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09-25-2008, 01:42 AM
Why do the moonbats see it as a contradiction that McCain said that the fundamentals of the US economy are strong, then less than 24 hours later said the US economy if facing a crisis?
Seriously, where is the contradiction?
Both statements are true, and are not mutually exclusive.
I'd be interested in hearing something rational from someone that sees them as contradictory statements.
All I've seen online about it is barking moonbat noise.
09-25-2008, 12:57 PM
Will the real Moonbats stand up please!
By McCain's own confession he knows little about economics. So it begs the question why does he think his input is so important that he's going back to DC to resolve this mess.
How could he after borrowing a sound bite from Bush, have an opinion on our economic fundamentals.
One fundamental is money is the engine. An economy in debt with it's currency value falling is a major indicator of weakness. Huge debt is another. Inflation and lost jobs contribute.
And also saying on a spin that he was refering to the American Worker. If so he has little understanding of the distress many workers find themselves in after experiencing the new wave economics coming from Washington since Regan. Tinkle down voodoo economics.
And speaking of Moonbats. The Republicans have had control of Congress for 14 of the last 16 years. The economic policies from DC are what's put us in this mess and McCain historically has been part of the problem. Lets all just put our money in the market and forget social security.
You could ask, after McCain pushed for more deregulation why is he flipping.
BECAUSE... They call him Flipper..Flipper...Faster than lightning...
09-25-2008, 01:40 PM
Well lessee here:
The economy is fundamentally strong, and, the US economy is facing a crises.
How about lets look at this a simple way:
My marriage is healthy (we love each other, the relationship is solid), but, we are facing a crises (our teen daughter pulled a Bristol Palin).
Now in the marriage statement is there a contradiction? I do not see one.
Now lets apply this to the economy. Exports are growing, unemployment is low (low as compared to previous economic slow times), folks are not nearly as stretched (% wise) as in past soft economies. But there is this problem of bad mortgage loans (that should never have been made), which we need to get behind us. (Note that ALL economies go up and down; there is no such thing as a never softening economy--business cycles will happen regardless. And any politician that says it will always be good is lieing to you).
I do not see a contradiction there. Do you?
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