Who dealt this (financial) mess, anyway?
http://h1.ripway.com/quietmc/mccain.htmThe links below will work if you get to the website listed above. Who dealt this mess anyway? (An old card players’ expression.)From the Washington Post:Mr. McCain was an early
Joseph Farah: My Bailout Plan
Let’s not put more money into the hands of those who created the problem. Let’s put the money into the hands of the people who were victimized. Why should the
Somebody wants an audit.
Orson Scott Card, Democrat author and journalist, “speaks truth to power” in this open letter to newspapers across the country. And boy, can that man speak. This housing crisis didn’t
Fannie Hired a Slew of Lobbyists to Block Regulations
Red State readers are by now well aware that John McCain was a cosponsor of legislation to impose new and tighter regulations on Fannie Mae, which passed the Senate Banking
On The Current Financial Crisis
There is no getting around it: Government is at fault. I recognize that this is an inconvenience to the arguments of some, but that is their problem, not mine.
Chris Dodd’s Show Trial
Senator Chris Dodd (D-FNMA) is convening a hearing of the Senate Banking Committee today, on the genesis of the current economic crisis. The odd thing about the hearing, as the
by Rose Pedenko and Tanya Simon There is a vaccine for nearly everything: typhus, influenza, polio, the pox – or so we thought. A new pestilence has reared its ravenous
Repost: McCain’s task tonight – no more Mr. “Bipartisan” on Fannie Mae & Freddie Mac
Bring up Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac repeatedly (don’t wait for the moderator to bring it up) and hit him (and his fellow Democrats) hard during tomorrow’s debate and the
OK, America—Who are You Really Mad at?
Jay Cost wrote in an excellent column that John McCain is a victim of the mortgage crisis. I believe that Cost is right, because the night before the mortgage crisis
, 2008 Election
, Barack Obama
, Business & Economy
, Fannie Mae
, Freddie Mac
, John McCain
, Mortgage Crisis
The Fannie Mae Contagion And Its Electoral Consequences
I can perfectly well understand why some politicians want to convince the public that they had nothing whatsoever to do with institutions like Fannie Mae, which played such a key
Why we need to stop talking about Ayers
Let me preface this post by noting that yes, I do believe Obama’s ties to Ayers are important. And yes, I think the relationship demonstrates, at best, poor judgement on
Democrat Fannie/Freddie Defense: LIE
The lamestream media has been doing a pretty good job of shielding Barack Obama and Congressional Democrats from blame in the current credit crisis. It’s therefore no surprise that when
Wall Street Journal: Shine a Light In Chris Dodd’s (D-CT) eyes!
We’ll get to that chain in a second, but read the article first: Dodd and Countrywide The Senator should take the witness stand Former Lehman Brothers CEO Dick Fuld was
Boehner wants ACORN rooted out of the Federal government.
House Minority Leader John Boehner today called for the complete decoupling of notorious Democratic ally ACORN from the federal government: “The latest allegations of voter registration fraud by ACORN are
McCain campaign attacking Fannie Mae in slideshow [UPDATED]
[UPDATE: If you read the Ambinder piece, you'll see that this was leaked to Marc: it's an internal document designed to make sure that the GOP's people are up to