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McCain Forecloses Early
Published: March 29, 2008
I don’t see how anybody could deny that John McCain is a straight-talker. The country is terrified of economic collapse and he’s been sounding like Mr. Potter, the banker in “It’s a Wonderful Life.” You can’t get more forthright than that.

The theme for his mortgage speech this week was basically McCain to Homeowners: Drop Dead. It was, he said sternly, “not the duty of the government to bail out and reward those who act irresponsibly.” The good news, he noted, was that out of 80 million American homeowners, only 4 million are in the tank, while everybody else is “working a second job, skipping a vacation and managing their budgets” the way Countrywide Financial intended them to.

He did, however, leave the door open for some vague, amorphous, undefined aid to good homeowners, as opposed to irresponsible ones who ... did something irresponsible. Like taking that vacation.

McCain then suggested that the federal government ought to do something about getting regulations off the back of the financial markets and concluded with a call to reduce the corporate tax rate. It was not exactly a rallying cry for the masses.

But give the man credit for telling it like he thinks it is. So far, he’s only alienated the homeowners, retirees and vacation-takers.
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  Just more BUSH if he gets in the house...

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No surprise there. McCain's economic advisor is the father of predatory lending.

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    It's a shame the Republican primary ended so soon. McCain was declared
the winner after only winning about 1/3 of the vote. It's clear he has no
idea what side is up! Romney would have at least had a clue what to do
about the situation!
    It's not that McCain is a bad guy, he is just obviously unqualified for the
job. Hopefully a miracle will happen, McCain will admit he's unqualified and
let the convention nominate someone who is qualified. McCain could still
be Secretary of Defense but as president, he'd be a disaster.
    Unless things change, it looks like Barack or Hillary will get alot of
Republican votes! I would love to hear either one of them discuss what
to do about the exploding national debt caused by the shortfall in tax
revenue. Will they continue the usury system of printing up interest bearing
notes and bonds and selling them on the open market to cover the deficit,
or will they switch to a non-usury system of covering the deficit with non-
interest bearing US Notes and raising taxes to gradually retire them from
circulation, thereby saving the taxpayers billions in interest!
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Ameriquest lobbyists

New York Daily News
Key McCain advisors were lobbyists for shady lender
New York Daily News - 4 hours ago
John Green, the senator's chief liaison to Congress, and Wayne Berman, his national finance co-chairman, billed more than $720000 in lobbying fees from 2005 through last year to Ameriquest Mortgage through their lobbying firm, disclosure forms reviewed ...
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