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John McCain: Speech on Economy 10/27/08

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Uploaded on Oct 28, 2008

John McCain
Speech on Economy
Cleveland, OH 10/27/08
TOPIC: McCain's Economic Team

TRANSCRIPT:I would like to just mention i met with my team of economic business advisers, and I would like to mention that John Taylor, who is an economist at Stanford and very well respected and good friend. Next to him is a business person and creator of thousands of new jobs in America. Next to him is Michael Steele. he has worn many hats in his life, including being lieutenant governor of the state of Maryland. next to him is Massi Villa-Real, who is a buisinessperson well known to most Americans. Meg Whitman, the founder of E-bay. I often like to repeat 12 years ago there was 5 employees and now 1.3 million people around the globe making a living off of ebay. next to meg is mitt romney who has -- who has campaigned so hard on my behalf. One of the great pleasures Cindy and I have had is to get to know Mitt and Ann and the wonderful Romney family. We're very grateful for the hard work. He's an expectant grandfather here any moment. so congratulations. Louann Regar, who owns a steel company and is a small business employer and gives us the insight of the challenges that that part, the vital part of the economy America faces. and next to her is David Farr. one of the great business leaders in america. both here in America and worldwide. and, of course, a great comrade and friend of mine for many years, congressman, former cabinet secretary, great American Jack Kemp. next to him is the next generation of leadership in America, the great governor of the state of Minnesota, Tim Pawlenty.

CLIP LABEL: JM JM CNN 10-27-08 9.50 (LAD# 64)

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