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Dirty Fannie Mae Man Tied To Countrywide Quits Obama's Campaign

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Jim Johnson is out of there. The former chairman of Fannie Mae who received several preferential loans from Countrywide, has announced he's leaving Barack Obama's vice presidential search committee.
This is in keeping with the Obama campaigns new tactic of knee-capping supporters whose scandals distract from the campaign's messages of hope and change. The operating principle (if not an actual campaign slogan) seems to be: No more Reverend Wrights!

Johnson Quits Obama's Vice Presidential Search Team