"Horrible!... Latest NY Times McCain Hit Piece Is Entirely False
The only thing accurate in the latest New York Times hit piece on the McCain-Palin Camp is the name of McCain's campaign manager- Rick Davis.At least they got his name right.The McCain-Palin Camp responded to the latest smear:
Today the New York Times launched its latest attack on this campaign in its capacity as an Obama advocacy organization. Let us be clear about what this story alleges: The New York Times charges that McCain-Palin 2008 campaign manager Rick Davis was paid by Freddie Mac until last month, contrary to previous reporting, as well as statements by this campaign and by Mr. Davis himself. In fact, the allegation is demonstrably false. As has been previously reported, Mr. Davis separated from his consulting firm, Davis Manafort, in 2006. As has been previously reported, Mr. Davis has seen no income from Davis Manafort since 2006. Zero. Mr. Davis has received no salary or compensation since 2006. Mr. Davis has received no profit or partner distributions from that firm on any basis -- weekly, bi-weekly, monthly, bi-monthly, quarterly, semi-annual or annual -- since 2006. Again, zero. Neither has Mr. Davis received any equity in the firm based on profits derived since his financial separation from Davis Manafort in 2006. Further, and missing from the Times' reporting, Mr. Davis has never -- never -- been a lobbyist for either Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac. Mr. Davis has not served as a registered lobbyist since 2005. Not just that... But, the facts in the report are a matter of public record.Look for the Old Gray Lady to make a correction 2 months from now on a Saturday."(gatewaypundit.com)
John McCain attempted to pass legislation to reform mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac back in 2005 but was blocked by Dems.
President Bush publicly called for GSE reform 17 times in 2008 alone and the Democratic Congress ignored him.