Do you see what happens, John McCain, when you declare war on your best buddy, the press?
Republican presidential nominee John McCain has not introduced any banking or housing bills in the 110th Congress, while Democratic rival Barack Obama has proposed five.
What happens is that they stop buffing your statue and start telling the truth about your lack of clothes.
McCain is the lead sponsor of 38 pieces of legislation during the 110th Congress, none of which have been referred to the Banking panel, according to a review of Thomas, a congressional website.
Obama has introduced 130 measures during this Congress. Four of Obama’s standalone bills fall within the Banking Committee’s jurisdiction.
Obama’s legislation calls for bolstering housing assistance for veterans, amending the Securities and Exchange Act of 1934 to provide shareholders with an advisory vote on executive compensation, halting mortgage transactions that promote fraud, authorizing local and state governments to crack down on companies that invest in Iran’s energy sector and authorizing a pilot program to prevent at-risk veterans from becoming homeless.
Seems like Barack Obama is looking out for po’ folk and veterans that are at risk of losing their homes. Mr. Johnny-come-lately McCain has no record of giving a crap about po’ folk and vets, nor of worrying about predatory loans and extreme executive pay.
Maybe if you had vetted your running mate, John McCain, you could have fired up your giant grill and made the press some cheeseburgers instead of declaring war on them. Maybe they would have kept to buffing your statue instead of blasting the truth out to the back row.
You should have vetted her.