5 thoughts on “Despite Wall Street Debacle, McCain Says Economic Fundamentals Are Sound – Tikun Olam תיקון עולם إصلاح العالم
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  1. Can the leopard change his spots? Wasn’t McCain deeply involved in the Savings & Loan scandal, back in the ’80s?

    Zhu Bajie

  2. Obama has big issues in this economic debacle. Obama is neck deep in this, being number two overall in Fannie/Freddie big buck political contributions (behind C. Dodd). His economic advisors include Franklin Raines (a Clinton appointee at the head of Fannie May). Think of Enron, but this time Obama has his hands all in it.

    The Republicans are going to crucify him on this in the coming days/weeks. I don’t see how this is in any way a positive development in Obama’s campaign agaist Bush/McCain.

  3. @rundmc:

    His economic advisors include Franklin Raines

    More anti-Obama spew. Give me a single credible source that names Raines as an “economic advisor.” Raines is about as much an Obama economic advisor as Brzezinski is a foreign policy advisor. They’re both convenient whipping boys for the Republican right.

    The economy has melted down on the Bush watch. People blame the Repubs for this. That’s why the polls have returned Obama to the lead since the Repub convention.

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