Thursday, July 10, 2008

Mccain rejects and denounces chief economic advisor's description of economy



Mccain, who for weeks has been describing the psychological advantages of all his goofy economic proposals, has to distance himself today from his chief economic advisor and UBS executive Phil Gramm for saying the same thing less eloquently. As Kos says, "When you use that word this much, it's not a gaffe. It's a talking point." Of course, when you start speaking less eloquently than John Mccain, it may be a clue to call it a day.

1 comment:

afree87 said...

Hey, where'd you go? You didn't post a lot of gaffes, like McCain thinking Czechoslovakia still exists, or confusing Iraq with Afghanistan...