McCain revives old GOP trick: fake letters to the Editor

Liar, liar, pants on fire. Apparently no one taught JOhn McCain that when you lie, it will eventually catch up to you and the truth always comes out sooner or later.

I ghost-wrote letters to the editor for the McCain campaign

I spent a morning in John McCain’s Virginia campaign headquarters ghost-writing letters to the editor for McCain supporters to sign. I even pretended to have a son in Iraq.

This is disgracefull!

We cannot, should not have a man like this in control of our gov’t. He cannot be trusted to tell the truth.

I didn’t think it could happen but he is actually worse than Bush! With the world in the condition it is in, McCain is a Clear and Present Danger to our freedom, to world peace, to the American people.

By the way, if you live in Michigan or Ohio, any place in America that has to do with the auto industry, you might want to read this:

McCain Aides Earned Nearly $2.4 Million From Foreign Car Manufacturers

Not only does McCain buy foreign. Several high-ranking members of his campaign and fundraising team have earned nearly $2.4 million lobbying on behalf of foreign auto manufacturers.

According to the non-partisan Campaign Money Watch, John Green, McCain’s congressional liaison, earned $130,000 to lobby on behalf of the Association of International Car Manufacturers in 2007 and 2008. Susan Nelson, the Senator’s finance director, made $460,000 lobbying for Toyota from 2005 to 2007. Tom Loeffler, the campaign’s former finance chair (and McCain bundler) made $660,000 lobbying for Toyota during that same time period. While Josephine Cooper and David Vennett — each fundraisers for the campaign — have both worked as Toyota’s in-house lobbyists since 2004.

So when he lied to the citizens of Michigan when he said he only bought American cars (he has 2 foreign cars in his 13 car fleet), he also didn’t bother to mention to these good people that his campaign is full of lobbyists who were working for foreign car manufacturers.

We should start a count on all these lies. I’ve lost track. Perhaps that’s his problem. He has told so many lies, he has lost track.