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It's too early to tell where this story goes, or whether it goes anywhere. But it seems pretty dirty to me. John McCain's advisor, Rick Davis, had a consulting company that has been receiving monthly payments from Freddie Mac--up to and including last month.
Now, Davis supposedly left the consulting firm (which bears his name) to join the McCain campaign. But it sounds a lot like Dick Cheney "leaving" Halliburton to me. And if Davis wasn't working for his firm anymore, why was Freddie Mac paying them money for a job Davis was doing? It's all confusing, but expect it to get a lot more attention over the rest of the week.
[Freddie Mac] paid $15,000 a month from the end of 2005 through last month to a firm owned by Senator John McCain’s campaign manager , according to two people with direct knowledge of the arrangement. […]
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