"The fundamentals of our economy are strong," John McCain said as Wall Street went into white-knuckle panic over diving investor confidence. Does he believe that? It doesn't really matter, because the Republican has outsourced his economic policy to the ideologues whose opposition to regulations brought the financial markets to their knees.”
The above is a quote from a Rasmussen Reports article by the infamous Froma Harrop, who obviously is no fan of either McCain or Palin.
She is pulling the same kind of crap that Obama/Biden and the entireDemocratic party is trying to do.
They try to play up the statement that Senator McCain made
at the beginning of the primary season, that he is not an
expert on the economy. Well guess what Froma, neither are
All of them fail to mention that in spite of “being no expert”, it was McCain, who two years ago, warned of the immanent collapse of both Fanny Mae and Freddie Mack, and urged that some legislation be passed to prevent it. It wasn’t Obama, and it wasn’t Biden.........but McCain!!!!
Now, Harrop and the Democrats in general, are trying to paint the same picture that Obama has unsuccessfully tried to do..... that McCain doesn’t know how to handle the economy. By the deafening
silence, you would never know that Obama has all the solutions.
Senator John McCain is more qualified on the economy than Obama, Biden, and the entire do-nothing Democratic Congress is. Senator Biden made an absolutely “brilliant” remark today.......... straight from the
liberal Democratic playbook........that “paying more taxes is the patriotic thing to do”. I agree with John McCain............. in this economy, raising taxes is not patriotic,..........it’s just plain dumb!
Add to McCain’s ticket, the experienced, savy and utterly determined Sarah Palin, and you have the only qualified team to fix this country’s economic problems. Of course, in order to do that, they will need the total cooperation of a bitter, divisive, arrogant and utterly partisan Democratic controlled congress, who still didn’t get over 2000.
I think the solution is to vote out half of the Democrats and to give the McCain/Palin ticket a chance to do it’s job, with an evenly balanced, House and Senate.