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McCain's Economic Woes

By Henry Schwaller
September 17, 2008

Via StarTribune.com

The economic crisis is not the fault of the American people. Our workers are the most innovative, the hardest working, the best skilled, the most productive, the most competitive in the world.... But they are being threatened today ... because of greed and corruption that some engaged in on Wall Street and we have got to fix it.
Here's some interesting information about one of his biggest supporters - and an economic adviser - Carli Fiorina:
...she was tops on Fortune magazine's list of most powerful women in business for seven years. But in the end, her leadership was deemed disastrous for Hewlett-Packard. The legendary computer company rebounded almost as soon as she left. Oh, and now that everybody -- McCain and Palin (included) -- is expressing outrage over greedy executives and their golden parachutes, we might mention that Fiorina walked away from H-P with $45 million, including a $21.4 million severance package.


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