Thursday, July 10, 2008

Evening Wrap Up....McCain & Cronies, "All About the Whining Americans on the Economy"

obama in fairfax, virginia


McCain and Cronies, Inc. wants the American public to know and recognize that the recession is a "psychological" apparatus upon us and that we are just a bunch of "whiners".

Sad, but true.

I wrote a diary that is over at daily kos and here. This diary was about my experience this past 4th of July weekend in Northwest Indiana. This region has been hit hard by the recession. So, why on earth would the McCain Campaign believe that when anyone's pocket is light and tight, and we are not getting what we used to get on the dollar, that we should fall for the "talking point" of "it is psychological".

This is the most out of touch candidate, I have witnessed in quite a long time besides Bush.

America, wake up. You either want change, or will continued to be shoved the same.

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Working to Pay Off Clinton's Debt


Michelle Obama in Kansas City


Karl Rove a "No-Show"

Former presidential adviser Karl Rove declined to appear before a U.S. congressional subcommittee Thursday, citing executive privilege and ignoring a subpoena.

Rove was to testify before the U.S. House of Representatives Judiciary Committee's Subcommittee on Commercial and Administrative Law about allegations of politicization of the Justice Department as they related to the firings of U.S. attorneys and the prosecution of a former Alabama governor. Subcommittee Chairwoman Linda Sanchez, D-Calif., and Committee Chairman John Coyners, D-Mich., previously said Rove wasn't immune from testifying.

Sanchez Thursday argued Rove's claim of immunity was invalid, saying, "Mr. Rove is required pursuant to the subpoena to be present at this hearing and to answer questions or to assert privilege with respect to specific questions." continue

And is anyone surprised at this??


McCain dodges Viagra, contraceptives question
Republican John McCain prides himself on being a straight talker. But he resisted being dragged into a discussion Wednesday about insurance companies that cover Viagra but not birth control products.

"I certainly do not want to discuss that issue," the presidential candidate said when a reporter asked him about it on his campaign bus, the "Straight Talk Express." continue

So, how was your day?

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