Obama camp- McCain and Keating Documentary

Originally posted 2015-10-11 09:13:40. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

So I check my emails today and I have this email from the Obama camp..

John McCain wants you to forget about his role in our country’s last major financial crisis and costly bailout: the savings and loan crisis of the late ’80s and early ’90s.

But voters deserve to know that the failed philosophy and culture of corruption that created the savings and loan crisis then are alive in the current crisis — and in John McCain’s plans for our economic future.

We just released a short documentary about John McCain’s role in that financial crisis — watch it now and share it with your friends:

http://my.barackobama.com/keatingvideo

Voters should know the facts about John McCain’s poor judgment — judgment that has twice placed him on the wrong side of history.

Please forward this email to everyone you know.

So I figured I would share it with you…


Now, there is no question as to who we support on this site, but there is a question as to how we can overlook this situation and ponder a McCain presidency.
This is the message the campaign wants us to share with you all

Hey —

In the middle of the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression, John McCain wants to change the subject from the central question of this election.

Perhaps that’s because the policies McCain supported these past eight years are pretty hard to defend.

The Obama campaign put together a documentary about why John McCain’s failed philosophy and poor judgment are a recipe for deepening the crisis.

Watch the documentary now and share it with others:

http://my.barackobama.com/keatingvideo

Thanks

I don’t think I need to post any more of my posts about how McCain just is not the right fit for us right now. I need you all to stop voting blindly, simply because you have the “Republican” or “Democrat” label….

On “The View” the ladies battled over McCain’s poor judgment

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