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I know there's a lot of bashing on both sides, but this guy was tied into the federal Savings and Loan scandal of the 80's! Who remembers this and could provide further details? The guy seems earnest and straightforward enough, but with something like this looming over him, how can people completely trust him?
Link please... **snicker** Edit: Hey, I find alot of things comical that have nothing whatsoever to do with the question or you. Besides, I snicker at alot of things. Seriously, it's nothing personal. Oh, and BTW I never thought you were a kid.
No it occured the style of long term in the past maximum people flat out won't care. I recommend look at 9-11, that became 7 years in the past and the time-honored public do not think of approximately terror any further. reliable luck getting people to care approximately something that occured in the 80's. Do i think of Oboma can get some ammo to apply on McCain, particular a hundred years in Iraq is a robust initiate, yet not the Keating 5.
Yes. The man's name was Keating and he donated over $100,000 to McCain's election campaigns. McCain was implicated by the Democrat-run congress in what is called the "Keating 5". That is McCain + 4 Democrats. The issue was McCain attending 2 meetings (1 in pennsylvania and, I believe, 1 in CA). The meetings were intended to address supposed unfair treatment towards Keating by the SEC. McCain had received 2 letters from highly respected authorites (1 being Alan Greenspan, I forget the other) who both indicated they believed the SEC was being unfair to Keating. However, McCain claims he never even spoke at either meeting, just listened. After the meetings he realized the gist of it was they were trying to bend the rules for Keating, and McCain immediately disassociated with the other 4. Senate hearings found McCain guilty of "poor judgement" (censured) for having attended the meetings. 3 of the other 4 went down and ended their political careers. The last was astronaut John Glenn who was given the same censure as McCain.
Let's not forget McCain's best friend Phil Gramm, famous recently for calling the American people suffering from a miserably economy "whiners" but his actual past is much more sordid. He was one of the main players in deregulating the energy industry, allowing the Enron disaster to happen, and he was also one of the main players who helped deregulate the banking industry, directly leading to the subprime mortgage crisis and perhaps the recession. And this is the guy McCain gets his economic advice from.
There were 5 senators/congressmen involved in the keating S and L scandal. After an FBI investigation, the ethics committee of the Senate and the Department of Justice concluded that, of all of them, only McCain was free of committing a crime or being corrupt. He did admit to being duped and using poor judgement by trying to help a constituent.
He has ties to the present mortgage crisis too: 1. He voted for the Commodities Modernization Act (a.k.a. The Enron Loophole). 2. Phil Gramm, his senior economic advisor, wrote the Commodities Modernization Act. 3. He opposed closing the Enron loophole and argued against policies aimed at curbing predatory lending practices. 4. When Gramm first joined his campaign, he was lobbying against state laws aimed at curbing predatory lending practices.
McCain was completely cleared of any wrongdoing at both the state level as well as by Senate investigators.
Nope. You can bet that as the election draws nearer, Americans are going to get an eye-ful of McCain's involvement over the scandal and how McCain became a maverick ONLY after nearly escaping prosecution over the matter.
There's nothing "looming" over John McCain. *LOL* Let's talk Rezko, Wright, Saul Alinsky, and a host of others. Now those are "looming", but not over McCain.
He wasn't charged with anything. And there were 4 Dems involved besides. So,how does that make your case for a Dem better.
Has everyone forgotten that Barack Hussein Obama is racial? Hussein running America, c'mon. He is as crooked as they come. Let's vote American!