2008-05-23 / Letters

How Clinton And McCain Sabotaged Their Campaigns?

Dear Editor,

Presidential campaigns can never again be based on race bating, and distortions, or failure to keep campaign promises. Nor is there any excuse for a Senator like John McCain to have hired a campaign finance manager, who headed a firm paid $200,000 to give away one of the largest U.S. Defense contracts in U.S. History to France. I am outraged to tears, that these two members of the Armed Services Committee have betrayed America's trust, and spit on the U.S. Constitution and national security. What has happened to America that such prominent campaigns have been subjected to such un-American foolishness? America needs to monitor government activity now, more than ever. Both Hillary Clinton and John McCain have submitted no sensible recommendations or functional bills in congress to help the subprime market, in my opinion. Both have essentially told the American people to drop dead, while the New York Post has reported that more and more foreign investors are buying up New York's housing stock. While it was the Associated Press which revealed that John McCain's campaign finance manager is actually a lobbyist who successfully influenced the Air Force to give a sensitive military contract to France. As a veteran, I know that America's national security will be compromised by giving such a sensitive contract to France. Hillary has been quiet on the matter. Is she asleep? John McCain should remain a Senator and repair this foolish contract, and Hillary needs to come back to New York and fix New York's housing crisis which is running the middle class out of New York State. New York has the highest housing prices in the nation. America will not continue to exist if there is no change in how special interest groups and developers rule our country.


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