That’s Right Nate

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John McCain Needs Our Help

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Running a Presidential campaign is expensive and on a senator’s salary sometimes you can find yourself in a difficult situation through no fault of your own. John McCain is a proud man who would never ask for our help and certainly not rely on his wife to bail him out, but the McCains are in danger of losing one of their homes.

Newsweek reports that John and Cindy McCain have failed to pay taxes on their beach-front home in La Jolla, California, for the last four years and are about to enter into default. The article reports that the McCains had been delinquent in paying taxes until Newsweek inquired about the matter. The McCains then paid off $6,744.42 in back taxes, but still owe more.

They are still behind by nearly $2,000 and their home was scheduled to go into default today. The mortgage crisis has hit a lot of us hard and it isn’t surprising that John McCain would feel the pinch too. I think in honor for his service to this country a great gesture that all Americans can get behind is to help pay off this home for John McCain. I’ve had over 40,000 hits on this site. You know if everybody would just kick in five cents for each time they visited we’d make the $2,000 for John and then some. Please donate to John and Cindy at .

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Written by thatsrightnate

July 1, 2008 at 6:34 pm

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  1. You can take my nickel out of the money you owe me. Isn’t that how your business runs?

    steve

    July 1, 2008 at 7:39 pm


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