NYC Bankers TAMPERING With The Election!!!

Submitted by SadInAmerica on Sat, 02/23/2008 - 1:42pm.

This article is a perfect example of how the bankers of NYC rig elections. All of America now knows Hillary Clinton is the NYC bankers' puppet of choice. Hillary was intentionally MOVED into NY just so she could be bought into the senate and eventually the white house exactly as we see playing out today. ~ Levin Sheridan


And now that the powerful bankers have the presidential election rigged the way they want it rigged, it is time for them to begin a smear campaign against the Republicans and for the bankers of NYC to capitalize on the hatred for Bush and all Republicans by now pulling the rug out from under the republican candidate as a method of aiding Hillary Clinton right on into the white house so she can serve her banker masters against all of America.

The bankers have used the republicans for all they can get for right now, and with the hatred Americans have for Bush, the bankers are banking on the democrats winning and they want their bought and paid for puppet Hillary to win the election and enter the white house as their servant who will more than likely go straight for international trade negotiations above representative government same as they did with Bill Clinton when President.

The bankers of NYC are not loyal to America. They have used America for profit and will dispose of us when they no longer need us leaving America broken and bankrupt and in chaos kicking and screaming into their new world order of economic tyranny. Hillary will continue the decline of America for her banker masters of NYC.

Keep an eye out for more of this... you will see more smear attacks like this one against McCain because he is not the favored son for the office of President. Hillary is the chosen puppet for this race. Everywhere in the media you will see how they lift Hillary up and promote her as the next president while they smear the republicans as we are now beginning to see now that the election is shaping up as expected.

The motivation of this NYT article is very clear:

Report on McCain's Relationship With Lobbyist Angers Campaign

By Dana Bash
CNN Political Correspondent
(CNN) -- Sen. John McCain's advisers are denying assertions The New York Times published that McCain once had a close relationship with a female lobbyist whose clients had business before his Senate committee.

The newspaper reported in its online edition Wednesday that aides to McCain's 2000 presidential campaign were so worried about the relationship that they confronted McCain and the lobbyist, Vicki Iseman.

"Our political messaging during that time period centered around taking on special interests and placing the national interests before either personal or special interests," the paper quoted McCain's former top political adviser, John Weaver, as saying. "Ms. Iseman's involvement in the campaign, it was felt by us, could undermine that effort."

Soon after the article appeared, McCain advisers challenged its accuracy and questioned the newspaper's motivation.

"He has never violated the public trust, never done favors for special interests or lobbyists, and he will not allow a smear campaign to distract from the issues at stake in this election," campaign spokeswoman Jill Hazelbaker said in a statement.

The campaign also said that "John McCain has a 24-year record of serving our country with honor and integrity" and that "there is nothing in [The New York Times] story to suggest that John McCain ever violated the principles that have guided his career."

Some McCain advisers were convinced in 2000 that his relationship with Iseman had become romantic, the New York Times reported. The newspaper also said that Weaver wanted the senator to stay away from the lobbyist, who represented telecommunications companies with business before the Senate Commerce Committee that McCain led.
Iseman acknowledged meeting Weaver but denied a romantic relationship -- as did McCain -- and insisted she did not receive any special treatment from the senator's office, the New York Times reported.

One of McCain's senior advisers, Charlie Black, told CNN that the campaign first learned in October the paper was working on a story about McCain's relationship with Iseman. By Thanksgiving, he said, there were "rumors all over town" that the Times was interviewing people.

Black said McCain's campaign and Senate staff spent "countless hours" providing information and documentation to the paper. He said that the information provided to the paper disputes suggestions McCain tried to use his influence to help Iseman's clients.

The fact that Times reporters were working on the story became an open secret among some circles in recent months. In fact, The New Republic magazine started working on its own story on whether the newspaper would publish its findings, Frank Foer, an editor with the magazine, told CNN.

McCain was asked about the New York Times report at a campaign event Wednesday night in Ohio.

"I haven't seen it yet, so I can't comment," he said.

The Arizona senator, who has pulled away from former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee in the race for the GOP presidential nomination, is scheduled to meet with reporters in Ohio on Thursday.


Levin Sheridan - February 21, 2008 - posted at

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Submitted by SadInAmerica on Sat, 02/23/2008 - 1:42pm.