Will Wall Street’s Fiscal-Economic wows; help or hinder McCain’s quest to the White House?

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McCain’s Campaign Staff consist lobbyist such as: Former Senator of Texas Phil Graham (Enron, MCI scandal, and deregulation of the banking/mortgage industries crises); Charlie Black (War profiteering American Companies); Carli Furina (walked away with 44 million, after ruining Hewlett Packard); Rick Davis (best known for his Swift boating ads during the 2000 GOP Primaries; “John McCain has a black baby”); Karl Rove (need I saw more) and lastly McCain’s association with the Keaton Five (American taxpayers are still paying for the Savings and Loan scandal).

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    LEGGY-ER BLONDE
    April 30, 2011 at 12:04 am

    It will help if people see Obama is up to his eyeballs with Fanny & Freddy money…no hope, no change.

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    squidbilly50
    April 30, 2011 at 12:21 am

    Hinders, the last week is the dying cry of Reaganomics in action, the suckers had their way for 25 years and this is what the brought us, McCain was a foot soldier of the Ideology and will suffer as a result, from Keating to AIG McCain’s ideas have proven worn, unethical and not in the Country’s best interest, Good by Neocons, hello Progressives

    Also the leggy blonde might not want to open that little pandora’s box given the FACTS of the matter

    26 MCCAIN ADVISORS & FUNDRAISERS LOBBIED FOR Fannie Mae Or Freddie Mac
    11 OF THEM LOBBY RIGHT NOW
    SIXTEEN FANNIE MAE LOBBYISTS (SIX CURRENTLY LOBBYING)
    1. Wayne L Berman, National Finance Co-Chair*
    2. Aquiles Suarez, Economic Advisor
    3. John Green, Capitol Hill Liaison
    4. Dan Crippen, Health Care Policy Adviser
    5. AB Culvahouse, VP Selection
    6. Kirk Blalock, Young Professionals for McCain National Chair*
    7. Kate Hull, Young Professionals for McCain Fundraiser *
    8. Aleix Jarvis, Bundler*
    9. Kirsten Chadwick, Bundler*
    10. Richard Hohlt, Bundler*
    11. Tom Loeffler, Bundler, Former General Chairman, National Finance Chair
    12. Nicholas Calio, Bundler
    13. Alberto Cardenes, Bundler
    14. Michael Kennedy, Bundler
    15. Peter Madigan, Bundler
    16. Alison McSlarrow, Bundler
    *currently lobbying (as of 7/31/08, no termination filed)
    10 FREDDIE MAC LOBBYISTS (FIVE CURRENTLY LOBBYING)
    1. Charlie Black, Senior advisor, Bundler
    2. Bill Timmons Sr., Senior advisor for transition*
    3. Carlos Bonilla, Former Economic Advisor*
    4. Mark Buse, Senate Chief of Staff
    5. David Crane, Senior Policy Adviser
    6. Al D’Amato, Bundler*
    7. Melissa Edwards, Young Professionals for McCain Fundraiser*
    8. Susan Molinari, Women for McCain Steering Committee*
    9. Juleanna Glover Weiss, Bundler
    10. Don Sundquist, Tennessee Co-Chair
    *currently lobbying (as of 7/31/08, no termination filed)

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    Aklam M
    April 30, 2011 at 1:11 am

    Phil will be coming out next and telling us its a mental meltdown of the economy we are just imagining it

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    The Constitutionalist
    April 30, 2011 at 1:58 am

    The Federal government’s involvement in the private industry to the extent that they are, will hinder the public trust in the near future to come. It doesn’t matter which party is in control of the Congress, it really matters that Congress needs to be concerned about the American citizens, and our general welfare. Due to lobbyists, special interest groups, and private industries, the American people are being left behind. Our government is no longer concerned about our interest, but those who can give them money to get re-elected.

    How does spending the taxpayers’ money to bail out these large corporations, while their CEO’s walk away with millions of dollars, help the American people?

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    stackoladan
    April 30, 2011 at 2:49 am

    They will hinder his quest to the White House. We must look at this logically. McCain is a part of the problem. He has been a champion of deregulation. Now all of a sudden he is for regulation. These businesses have gone largely unregulated. They have been able to be run in a corrupt and overly aggressive manner. That is the reason for their downfall. Now we the American taxpayers must pay for this $ 700 billion bail out. If the government had the wisdom of Obama, wise government regulation, then this mess may have been avoided. Due to McCain being a part of the problem, I believe voters will recognize that and not vote for him. His 159 or so lobbyists working on his campaign won’t help him either.

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