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From: Alan Ferris <hairy.fer...@yahoo.co.uk>
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On Sat, 14 Apr 2012 09:19:15 -0700, Colonial lsrlts
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December 2011: Pete Sessions
The New Year is usually a time when Americans make commitments to
reform their bad habits. Letís hope National Republican Congressional
Committee Chairman Congressman Pete Sessions does the same
Sessions has come under scrutiny for receiving a preferential loan not
available to ordinary borrowers from Countrywide Financial.
These types of VIP loans had previously come under scrutiny after the
nationís largest mortgage lender was rescued during the subprime
mortgage crisis and as the public realized that the discounted loans
were extended to curry favor with members of Congress and other
influential people who could help the company.
Previously, Sessions came under fire for securing a $1.6 million
earmark for an out-of-state company to develop high-tech blimps.
Sessions secured the earmark for one of his former aides, a registered
lobbyist with a criminal record who has made more than $446,000
lobbying on the company's behalf and has who had contributed thousands
of dollars to Sessions.
In December 2011, the mortgage matter was referred to the House Ethics
( (T) )
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