks about being a maverick and being bipartisan and bringing people together but the guy that IS. Don’t suspend your campaign and don’t phone it in. Continue stumping for the fact that you tried. You went there to try making sure that all parties were atContinue reading “Advice from a supporter that is beginning to wane”

Who is working for us and who is lining their pockets?

Let’s let the congressional record speak for itself.http://www.govtrack.us/congress/record.xpd?id=109-s20060525-16&bill=s109-190Note the “Reform act of 2005”. Comment dated May 25, 2006.The most significant statement… If Congress does not act, American taxpayers will continue to be exposed to the enormous risk that Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac pose to the housing market, the overall financial system, and the economyContinue reading “Who is working for us and who is lining their pockets?”