Jim Johnson Quits Obama's VP Search Team

Former Fannie Mae executive Jim Johnson, who was a leader of the vice presidential search committee for presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Sen. Barack Obama, resigned from that unpaid position today amid criticisms that Johnson represented a world of influence and special interests that stood in stark contrast with what Obama's campaign purports to stand for. "I would not dream of being a party to distracting attention from that historic effort," Johnson said in a statement this...Full Story
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