06-18-2008, 05:18 PM
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You gotta be kidding me...
06-18-2008, 05:26 PM
You gotta be kidding me...
LOL you got to vist some threads here about Oil ......... then come back and say ......Spider Iam sorry , I was talking out of my ass , I am a dip**** , didnt know any better .........
06-18-2008, 05:29 PM
06-18-2008, 05:31 PM
still cant admit you was talking out of our ass hey ,........ well let that be a lesson to you about ****ing with Spider son ....... dont do it , you will just loook stupid doing it fool ........BWAAAAAAAAAA ..
06-18-2008, 05:43 PM
still cant admit you was talking out of our ass hey ,........ well let that be a lesson to you about ing with Spider son ....... dont do it , you will just loook stupid doing it fool ........BWAAAAAAAAAA ..
Whatever floats your boat F***nut.
06-18-2008, 05:47 PM
Whatever floats your boat ****nut.
thats what I thought . try and save face , but everyone already knows ..... Lets just hope you learn your lesson .........
06-18-2008, 05:57 PM
From the Wall Street Journal to the Associated Press, the national media were reporting Friday that U.S. Senator Christopher Dodd received favorable mortgage rates from a highly controversial mortgage company.
Dodd received two 30-year loans from Countrywide Financial Corp., whose chairman and chief executive officer, Angelo Mozilo, has testified in front of Congress about problems in the subprime crisis.
Dodd, a Connecticut Democrat who is currently the chairman of the Senate banking committee, was designated as a "Friend of Angelo,'' along with former Cabinet member Donna Shalala and other high-profile Washington insiders.
Republicans immediately said the disclosure would end Dodd's chances of being a vice presidential candidate on the ticket with U.S. Sen. Barack Obama. Some had believed that Dodd had a good chance of being selected as a V.P. candidate because of his foreign-policy experience and his ties to Obama and to Caroline Kennedy, one of the key people who is screening the VP candidates for Obama.
According to Conde Nast Portfolio, which broke the story, Dodd refinanced his Washington townhouse with a loan of $506,000 and refinanced his East Haddam home for $275,042. Dodd's East Haddam home has a spectacular view of the Connecticut River, and he held a press conference overlooking the water there when he returned home from Iowa after his unsuccessful presidential bid. Some of the state's top Democratic politicians, including much of the Congressional delegation, gathered with Dodd in East Haddam to celebrate his homecoming.
The Conde Nast article stated that Dodd's 30-year loans were both designed to be at 4.875 percent, but the East Haddam loan was reduced to 4.5 percent and the Washington loan was dropped to 4.25 percent. Over the life of the loans, that saved the Dodds about $58,000 on their Washington home and $17,000 on the East Haddam home, according to the article. Countrywide also waived three-eighths of a point on one loan and one quarter of a point on the other.
Dodd released a statement Friday, saying, "As a United States Senator, I would never ask or expect to be treated differently than anyone else refinancing their home. This suggestion is outrageous and contrary to my entire career in public service. When my wife and I refinanced our loans in 2003, we did not seek or expect any favorable treatment. Just like millions of Americans, we shopped around and received competitive rates.''
But state Republican chairman Christopher Healy said that Dodd needs to hold a full-scale news conference in Connecticut to explain everything.
"This is a pretty serious thing,'' Healy said. "I know if a Republican did it, it would be tar-and-feather time. ... He's been very quick to criticize the Bush administration for its ethical lapses.''
Healy added, "Friends of Angelo fund. Can you believe it? What does being a Friend of Angelo mean? ... We're not talking about George Bailey, OK?''
Regarding Dodd's statement that he "did not seek or anticipate any special treatment,'' Healy said, "That is such parsing.''
Healy said he would be stunned if he got such preferential treatment on a loan.
"I would be saying a novena for the bank president every morning,'' Healy said. "A lot of people don't get those kinds of offers. Clearly, this was known as a VIP program.''
Dodd, who has endorsed Obama for president, is a national figure who has served in the U.S. Senate for decades and served as the general chairman of the Democratic National Committee under President Bill Clinton.
06-18-2008, 06:02 PM
yeah leave the oil alone .......