Here are the web sites, articles and videos referenced by Rush Limbaugh on his October 3, 2008 Show.
[ARTICLE] Barack Obama calls Elijah Cummings promising to adjust bankruptcy laws to give judges right to adjust mortgage principal.
In a call to Maryland Rep. Elijah Cummings on Tuesday, for example. Obama spoke of how President Obama could revisit bankruptcy laws to give judges more leeway to restructure residential mortgage payments when threatened with foreclosure.
Obama didn’t need to lay out a quid pro quo because the message was clear. And Cummings, a no vote Monday, told Obama he was “open” to changing his vote but wasn’t there yet.
“I have to look beyond [the bailout] to a rainbow called Obama,” he said. “When you bring in the Obama factor, that’s very very important.”
[ARTICLE] McCain would tap Al Gore for Global Warming help.
[VIDEO] (1:40) Barack Obama would meet with dangerous dictators without preconditions.
[ARTICLE] Huge Ratings for Palin / Biden Debate
[ARTICLE] Washington Post: Lobbyist Hired by Freddie Mac to Work on McCain Is Now Senator’s Aide
[ARTICLE] Financial Times: Conservative radio hosts vent against bill
[ARTICLE] Obama’s Chicago Crony Larry Walsh Has Activities Questioned by FBI
[ARTICLE] AP: As Economy Sags So Do Faces…And Breasts
[ARTICLE] Investor’s Business Daily: Forgotten Foot Soldiers In War On Success
[WEB] Mel Watt and other Democrats Roadblocked Republican Efforts to Increase Freddie Mac / Fannie Mae Regulation
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