Saturday, September 20, 2008

Ducks come home to roost

Obama nails McCain:

"If my opponent had his way, the millions of Floridians who rely on it would've had their Social Security tied up in the stock market this week. Millions would've watched as the market tumbled and their nest egg disappeared before their eyes," he said.

"I know Sen. McCain is talking about a 'casino culture' on Wall Street -- but the fact is, he's the one who wants to gamble with your life savings and that is not going to happen when I'm president. When I'm president, we're not going to gamble with Social Security."

Please, Barack, don't let him get up off the canvas.

2 comments:

Dan said...

OK - I had to surf through CNN to find this as the only open blog to post on. My grudge is this:
Biden has been out there stumping for Obama doing interviews, speeches, etc. Yes, he's gaffing here and there - but at least he's talking to the American people!!!
Palin is in hiding because Mccain knows she will gaffe. Also, she is not out there doing solitary speeches on behalf of Mccain like Biden is doing for Obama. She is scared because she will not have Mccain by her side. If Mccain would stop being sos damn sexist and treat Palin as an equal, and not so incompetent, then he should let her go out there and stump for him. He thinks the American people are not watching this fundamental issue, and it is rediculous that he is keeping hewr on a leash!
By the way, just because Palin is meeting with Karzai in NY will not make her a good foreign relations expert.

lovable liberal said...

Amen, Dan.

McCain is hiding Palin because he knows she's not ready for prime time. Her image has to be carefully protected from reality. It's the Republican way.

CNN closes comments. I never do, not so far anyway. I should have such problems!