Skip to comments.Another Obama fundraiser is investor in car company that won federal loan
Posted on 10/28/2011 10:37:53 AM PDT by Nachum
An investment firm whose vice chairman has been an adviser and fundraiser for President Obama saw one of its portfolio companies win approval this year for $50 million in loans from the administrations clean-energy loan program. Washington-based Perseus says its affiliation with James A. Johnson, a major fundraiser for Obamas campaign, played no role in persuading the Energy Department to award the loan to Vehicle Production Group, a Miami start-up that is manufacturing wheelchair-accessible cars and taxis. Johnson headed Obamas vice presidential selection committee in 2008 and is the former chairman of housing mortgage giant Fannie Mae.
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Pay to play: It’s the Chicago way.
Yeah, great guy.....
This James A. Johnson?
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Sounds like it. Same cast of characters and villains.
If there was a major prize for being a thief, James Johnson would be a finalist.
He stole Fannie Mae blind—& is up to his neck in dirty deals.
This is all worse than Insider trading, IMO.
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