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Old 07-19-2008, 01:34 PM
 
Location: Chicagoland
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Ben Smith's Blog: Obama disinvited 'lobbyist' Cleland - Politico.com

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Cleland is registered to lobby for a company whose products are aimed at helping soldiers recover more quickly from battlefield industries, Tissue Regeneration Technologies.

“Sen. Cleland is definitely not doing lobbying work. He gives speeches and campaigns for a few friends, but mostly he’s spending his time taking care of his father," said Cleland advisor John Marshall, who said that Tissue Regeneration Technologies was the only company on whose behalf he lobbies.
So this, coupled with Obama's unwillingness to attend a military town hall with McCain, should leave no doubt how this pacifist, weak liberal is so not qualifed to be CIC.
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