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Flashback to the last big taxpayer bailout of unrestrained Republican greed?

September 19th, 2008 | by Steve O |

Can you guess who the two men are in the picture below?

Just in case you cannot guess, here is a screen shot of a Google search.

I wonder who made those two things show up at the top of such a search?. One more hint; Earlier today one of the men in the picture above blamed Obama for all of Washington’s problems yet only one of the men in the picture above was in the Senate and “involved” when the last big taxpayer bailout of unrestrained Republican greed occurred.

Give up yet?

(Hint to Obama; I know a few Democrats were taken down in the above suggested scandal but it doesn’t mean you cannot use this to hang McCain. Yes, the politics were the same old, same old but you are about change. You were about change way before you know who (pictured above) decided they were about change. Time to take the gloves off buddy and show us change!!!!)

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  1. 2 Responses to “Flashback to the last big taxpayer bailout of unrestrained Republican greed?”

  2. By steve on Sep 19, 2008 | Reply

    Um… McCain was cleared of wrong doing…

    From wiki:

    The Ethics Committee ruled that the involvement of McCain in the scheme was also minimal, and he too was cleared of all charges against him.[25][24] McCain was criticized by the Committee for exercising “poor judgment” when he met with the federal regulators on Keating’s behalf.[6] The report also said that McCain’s “actions were not improper nor attended with gross negligence and did not reach the level of requiring institutional action against him….Senator McCain has violated no law of the United States or specific Rule of the United States Senate.”[28] On his Keating Five experience, McCain has said: “The appearance of it was wrong. It’s a wrong appearance when a group of senators appear in a meeting with a group of regulators, because it conveys the impression of undue and improper influence. And it was the wrong thing to do.”[6]

    Fair and balanced…

  3. By steve on Sep 19, 2008 | Reply

    Four of the five were Democrats, not just a few of the five. Christ get your revisionist history correct.

    I just searched Keating Five in the Google and don’t see the same screen shot.

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