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Monday, September 15, 2008

Welcome to Black Monday.

He Said:

No problem, everything's fine. Sure, people are losing their homes to foreclosure; sure, investors are being wiped out. But hey, aside from that, everything's peachy.

Maybe drilling will fix it?

Maybe more deregulation will allow the free market to something something something?

(Thanks to blogger Hunter!)

From Obama:

"Today of all days, John McCain's stubborn insistence that the 'fundamentals of the economy are strong' shows that he is disturbingly out of touch with what's going in the lives of ordinary Americans. Even as his own ads try to convince him that the economy is in crisis, apparently his 26 years in Washington have left him incapable of understanding that the policies he supports have created an historic economic crisis," said Obama campaign spokesman Bill Burton.

And She Said:



She actually sounds confident about what she says, although God knows how she expects to reform Wall Street. They can always get Phil Gramm to do it. This is a nice piece of video, however, because she really gets heated up when she segues into HOCKEY! COLORADO! ALASKA HOCKEY PLAYERS! and TODD!


Algernon said...

But Quid - John McCain is a POW!

Why do you hate freedom?

Donna said...

...And then we're going to give all the hard working mom and pops, gold ... and opportunity for more gold! We're going to dangle it from a stick and tell them to catch it ... I love that game ... and I put my jet on eBay, and I said, 'thanks but no thanks' to the bridge to nowhere ... and we'll have the Wall Street Fairy fix Wall Street with her magic wand ... GO HOCKEY AND AMERICA!

Bob said...

None of them really know what to do with this roller coaster economy. What a gift McCain handed Obama when he said the fundamentals of the economy are strong. No matter that he meant the foundation, which is the work ethic of the everyday American, which has repeatedly overcome down economic cycles such as this one. Obama was able to take it and run with it and oh my, what his speechwriter did for him. You could pretty much hear Battle Hymn of the Republic playing in the background. Talk to me after he's been in office a couple of years.

Right of Center said...

comments are useless...go ahaead and vote Obama.....

Too bad the press doesn't spend this much time on Joe B......then who would u vote for....