Economy Destroyer Hired By McCain to Fix Economy

See Foreclosure Phil in the current issue of Mother Jones for details on how Phil Gramm is largely responsible for our current economic problems and further how John McCain thinks this is the person who can fix our problems. From the article, ‘Media accounts have identified Gramm as a contender for the top slot at the Treasury Department if McCain reaches the White House.’

When you’re done being sickened by the above article, add this related article in the same issue regarding The GOP’s December Surprise that may be on its way. There appears to be a really good chance that the Repugnicans are propping up the economy to the best of their ability right now for the short term to make themselves look better until November. Come December …

If you still think McCain has the answers, take the Bush-McCain Challenge and learn why many of us are starting to call him McBush.

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2 Responses to Economy Destroyer Hired By McCain to Fix Economy

  1. Amy Jo says:

    Prayed for you today. 🙂

  2. Amy Jo,

    Thanks for the warning. I’ll be sure to watch out for your mean vindictive god.

    ‘No health benefit’ from prayer

    Study fails to show healing power of prayer

    In the future, when talking to your god, ask him to leave atheists alone. We have enough trouble without him attacking us every step of the way.

    For humor, check this great image: The bullets are real …

    And, please try to stay on topic. This was not a religious debate. If you have something to say in the future, please at least attempt to pick a relevant thread. Thanks.

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