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Democrats Target 'McCain's Lobbyist Friends'

The Democratic National Committee has released a new Web-only video critical of the lobbying work of several of John McCain's campaign advisers. The video surfaces one day since the DNC revised its rules on campaign donations from lobbyists.

The video calls out McCain campaign adviser Charlie Black, campaign manager Rick Davis, GOP convention CEO Doug Goodyear, national co-chairman Tom Loeffler, and Randy Scheunemann, a McCain foreign policy adviser.

This video is similar to a MoveOn.org ad that demands McCain remove Black as an adviser, because of his past lobbying efforts for Angolan guerrillas, and Zaire's Mobutu Sese Seko, among others.

Obama's campaign prohibits paid staff members to be lobbyists, but it does allow volunteers to lobby the federal government. The volunteer policy created some headaches for Obama in Puerto Rico. The volunteer co-director of his campaign there is also a Washington-based federal lobbyist for the island's government.

-- Ed O'Keefe

By Ed O'Keefe |  June 6, 2008; 1:00 PM ET John McCain
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so Obama had trouble because someone one his volunteer staff once worked as a lobbyist

and charlie black works as a lobbyist from mcsame's campaign bus

mcsame is so compromised that he has campaign staffers calling his Senate staffers to lobby himself

and did you notice how mcsame's campaign logos and slogans are poor imitations of Barack Obama's campaign slogans and logos

ever begin to wonder if mcsame's staff spends too much time lobbying and not enough time on original thinking and design ???

and why doesn't ditzy post anymore ??? what happened to her ??? too stupid to work here ???

Posted by: freepatriot | June 8, 2008 2:23 PM

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