Thursday, September 18, 2008

You Need To Pay For That

lovingly lifted, somewhat, from "World Net Daily:

NEW YORK – Campaign contributions from Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac made to Barack Obama may backfire if the Democratic presidential hopeful wages an aggressive campaign to cast blame on rival John McCain and the Republicans in Congress for the mortgage-related losses that forced the U.S. Treasury to take over the quasi-governmental mortgage giants.
A review of Federal Election Commission records back to 1989 reveals Obama in his (less than) three complete years in the Senate is the second largest recipient of Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae campaign contributions, behind only Sen. Christopher Dodd, D-Conn., the powerful chairman of the Senate banking committee. Dodd was first elected to the Senate in 1980, 28 years ago.
( #1- Dodd, over 28 years, #2- Obama over less than three years)

In the aftermath of the U.S. government takeover, attention has focused on three Democrats with close ties to Obama who served as Fannie Mae executives: Franklin Raines, former Clinton administration budget director; James Johnson, former aide to Democratic Vice President Walter Mondale; and Jamie Gorelick, former Clinton administration deputy attorney general.

Each of these men also presently act as "economic and/or housing advisors" to the Obama campaign for the presidency (assisted by the Leftist/Socialist Congress we presently have).

All of which coincides nicely, very nicely, with the way that community organizer Barack Obama chose to follow when he became an Illinois state senator: He co-authored a bill which required the federal government (US) to subsidize the slums of Chicago's southside, in order for the planners and builders of these eye sores there, to build them on the cheap, then reap the rental rewards for awhile, all the time neglecting the buildings, then getting off Scott Free from the responsibility of essential repairs.

Barack Obama will drive America into the dirt-- THE Dirt~! And make us all dirt poor by way of higher taxes to pay for all the mortgage housebailouts to come, in doing so.
But his close circle of friends, as well as himself (via the campaign donations and kickbacks) will profit handsomely.

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